1969 Martin Guitar D12-35 Brazilian Rosewood 12-string Acoustic

Very Good
$7,195
+$150Shipping
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Arlington, VA, United States
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Martin D12-35 12-string acoustic guitar. The back and sides are Brazilian rosewood, the top is spruce and the neck is mahogany with an ebony fingerboard. The guitar plays well with comfortable low action. This vintage collectible is crack free, with a pickguard replacement, bridge pins and partial refret (1-12). All work completed in 2019. The guitar shows minimal signs of use with only a small, light indentation below the bridge and slight belt buckle scratches on the back. Overall, an above average example of one of the last production Brazilian Rosewood Martins. Includes hard shell case. Serial #248970.

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Listeda year ago
ConditionVery Good (Used)
Very Good items may show a few slight marks or scratches but are fully functional and in overall great shape.learn more
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  • United States
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