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1993 Martin D-41

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Serial #: 529023 Nut Width: 1 11/16" Scale length: 25.4"

Materials: Solid bookmatched figured Indian rosewood back and sides; solid bookmatched quartersawn Sitka spruce top; solid one-piece Honduras mahogany neck; solid ebony fingerboard with abalone hex inlays; abalone soundboard and soundhole purfling; rosewood peghead veneer with abalone logo; solid bone nut; solid ebony bridge; gold Martin Schaller 16X1 tuners; variegated tortoise pickguard, inlaid ivoroid bridgepins.

Notes: Martin's best-selling pearl-bordered dreadnought, the D-41 was introduced in 1969, and has remained a favorite model to this day. With its soundboard, peghead and soundhole trimmed with spectacular paua abalone, the Style 41 traces its roots to Martin's top-line Style 42, which made its debut back in 1870. The signature hexagon fingerboard inlays first appeared on the F-9 archtop of 1935, and were soon adopted by the legendary prewar D-45. The hex inlays, pearl trim, and vertical Martin peghead logo have been hallmarks of the D-41 since its inception as well.

This handsome instrument is built with prewar style appointments including scalloped bracing and the swirl tortoiseshell pickguard. In 100% original condition, the guitar has been lovingly maintained without pick, buckle, thumb or fingerboard wear, and has smooth low action with a solid ebony fingerboard over the comfy Martin low-profile neck. Enhancing its versatility, the guitar is equipped with an active under-saddle pickup system with endpin jack as well. With deeply resonant sustain and bell-like reverb, this exceptional guitar has the classic voice for which the rosewood dreadnought is so justly renowned. One only: call now.

Setup: This instrument is strung with medium gauge bronze strings (.013-.056). The guitar will accommodate lighter or heavier gauge strings, according to preference.

Case: Original deluxe Martin black fitted hardshell case.





































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