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2000 Martin D18 Dreadnought Acoustic Guitar - $1600 (Cookson)

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condition: excellent
make / manufacturer: CF Martin
model name / number: D-18 Dreadnaught

2000 Martin D18 Dreadnought Acoustic Guitar. Original Martin Hardshell Molded Plastic Case. Just the tiniest dings on this one. I counted one on the top and a couple on the back of the neck heel, so small I couldn't get pics of them. Maybe a couple more but if there are, they are small...All original including the Deluxe Martin Harshell Case with Green Plush interior.

I am the 2nd owner, purchased in 2012 from the original owner. It is in very much like new condition. It has already been registered with Martin.

No Trades.

Some add'l info and specs from Martin...

An American classic Introduced in 1931, the D-18 is the original 14-fret Martin dreadnought and still one of our most popular instruments -- especially among studio musicians. The combination of light, quarter sawn mahogany sides and back, and large Dreadnought size produces an exceptionally well-balanced tone. The D-18 is loud, with a bright, clear treble and warm, moderate bass, which makes it ideal for both recording and stage work. Features include solid spruce top, Rosewood Bridge and fingerboard, black binding and pickguard, hand-shaped genuine mahogany neck, and chrome enclosed tuners. With a boosted midrange and tonally even highs and lows, this guitar will cut through most small acoustic ensembles. Hear the difference mahogany makes in the D-18!

The Martin D-18 Dreadnought Acoustic Guitar is a traditional-style dreadnought that features a solid spruce top, a solid Indian rosewood fingerboard and bridge with black binding and pickguard, plus chrome-enclosed tuning machines. Solid mahogany back and sides combine with a large dreadnought guitar size to produce a loud, clear treble and a warm, moderate bass.

Introduced in 1931, the D-18 is the original 14-fret Martin dreadnought and still one of Martin's most popular instruments - especially among studio musicians. The combination of light, quarter sawn mahogany sides and back, and large Dreadnought size produces an exceptionally well-balanced tone. The mahogany back and sides provide the power to cut through the mix.
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