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VINTAGE 1954 MARTIN 0 15 GUITAR PROJECT

Sold ! This guitar is no longer for sale (sold on 2008-10-05)
Price : US $900.00



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This is a 1954 Martin 0-15 guitar. The serial number is 138688. It is all mahogany construction with a rosewood fingerboard and headstock overlay. As you can see it is in need of restoration. I originally thought I would restore it but I just don't have the time so it will make a nice project for someone. Most of the original finish has been removed but the front of the headstock retains it's original finish and original Martin logo decal (see photo). There are numerous scratches, nicks and dings. The original tortoise pickguard is a little loose around the edge but is all intact and in good shape. It's missing it's original bridge as well as the nut. It appears to have had a pickup installed at some point as there are 2 holes on the lower bout which I assume were for added volume and tone controls as well as a hole on the lower side for an input jack (see photos). There is a small hole (a little smaller than the bridge pin holes) at the treble end of where the bridge would have been (see photo). I think a bridge will cover this hole. There are also 2 very small screw holes right in front of and on each end of where the bridge would be. I think these were probably mounting screw holes for the added pickup (these are very small and minor). It also had a Harmony style tailpiece on it which has since been removed leaving 4 very small screw holes above the end pin (see photo, also very small and minor)). T


Sold ! This guitar is sold (sold on 2008-10-05)



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