Fantastic 1952 0-15 Martin Parlor For your consideration, a stunning 1952 Martin 0-15 concert/parlor guitar. Plays and sounds like a dream. This is an excellent little guitar with a tremendously large sound. It features are simple and elegant with an unbound mahogany body, mahogany neck, rosewood fingerboard and bridge, simple rosette, and ivoroid fingerboard dots. It has a hard case included, I was told that it is a 1936 Martin case, but have no way of confirming that date. It has patia from use but is still fully functional. A real nice 0 size is great for songwriting as well as studio use. This one is as nice an example as you will find.
• Very good condition
• Finish: original, some crackling and a few flaws from age, little dings and imperfections in the surface from honest use – see photos
• No Cracks
• No repairs that I can see
• Rosewood fingerboard
• Ebony nut
• Rosewood bridge
• Tortoise pick guard
• Ready to play – superb sounding tone and projection
• Tuners replaced, but comes with the original tuners that are in fine working condition, you could put them back on if you prefer them.
• Serial number: 127844
The detail listing above this section that mentions a 000 guitar does not apply to this guitar, I do not know how to remove it from this posting. Please contact me if you have any questions about this beautiful and rare guitar.