Martin 1970 0-18

$ 4068.59

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Product Details

Vintage Martin is available! Martin made in 1970 0-18 !!

0-18 was announced in 1854 and is the oldest model of the current Martin representative models.
Although it has been completely established as a small guitar, it was announced as the largest size at the time. From there, the size of 00 and 000 is getting bigger, and the history is that the volume was louder.

This 0-18, made in 1970, may have been overall overall, such as a little bit of painting. In addition, pickguards, frets, nuts, saddles, and bridge pins have been replaced, but the neck condition is good. At present, the string height is about 2.2 mm on the 12th side of the 12th fret, about 2.0 mm on one side, and the performance condition is good.

TOP is spruce, side & back is a mahogany specification (14 fret joint). It is a smaller body size than the 00,000 model, but it features a clear sound with a thick torso and a sense of volume. The scales are slightly shorter and suitable for finger style. It is fully powerful with solo guitars such as ragtime and blue glass. ‘I want to play nails a little’ The finest vintage product that fulfills your wishes.

Back/sides: Mahogany
Neck: Mahogany
Fingerboard: Jacaranda
Bridge: Jacaranda
Scale: 632mm
Nut-Width: 42.8mm
Weight: 1.55
Case: Non Original Hardcase

In charge: Inoue

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