Martin Guitars DST
Tonal EvaluationThis Martin flattop has the singing top end of a chorus girl and the bottom end of a sumo wrestler! The midrange frequencies really hulk out when you pick hard, helping lead lines cut through any acoustic jam no matter how many fiddles or banjos you have to compete with.
Also, the satin finish lends this guitar a booming low-midrange response that helps keep the fundamental strong amidst all the trebly sparkle. Anyone looking for Martin that’s pretty and mean like an angry prom queen should give this dreadnought a look!
|Body Type||D-14 Fret|
|Top Wood||Solid Sitka Spruce|
|Bracing||Sitka Spruce, Scalloped Forward-shifted X-bracing|
|Back and Sides Wood||Solid Sapele|
|Neck Material||Select Hardwood|
|Fingerboard Inlay Style||Old Style 18|
|Neck Profile||Modified Low Oval|
|Neck Measurement||.820 1st - .900 9th|
|Width at Nut||1.75"|
|Bridge||Ebony, Modern Belly with Drop-in Saddle|
|Saddle||16", Compensated Bone|
|Tuning Machines||Gold Enclosed Gear|
|Case||Black Hardshell Martin Case|
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