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Martin D-45 Custom Ziricote

$12,000.00    
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This custom shop Martin D-45 features a very striking set of Ziricote for the back and sides. Ziricote is from Central America and is has very similar sound to Rosewood.... deep and boomy but also very clear tone. The Adirondack VTS top offers and older open sound right from the beginning. The wood choices on this guitar are just incredible! The Black bindings, peghead overlay pair nicely with the Abalone 45 style inlays. The script logo and alternate torch Abalone inlay add a nice twist on the 45 style Martin logo. 

Features
  • Back & Side Wood: Ziricote
  • Body Size: Dreadnought
  • Body Type: Dreadnought
  • Series: Custom
  • Top Wood: Torrefied Adirondack Spruce
  • Nut Width: 1 3/4"
  • Neck Shape: Performing Artist Profile
  • Bracing Pattern: Forward Shifted "X" Scalloped
  • Scale Length: 25.4"
  • String Spacing at Saddle: 2 3/16"
  • Acoustic Pickup: Optional
  • Tuners: Schaller Gold Grand
  • Case: Martin Hardshell
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