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Dreadnought guitar with a solid Spruce top & 3-piece Rosewood veneer back and sides all finished in gloss Natural laquer finish. These earlier Shenandoahs had components produced in Japan then shipped to the Martin USA factory in Nazareth, PA for assembly, finishing, and electronics. The features include Schaller Martin logo tuners, ebony stained Rosewood fingerboard and bridge, Dovetail neck joint, tortoise-style pickguard, tortoise-style binding, and an under the saddle Martin 332 Thinline pickup with endpin jack. This 30 year old instrument is in exceptionally fine condition with new hardshell case.
An excerpt from Vintage Guitar Magazine in 1997, when this no-longer-available model was still new: "Martin also stresses that 'the X brace has been modified to a full square overlap, and a unique, angled maple bridge plate minimizes failure of this high-stress component.' Thus, the different construction techniques are designed to improve an already excellent design... Martin says the D-1 uses 'a special cross link finish…extremely thin, to optimize tone.' ...but how does the D-1 sound? To my ears, fantastic... I think of the D-1 as almost two separate guitars – a great fingerstyle instrument and a very good bluegrass 'battleship.' ...the D-1 responds to every little nuance, whether played with fingers or fingerpicks... probably my favorite fingerpicking dreadnought. If you need more guts, grab a flatpick and it’s all there... Maybe the top bracing, thinner finish or combination of woods is responsible; whatever does it, the D-1 works." Rosewood fretboard & bridge, solid mahogany neck, solid mahogany back, 3-ply mahogany sides, tortoiseshell pickguard. Very good condition with Martin #640 hardshell case
Cutaway Rosewood Acoustic-Electric Dreadnought guitar with Guilds 18V D-TAR Pickup system
Gloss Natural, This was a discontinued model (which had replaced the 710 model), but these were a Guitar Center custom run a few years ago. Features: Solid Engelmann Spruce top, solid East Indian Rosewood back & sides, forward shifted bracing, Tropical Mahogany neck, bound headstock w/ Indian Rosewood overlay & truss rod cover, bound Ebony fretboard, Ebony bridge & Ebony pins w/ abalone dots, tortoise style pickguard, chrome Taylor logo tuners. Original Tusq nut & saddle replaced with bone to enhance volume & articulation(original saddle & nut included). Came from Taylor without electronics but has professionally installed L.R. Baggs Element preamp/pickup system w/ mini volume control inside the soundhole.Near mint condition with original deluxe brown hardshell case & paperwork, truss rod tool, original end pin, nut, & saddle.