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Martin & Co OM-30DB Pat Donohue Custom Edition

Jumbo Steel String Guitar from Martin & Co .

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Martin & Co OM-30DB Pat Donohue Custom EditionPublished on 05/25/08 at 01:46
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Could not find this guitar, even on the Martin website.
Impossible to know the price and / or its distributor in France or Paris.

USE

I need regular.

SOUNDS

I need regular.

NOTICE GLOBAL

I need regular.
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  • Manufacturer: Martin & Co
  • Model: OM-30DB Pat Donohue Custom Edition
  • Category: Jumbo Steel String Guitars
  • Added in our database on: 05/24/2008

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