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Inspired by classic Americana art from artist Cassius Marcellus Coolidge, the Martin D-16EPD guitar features a 1903 painting called A Friend in Need, which is printed on a Sitka spruce top. The artwork is part of a series of 16 oil paintings that were commissioned by Brown & Bigelow in the 1900s to advertise cigars. This Style 16 Dreadnought guitar includes sycamore tonewoods, a high-performance taper neck and comes equipped with Matrix VT Enhance electronics. New for 2018 Summer NAMM!
CONSTRUCTION: Simple Dovetail Neck Joint
BODY SIZE: D-14 Fret
TOP MATERIAL: Sitka Spruce with Custom Ink
TOP BRACING PATTERN: Scalloped, "X" Bracing
BACK/SIDE MATERIAL: Sycamore
NECK SHAPE: Modified Low Oval w/ High Performance Taper
NUT MATERIAL: Bone
SCALE LENGTH: 25.4"
FINGERBOARD WIDTH AT NUT: 1-3/4"
FINGERBOARD WIDTH AT 12TH FRET: 2-1/8"
BRIDGE STRING SPACING: 2-5/32"
SADDLE: 16" Radius/Compensated White Tusq
RECOMMENDED STRINGS: Martin MA540T Authentic Acoustic
BRIDGE & END PINS: Black Tusq with Mother of Pearl Dots
CASE: Martin 445 Hardshell
ELECTRONICS: Fishman Matrix VT Enhance
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