Martin took the DCX1RAE and reimagined it. The result is the DC-X2E. This Dreadnought sized model features a cutaway body with a Sitka spruce top and figured Macassar pattern high-pressure laminate (HPL) back and sides. New mother-of-pearl pattern inlay on the rosette and fingerboard lend a richness to the DC-X2E Rosewood making it as impressive to look at as it is to play. With a Performing Artist neck, fingerboard, and bridge of select hardwood, the sound transfer of this model has been greatly improved. It is equipped with Fishman® MX electronics and strung with Martin’s Authentic Acoustic Lifespan® 2.0 strings. With a new, soft gig bag featuring headstock, bridge, and endpin protectors, a durable water-repellent exterior, and foam padding, this model is ready to go anywhere.
BODY SIZE: D-14 Fret Cutaway
FINISH TOP: Hand-Rubbed
CONSTRUCTION: Mortise & Tenon Neck Joint
BRACING PATTERN: X-Brace
SCALE LENGTH: 25.4"
BRACE SHAPE: Scalloped
FINGERBOARD WIDTH AT NUT: 1 3/4''
TOP MATERIAL: Macassar
NECK SHAPE: Performing Artist
BACK MATERIAL: HPL
NECK TAPER: High-Performance Taper
SIDE MATERIAL: HPL
ELECTRONICS: Fishman® MX
TOP COLOR: Clear
BRIDGE STYLE: Modern Belly - Drop in Saddle
BRIDGE STRING SPACING: 2 5/32"
BRIDGE MATERIAL: Select Hardwood
BRIDGE PIN MATERIAL: White Plastic
PICKGUARD: Brown Tortoise Pattern
BRIDGE PIN DOTS: Black Plastic
SADDLE: Compensated White Tusq
ROSETTE: Mother-of-Pearl Pattern with Multi-Stripe
SADDLE RADIUS: 16"
BRACE MATERIAL: Sitka Spruce
BRACE SIZE: 5/16" with 1/4" Tone Bars
BACK DETAIL: Macassar
SIDE DETAIL: Macassar
NECK MATERIAL: Select Hardwood
FINGERBOARD MATERIAL: Select Hardwood
FINISH NECK: Hand-Rubbed
FINGERBOARD WIDTH AT 12TH FRET: 2 1/8''
FINGERBOARD INLAY STYLE: Style 28
NUMBER OF FRETS TOTAL: 20
FINGERBOARD INLAY MATERIAL: Mother-of-Pearl Pattern
NECK JOINS BODY AT: 14th Fret
SIDE DOTS: White
HEADSTOCK SHAPE: Solid with Standard Taper
TUNING MACHINES: Chrome Enclosed Gear
HEADPLATE MATERIAL: HPL
HEADPLATE LOGO STYLE: Script Ink
NUT MATERIAL: White Corian
CASE: Soft Gig Bag