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Martin 00-17 Authentic 1931

by Martin
$4,799.00

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Meticulously reproduced with hide glue construction, dovetail neck joint, a genuine mahogany VTS (Vintage Tone System) top and genuine mahogany back and sides. Featuring a Brazilian rosewood fingerboard and bridge with an Authentic 1931 neck shape and heel, this 00 12 fret classic will appeal to players of all musical styles who love the vintage look and sound of mahogany. Remaining true to its origins as a Depression Era instrument, the 00-17 Authentic 1931 features authentic scalloped X-bracing, a Vintage Gloss finish, and historically accurate appointments, such as Golden Age Relic Nickel Side Mount tuners.


Specs:

Make: Martin

Model: 00-17 Authentic 1931

Body Size: 00-12 Fret 

Construction: Dovetail Neck Joint, Hide Glue

Bracing: Scalloped Authentic 1931 X Bracing, Adirondack Spruce

Top Wood: Mahogany with VTS

Back and Side Wood: Mahogany

Finish: Vintage Gloss

Scale Length: 24.9”

Nut Width: 1 ⅞”

Neck Shape: Authentic 1931

Neck Taper: Standard Taper

Binding: None

Top Inlay: None

Pickguard: Faux Tortoise

Rosette: Multi Stripe

Bridge: Authentic Straight Line, Brazilian Rosewood

Saddle: Glue In Long Saddle, Bone

Bridge Pins: Black Plastic

Back Strip: Brazilian Rosewood

Neck Wood: Mahogany

Neck Finish: Vintage Gloss

Fingerboard: Brazilian Rosewood

Frets: 20

Fingerboard Inlay: Old Style 1y, Grained Ivoroid

Fingerboard Binding: None

Tuning Machines: Golden Age Relic Nickel Side Mount

Nut Material: Ebony

Case: Martin Ply Hardshell

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