Martin 000-15SM - Dark Mahogany
The 15 Series 000-15SM Mahogany Auditorium Acoustic Guitar improves on a previous model known as the 000-15S. The 15 Series 000-15SM shares the same all-mahogany body with slotted headstock as its predecessor but now comes with a morado fingerboard and bridge, real rosette, improved fretboard inlays, and nickel tuners with butterbean nobs. This small-bodied guitar harkens back to an earlier time before the invasion of the dreadnought. It features a 12-fret body design that offers up plenty of woody tone and volume, in spite of its compact size. This is a great guitar for fingerpickers or anyone looking to acquire an instant classic.
Body type: 000 12-Fret
Top wood: Solid Genuine Mahogany
Back & sides: Solid Genuine Mahogany
Bracing pattern: A-Frame ''X''
Body finish: Satin
Orientation: Right handed
Neck shape: Modified Low Oval
Nut width: 1.75" (44.5mm)
Neck wood: Solid Genuine Mahogany
Scale length: 25.4"
Number of frets: 20
Neck finish: Satin
Brand: Not applicable
Configuration: Not applicable
Preamp EQ: Not applicable
Feedback filter: Not applicable
Tuner: Not applicable
Headstock overlay: Solid East Indian Rosewood
Tuning machines: Nickel Open-Geared with Ivoroid Buttons
Saddle & nut: Compensated Bone/Bone
Number of strings: 6-string
Special features: Tonewoods
Accessories: Info not available
Country of origin: United States
- String Type: Steel
- Number of Strings: 6
- Body Shape: 000-12 Fret
- Body Style: No Cutaway
- Left-/Right-handed: Right-handed
- Color: Natural
- Finish: Satin
- Top Wood: Solid Mahogany
- Back & Sides Wood: Solid Mahogany
- Body Bracing: X-bracing
- Neck Wood: Mahogany
- Neck Shape: Modified low oval
- Radius: 16"
- Fingerboard Material: East Indian Rosewood
- Fingerboard Inlay: Dots
- Number of Frets: 20
- Scale Length: 4"
- Tuning Machines: Nickel Open-Geared with Ivoroid Buttons
- Bridge Material:East Indian Rosewood
- Nut/Saddle Material: Bone/Bone
- Nut Width: 75"
- Strings: Martin SP Lifespan Phosphor Bronze Light Gauge
- Case Included: Hardshell Case