On order with April ETA.
Martin D-18 Ambertone
All of our Martin D-18 Ambertone guitars are brand new, factory-fresh, come with a Martin hardshell case and Martin Lifetime Warranty.
The Martin D-18 Ambertone is the standard by which every other mahogany dreadnought should be measured; that classic dry woody tone that Martin is famous for. It is equally suitable for bluegrass, country or rock. Martin D18 Ambertone comes with a Martin hardshell case. The Martin D-18 is also available in Natural or Sunburst finish. Looking for a left-handed model? See our Martin D-18 Left-Handed Guitar.
Maury's Music thoroughly inspects every guitar before it ships (learn more). We can even set it up to your specs upon request! Simply choose between "Factory Setup" or "Custom Setup" when placing your order. Click here for more details.
Please note: Adding a guitar pickup or strap button to this model will disqualify it from our return policy and therefore it cannot be returned after these uprades are added. Upgrade prices below include installation; these fees are non-refundable. Also, we cannot ship Mammoth Ivory or Walrus Ivory products to California, Hawaii, Illinois, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Oregon or Washington due to legislation in those states.
This Martin Guitar can only be shipped to a US address. Please contact Martin for a retailer in your country.
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CONSTRUCTION:˙ Dovetail Neck Joint
BODY SIZE:˙ D-14˙Fret˙
TOP MATERIAL:˙ Sitka Spruce with Ambertone
TOP BRACING PATTERN:˙ Scalloped, Forward Shifted "X" Bracing
BACK/SIDE MATERIAL:˙ Genuine Mahogany
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:˙ 2-3/16"
SADDLE:˙ 16" Radius/Compensated Bone
RECOMMENDED STRINGS:˙ Martin MA550T Authentic Acoustic
BRIDGE & END PINS:˙Black Plastic, no dot
CASE:˙ Martin 445 Hardshell
(Please note: Guitar pictured in video has a natural top, not Ambertone.)