This gorgeous Dreadnought boasts a solid spruce top that is hand-joined to lustrous rosewood back and sides. Abalone inlays in the rosette and ebony fretboard, combined with full binding and gold hardware, make the D-41 as sumptuous to gaze upon as it is to play.
Body: Spruce top with rosewood back and sides. The serial number dates to 1976.
Neck: Mahogany neck with a “C” profile, 1 11/16” wide nut, rosewood fretboard, 16” radius, and hexagonal inlays
Pickups/Hardware: Grover tuners, no electronics
Cosmetic Condition: This Martin looks incredible, with a top that is covered in well defined finish checking and a few small dings. The sides are relatively clean, while the back shows plenty of light buckle rash. The neck has a bit of light checking and finish wear, while the headstock is looking good with just general aging. This Martin is the man!
Playability: The strings are nice and low, play great, and ring out clearly across the board. There are a few small divots in the first three frets.
Modifications/Repairs: The neck has had a reset. The saddles have been replaced, and the bridge reglued.
Case: Non-original hardshell
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