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Nashville Guitar Company D style 1996

Nashville Guitar Company D style 1996

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Nashville luthier Martin Lanham created this guitar in 1996.

It is a 1930's D28 style with herringbone binding, long saddle, and large sound hole. Spruce top and rosewood side back.

There are many scratches and scuffs on the entire instrument, which shows signs of having been played quite a bit. There is a noticeable crack repair on the side, which has been repaired with a patch from the back. The back of the neck has some peeling paint. The frets have been recently replaced. The truss rod is a square rod, not adjustable, so the neck cannot be adjusted. The string height is set low at the 12th fret position with 2.0mm on the 6th string and 1.5mm on the 1st string, and there is little saddle left.

The bass is rich and crisp when flatpicking, and full with attack when fingerpicking.

A non-genuine hard case is included.

Click here for a test playing video (youtube).

Top:Sitka Spruce
Side:Indian Rosewood
Back:Indian Rosewood
Pick up:None
Nut width:43mm
Case:Non Original Hard Case

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