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Custom Sunburst Martin D-45 ss Dreadnought Guitar All Solid Wood
Top:Solid AAA+ sitka spruce top
Sides and back: Solid AAA+Indian rosewood
Fretboard and bridge: Ebony
Neck:selected hardwood,one piece of mahogany
Inlays: Selected Abalone pearl inlays
Quality:High quality guaranteed, nice workmanship,best acoustic guitar
We can build your guitar according to your specific requirements.
Martin dreadnoughts, the flagship D-45, looks, sounds, and plays better than ever for 2018. Martin's choice of antique appointments — butterbean gold tuning knobs, hand-set abalone inlays, and an aged toner finish — give this guitar lustworthy prewar visuals. But modern advancements, including a slimmer-taper neck and bass-enhancing forward-shifted scalloped X-bracing, make the latest D-45 a top performer in any hands.
The top-grade solid Sitka spruce soundboard and Solid Indian rosewood body, mated by Martin's coveted dovetail neck joint, sound as rich and full as ever. And like any high-end Martin, your D-45 is sure to appreciate in tonal value with every successive strum.
The D-45 represents the most elegantly appointed dreadnought in Martin's standard collection. You get it all with this guitar: a luxurious sound, gorgeous appointments, and the kind of playability that makes you want to pick it up again and again. It's no coincidence that prewar D-45s are some of the most sought-after guitars in the world — and not just because they're so rare; the D-45 model is simply the pinnacle of Martin's premium brand.
''I own a 1962 Martin D-45, yes it's 48 years old...and sounds much better today than it did when I first purchased in in 1975. With over 4 decades of playing many, many acoustics, my experience has taught me that hand-built acoustics by master luthiers is the way to go. But even though Martin is a production-line guitar, the D-45 is the standard by which all other acoustic guitars are measured. Some have said the D-45 sounds the same as a D-41 or D-42, just with more abalone. That is simply not true. One has to have an experienced, practiced ear, but the D-45 is different from the D-41 or D-42.
Especially with vintage age, the sound is huge, the projection is unmatched and the sweet, sweet tone cannot be touched even by most hand-built guitars. I've played a few hand builds that sound better, but they cost over $20,000.00. So the Martin D-45 is quite a steal at this price. Don't bother with D-45V vintage re-make. The plain D-45 is the same guitar without the vintage finish, and besides your new D-45 will develop that same vintage finish over time anyway, just be patient. If you buy this guitar, plan on owning it the rest of your life and passing it on to your children as an heirloom.''
String Type: Steel
Number of Strings: 6
Body Shape: Dreadnought
Color: Natural, Aging Toner
Top Wood: Solid Sitka Spruce
Back & Sides Wood: Solid Indian Rosewood
Body Bracing: Scalloped Forward Shifted X-bracing
Binding: Antique White
Neck Wood: Mahogany
Neck Shape: Modified Low Oval, High Performance Taper
Fingerboard Material: Ebony
Fingerboard Inlay: Abalone Style 45 Hexagon
Number of Frets: 20
Scale Length: 25.4"
Tuning Machines: Gold Open Gear
Bridge Material: Ebony
Nut/Saddle Material: Bone/Bone
Nut Width: 1.75"
Case Included: Need extra cost
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