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Where are Martin 000 15m made?

Where are Martin 000 15m made?

Nazareth Pennsylvania
Each one is crafted from in Martin’s USA based factory in Nazareth Pennsylvania, so you’re getting an American made Martin with all-solid wood body at a relatively reasonable price. Speaking of solid wood, the guitar’s top, back and sides are all crafted from solid Honduran mahogany.

Who plays a Martin 000 15M?

Just as modern versions have appeared in the hands of players as diverse as Gabrielle Aplin, Eddie Vedder, Steve Earle, Kenneth Pattengale of the Milk Carton Kids, Jeff Tweedy of Wilco, and John Frusciante of the Red Hot Chili Peppers. Other versions of the Martin 000-15M are also available: Martin 000-15M Left-Handed.

What size is a Martin 000-15M?

The Martin 000-15M contiunes the Martin tradition with a 14 fret “000” body size, solid all-mahogany construction and a rich satin finish. The Martin 00015M also features a rosewood fretboard, 1-11/16″ nut and a standard 25.4″ scale.

What size is a Martin 000 15M?

Is the Martin 000-15sm a good guitar?

When I checked out the Martin 000-15SM it turned out to be full of surprises. I figured it would be a decent enough guitar since I’ve never played a bad Martin, but after spending some time with it and seeing the very reasonable price tag I definitely became a believer. For starters, the 000-15SM is a great looking axe.

Why buy a Martin 000-15sm?

With a design that dates to the dawn of the 20th century, the Martin 000 is about as venerable as a guitar gets. And the 000- 15SM in particular looks as natural and timeless as a centuries-old evergreen.

What kind of headstock does a Martin 000 have?

The Martin 000-size 12-fret neck features a slotted headstock. Satisfy your desire with an affordable solid wood guitar that is visually distinctive and innovative. Due to material availability this guitar is designed with either a tortoise pattern or black pickguard.

How much does a Martin guitars cost?

With a list of $1,849 and a street price of $1,399 (and that’s with a good case), it’s almost hard to believe that this guitar is a Martin, as so many of the company’s guitars, while admittedly excellent, are out of the reach of the casual player.