1941 Martin 000-45
1941 Martin 000-45 in good condition with moderate signs of wear throughout the guitar. Eugene Clark initially attempted a restoration, and the guitar was completed in house by Tom. Tom replaced the ebony fingerboard, inlayed the fingerboard, and replaced the binding on fingerboard and finished the French polish job. The guitar also features a new ebony bridge, new pickguard, non-original binding around sound hole and replacement Waverly tuners. There is also a patch on right lower bout and a repaired top crack near the bridge. 1.75" Nut width, .86" thickness at first fret, 1.06" thickness at twelfth fret and weighs 3.94 lbs and comes with the original hard shell case. This guitar has been set up in house and plays as it should.