Martin Guitars D-41
This D-41 packs a serious wallop! It has enormous bass response to go with warm, woody low-midrange and sweet, sparkling trebles. It's also quite responsive, and it has a round, piano-like attack. So, you get a remarkably rich Martin that always behaves itself and sounds well-mannered! Anyone searching for a killer strummer that will fill the room with its cavernous resonance while looking awesome will love this serial.
A Monster Martin
Produced in much smaller quantities and constructed from some of the highest grade woods on the planet, the 40 series guitars are the pinnacle of American luthiere. The "41" designation connotes an abalone purfling, rosette, headstock logo and fretboard inlays. In addition, these models also include beautiful gold hardware. Like the HD-28, the braces on this model are scalloped, allowing for a more open tonality overall with great warmth in the bass and low-mid registers.
|Body Size||D-14 Fret|
|Top Wood||Sitka Spruce|
|Back and Sides Wood||East Indian Rosewood|
|Top Bracing||Sitka, Forward-Shifted Scalloped 5/16"|
|Back Braces||Sitka Spruce|
|Neck Joint||Mahogany Blocks/Dovetail Neck Joint|
|Neck Shape||Low Profile w/Standard Taper|
|Neck Dimensions||.830 1st - .910 12th|
|Nut Width||1 3/4"|
|Bridge Spacing||2 1/8"|
|Saddle||Drop-in, Bone, Compensated|
|Tuners||Gold w/ Open Gears|
|Case||Black Hardshell Case|
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