This responsive refinished 1941 Martin D-28 (83786) is very useful for playing melodies and rhythm functions with light gauge stringing. Like many 1940s era D-28s, this guitar had been used with a DeArmond soundhole pickup and the output jack hole has been plugged before the older refinish. Repaired cracks include 7 on the treble side and one 4″ crack on the treble side of the top near the tail. The pickguard and pin set are replacements. The original Waverly tuners are in fine working order. The older neck reset and refret still present excellent neck angle geometry. This guitar has a rich, dark voice with light gauge strings. With TKL hardshell case.
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