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D-41 Dreadnought Acoustic Natural 2020 Item Description
This is a very lightly used Martin Standard Series D-41 with a natural finish over the Sitka spruce top. The D-41 is a workhorse of an acoustic, built with beautiful pieces of East Indian rosewood for the back and sides, forward-shifted Sitka spruce scalloped bracing, Style 45 appointments, and classy abalone reduced hexagon fretboard inlays. The D-41 is a dreadnought designed to turn heads just as much as it will grab ears. The guitar remains in excellent condition with only very feint pick marks around the top. The original case is included.
Includes: Hardshell Case
Product Specs and Features
- Acoustic Guitar
- Natural Gloss Lacquer Finish
- 14th Fret Neck/Body Joint
- Sitka Spruce Top
- East Indian Rosewood Back and Sides
- Sitka Spruce Scalloped 5/16" Top X-Bracing
- Abalone with Multi-Stripe Rosette
- Style 45 Purfling
- Genuine Mahogany Neck
- Modified Low Oval Neck Shape with High Performance Taper
- Black Ebony Fretboard
- Abalone Reduced Hexagon Fingerboard Inlays
- 25.4" Scale Length
- 1-3/4" Nut Width
- Solid Headstock
- East Indian Rosewood Headplate
- Bone Nut and Saddle
- White Bridge Pins with Abalone Dots
- Gold Open Gear Machines
- 4 lbs 8 oz.
- .840" Neck Profile at 1st Fret
- .910” Neck Profile at 9th Fret
Additional Item Information
- Manufactured by Martin
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