Martin 00-21NY (1963) SOLD!

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Made smack-dab during the middle of this model’s four-year (1961-65) run, this diminutive beauty sports a wide fingerboard (1-7/8” width at the nut) with no position markers, a slotted headstock, a small rectangular bridge, and 19 frets total. Put simply, the guitar is a pleasure to play. The classic Brazilian rosewood and spruce combination, plus the light bracing, yields a lively and expressive voice. The flat neck profile is comfortable and allows for effortless wide-interval stretches. But the most surprising detail is the volume: for a little dog, this guitar has a loud (and musical) bark. Significant pick wear on top and a few scuffs (as seen on the pictures), but no cracks. The one and only prior owner generally tuned the guitar down one-half step; therefore, it doesn’t even need a neck reset. Ships in a newer Martin hardshell case. $4000.

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Made smack-dab during the middle of this model’s four-year (1961-65) run, this diminutive beauty sports a wide fingerboard (1-7/8” width at the nut) with no position markers, a slotted headstock, a small rectangular bridge, and 19 frets total. Put simply, the guitar is a pleasure to play. The classic Brazilian rosewood and spruce combination, plus the light bracing, yields a lively and expressive voice. The flat neck profile is comfortable and allows for effortless wide-interval stretches. But the most surprising detail is the volume: for a little dog, this guitar has a loud (and musical) bark. Significant pick wear on top and a few scuffs (as seen on the pictures), but no cracks. The one and only prior owner generally tuned the guitar down one-half step; therefore, it doesn’t even need a neck reset. Ships in a newer Martin hardshell case. $4000.