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[NAMM] Martin & Co LE-Cowboy 2015

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Martin & Co is in Nashville to introduce 6 new acoustic and acoustic-electric guitars at Summer NAMM 2015, including the LE-Cowboy 2015.

The Martin LE-Cowboy 2015 is a limited edition that will only be available until the end of the year. The non-cutaway folk guitar features a classical headstock but uses steel strings and Martin asked graphic artist William Matthews to design a cowboy portrait on the top.

The LE-Cowboy 2015, just like all the new Martin & Co guitars, benefits from the new VST Vintage Tone System that is based on classic torrefaction/aging system, which allows for recreating both visual aspect and tone of period-correct guitars.

Specifications:

  • 000 12-Fret style body
  • Solid Sitka spruce top with VST finish, single rosette and Cowboy portrait by William Matthews
  • Goncalo Alves (also known as tigerwood) back and sides
  • Solid Sitka Spruce A-style bracing
  • Style 30 multicolor purfling
  • Grained ivoroid binding
  • Back black/maple fiber inlay
  • Solid mahogany neck with modified Low Oval shape, Dovetail joint
  • Solid ebony fingerboard with 20 frets and Diamonds and Squares inlays
  • Nut width: 1.75”
  • Scale length: 25.4”
  • Goncalo Alves headstock
  • Engraved Golden Age Relic tuners with ivoroid buttons
  • Solid ebony bridge
  • Optional electronics
  • Available for right-handed only

The LE-Cowboy 2015 MSRP is $3,999. More info at www.martinguitar.com.

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