1941 Martin D-18
1945 Martin D-18 in excellent condition with a healthy amount of love marks, and a very clean bill of health. This guitar is in all original condition with the only major repair being a professional neck reset and a reproduction ebony bridge. This an absolutely phenomenal example of why pre war Martins are so sought after. Huge sound, exceptionally balanced throughout. This guitar was constructed with an Adirondack spruce top, tortoise bound mahogany body, mahogany neck, ebony fingerboard and bridge, and scalloped bracing. This guitar has a scale length of 25 1/2", fingerboard width at the nut of 1 11/16", string spacing at the bridge of 2 5/16", thickness at the first fret of .83", thickness at the tenth fret of 1.02", and weighs 3.94 lbs exactly. This guitar comes with a 1930's Martin hardshell case.