NEW TO STOCK...Martin OM-18 1933 Authentic. Here to remind you why you fell in l...

by The Acoustic Centre May 15, 2015

NEW TO STOCK...Martin OM-18 1933 Authentic. Here to remind you why you fell in love with Martin guitars in the first place, the OM-18 1933 Authentics are constructed the old way - with hide glue throughout, and historically accurate detailing confirmed by a CAT scan machine at the Smithsonian Institute.

Based on a 1933 OM-18 on loan from Fred Oster of Vintage Instruments, this guitar is constructed with a genuine Mahogany back and sides and an Adirondack spruce top using an authentic circa 1933 bracing pattern. Featuring period-correct OM-18 Authentic-style appointments, right down to the Authentic 1933 neck barrel and heel.

We have had one of these guitars before and it caused quite a stir. It is an exceptionally beautiful instrument that sounds just as authentic as it looks. A true masterpiece. $7,999 or take it home for $117 per week. http://www.acousticcentre.com.au/products/om18-authentic-1939





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