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  • Instrument: OM and Auditorium

  • Brand: Martin

  • Model: OMC-28M LJ

  • Finish: Natural

  • SKU: GF6583-A

  • Handedness: Right

  • Made In Year: 2006

  • Top: Adirondack Spruce

  • Back and Sides: Premium Madagascar Rosewood

  • Neck: Tropical Mahogany w/ Volute

  • Profile: Modified V

  • Fretboard/Bridge: Ebony

  • Binding: Ivoroid

  • Bracing: Scalloped Adirondack Spruce

  • Scale Length: 25.4"

  • Nut Width: 1-3/4"

  • String Spacing at Saddle: 2-1/4"

  • Serial Number: 1178335

  • Electronics: None

  • Case: Geib Hardshell w/ Cushioned Lining

  • Modifications/Repairs: N/A

  • Contains Brazilian Rosewood (Y/N): N

Legendary fingerstyle virtuoso partnered with Martin on several editions of custom models, first in Indian rosewood and Brazilian rosewood, then Madagascar rosewood in the 2006 series. This is number 97 from that limited run! Madagascar rosewood is a gorgeous tonewood that is becoming harder and harder to come by due to logging and environmental issues, with most of the major brands no longer using it. This is a great opportunity to snag a "Mad Rose" guitar without the guilt of a new build.

In many ways a classic Martin OM-28 with its Adirondack top and forward-shifted bracing, herringbone purfling and zipper backstrip, the Venetian cutaway on the OMC-28M LJ opens up the upper registers for adventurous fingerpickers. The mod-V neck profile is comfortable for almost all left hand approaches. Tonally, this one has the complexity to stand on its own as a solo instrument, with a warmth and sustain that sits between mahogany and rosewood. But it has the versatility for strumming and lead playing, too, making it an excellent primary instrument. Condition is excellent. Comes in a cushioned hard case.

Martin OMC-28M LJ 2006, Madagascar Rosewood & Adirondack Spruce

$5,500
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    Description

    Legendary fingerstyle virtuoso partnered with Martin on several editions of custom models, first in Indian rosewood and Brazilian rosewood, then Madagascar rosewood in the 2006 series. This is number 97 from that limited run! Madagascar rosewood is a gorgeous tonewood that is becoming harder and harder to come by due to logging and environmental issues, with most of the major brands no longer using it. This is a great opportunity to snag a "Mad Rose" guitar without the guilt of a new build.

    In many ways a classic Martin OM-28 with its Adirondack top and forward-shifted bracing, herringbone purfling and zipper backstrip, the Venetian cutaway on the OMC-28M LJ opens up the upper registers for adventurous fingerpickers. The mod-V neck profile is comfortable for almost all left hand approaches. Tonally, this one has the complexity to stand on its own as a solo instrument, with a warmth and sustain that sits between mahogany and rosewood. But it has the versatility for strumming and lead playing, too, making it an excellent primary instrument. Condition is excellent. Comes in a cushioned hard case.

    Spec
    • Instrument: OM and Auditorium

    • Brand: Martin

    • Model: OMC-28M LJ

    • Finish: Natural

    • SKU: GF6583-A

    • Handedness: Right

    • Made In Year: 2006

    • Top: Adirondack Spruce

    • Back and Sides: Premium Madagascar Rosewood

    • Neck: Tropical Mahogany w/ Volute

    • Profile: Modified V

    • Fretboard/Bridge: Ebony

    • Binding: Ivoroid

    • Bracing: Scalloped Adirondack Spruce

    • Scale Length: 25.4"

    • Nut Width: 1-3/4"

    • String Spacing at Saddle: 2-1/4"

    • Serial Number: 1178335

    • Electronics: None

    • Case: Geib Hardshell w/ Cushioned Lining

    • Modifications/Repairs: N/A

    • Contains Brazilian Rosewood (Y/N): N

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