1973 Martin D41

Here's one of the nicer Martin acoustics I've ever played. I'm typically a Gibson acoustic player, but this D-41 really stands-out. The Rosewood in this guitar is particularly attractive. Gracefully and enhanced tone, feel, sound and playability. It's an early Indian Rosewood example that has aged very well .German Spruce top, Indian Rosewood back & sides. It has some visible wear to the back of the neck (through the finish) NO CRACKS or repaired cracks. The frets are in great shape. Low action it plays and sounds GREAT! It has distinct, articulate tones and superb volume and projection.Comes with the Original Blue Martin Hardshell Case show In photos.

Body back material

rosewood body back

Body sides material

rosewood body sides

Body top material

spruce body top

Pickguard material

black pickguard

Soundhole

round soundhole

Body fret

Neck joins body at 14th fret

Headstock inlays or logos

vertical headstock inlay/logo

Neck joint

set neck

Neck material

mahogany neck

Number of frets

20 fret

Peghead (headstock)

bound headstock

Tuner layout

three-each-side

Bridge pins

abalone dot pins

Bridge

ebony bridge

Fingerboard material

ebony fingerboard

Fingerboard position markers

hexagon fingerboard position markers

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vQVC60z9YeQ

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qw0izM1SE7U

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iT9pGmcRduI

John Mayer  "Where The Light Is," he is playing on the D-41 during the acoustic set while playing "In Your Atmosphere." The absence of abalone pearl around the fingerboard near the sound hole suggests it is a D-41

George Jones - Martin D41...love it! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nSgeM-Vtans