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1937 Martin 00-18H

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Chesterton, IN, United States
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1937 Martin 00-18H conversion.
Re-fretted with T frets and a 16” radius to the fretboard. New belly bridge, slightly oversized. Newer bridge pins. Missing end pin. Original tuners. Original finish, no overspray. Multiple repaired cracks. The end block looks good and wasn’t damaged or split in half. Repair is ugly but it is solid and no finish work was done over the repair. Small patch of replaced top under the fingerboard extension. The original bridge plate has a small maple cap. There are what look like multiple cracks on top and back but the majority of those appear not go through and are not visible inside the guitar. Three are glued. The heel has what looks like a crack or scratch but only on one side. It is not in two pieces or pose a problem. The work was done long ago and is solid. The inside of the guitar for the most part is in great shape. No lose or cracked braces. Re-freted with Evo .090” frets. Action is 3/32” bass and 2/32” treble. TKL hard case. It’s a great players grade '37 Martin with all the tone one would expect.

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Listed2 months ago
ConditionGood (Used)
Good condition items function properly but may exhibit some wear and tear.learn more
Made In
  • United States
Right / Left Handed
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