Martin / 1953 0-18 / 1953 / Guitar
Hakaranda fingerboard & amp; bridge, outstanding vintage sounds even though it is a small size !! MARTIN 1953 0-18 is available !!
0 (Single -O) was announced in 1854, and it is the oldest model of the current Martin representative model.
Although it has been completely established as a small guitar, it was announced as the largest size at the time. From there, the size of 00 and 000 is getting bigger, and the history is that the volume was louder.
This time, 0-18 made in 1953. The number of units of the year is 650! The number of productions is smaller than the D-18 (1002), and you can see that it is very valuable.
As far as the exterior looks, it's a beautiful condition that you don't think it's been almost 70 years.
Strap pin mounting, end pin mounting, and pickguard wounds on the neckhe heel have not penetrated the inside and staying on the surface.
The nut/saddle/fret seems to have been replaced before arrival.
The neck is maintained straight, and the string height has been adjusted in our shop at 2.2mm on the 6th string side and 2.0 mm on the first string side, and the performance condition is perfect.
Although it is a small size now, it is a characteristic of this individual that the sound is surprisingly open, depending on the picking, and the picking that can be surprisingly gained depending on the picking.
Of course, even if you play your nails quietly, you can taste the warm sound of high -quality mahogany.
If you notice it is easy to hold, you will play it at hand, and it will be a guitar that you have to do.
* With 5 years adjustment guarantee
TOP: Solid SPRUCE
Back/Sides: Solid Mahogany
Neck: Solid Mahogany
Nut Width: 43.5mm
Case: Original Hardcase
In charge: Inoue
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Since 1989 TCGAKKI has been proudly serving one of the largest and finest selections of used and vintage musical instruments in the Tokyo area.