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This Martin 0-18T is a very nice example of one of the finest and certainly the most popular tenor guitars ever made. It's a lovely and well-balanced design. Made in 1963, it features a spruce top, mahogany back. Brazilian Rosewood fingerboard and bridge. Tortoise-shell pickguard and body binding. Brazilian Rosewood headstock overlay. This lovely 1960's Martin tenor guitar remains all original, with no alterations or repairs. The finish shows surface scratches, scuffs, and dings and some light checking that are consistent with its age. The original frets have a bit of wear but have plenty of life left in them. Overall this is a cleaner-than-average, very easy playing and good sounding example of Martin's (and the world's) most perennially popular tenor guitar. It includes a still-solid example of the original hardshell case that is the correct size for this guitar.
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