Martin 2003 00-45S 1902 Brazilian Rosewood (used)
Martin 2003 00-45S 1902 Brazilian Rosewood (used)
Martin 2003 00-45S 1902 Brazilian Rosewood (used)
Martin 2003 00-45S 1902 Brazilian Rosewood (used)
Martin 2003 00-45S 1902 Brazilian Rosewood (used)
Martin 2003 00-45S 1902 Brazilian Rosewood (used)
Martin 2003 00-45S 1902 Brazilian Rosewood (used)
Martin 2003 00-45S 1902 Brazilian Rosewood (used)
Martin 2003 00-45S 1902 Brazilian Rosewood (used)
Martin 2003 00-45S 1902 Brazilian Rosewood (used)
Martin 2003 00-45S 1902 Brazilian Rosewood (used)
Martin 2003 00-45S 1902 Brazilian Rosewood (used)
Martin 2003 00-45S 1902 Brazilian Rosewood (used)
Martin 2003 00-45S 1902 Brazilian Rosewood (used)
Martin 2003 00-45S 1902 Brazilian Rosewood (used)
Martin 2003 00-45S 1902 Brazilian Rosewood (used)
Martin 2003 00-45S 1902 Brazilian Rosewood (used)
Martin 2003 00-45S 1902 Brazilian Rosewood (used)
Martin 2003 00-45S 1902 Brazilian Rosewood (used)
Martin 2003 00-45S 1902 Brazilian Rosewood (used)
Martin 2003 00-45S 1902 Brazilian Rosewood (used)
Martin 2003 00-45S 1902 Brazilian Rosewood (used)
Martin 2003 00-45S 1902 Brazilian Rosewood (used)
Martin 2003 00-45S 1902 Brazilian Rosewood (used)
Martin 2003 00-45S 1902 Brazilian Rosewood (used)
Martin 2003 00-45S 1902 Brazilian Rosewood (used)
Martin 2003 00-45S 1902 Brazilian Rosewood (used)
Martin 2003 00-45S 1902 Brazilian Rosewood (used)
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Martin 2003 00-45S 1902 Brazilian Rosewood (used)

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With only 100 ever made this recreation of the This 00-45S 1902 model was built in 2003 to precisely the specs of one of the four 45-style prototypes built in 1902 (the 45 didn’t come onto the scene until 1904). This beautiful 00 features Brazilian Rosewood back and sides, Adirondack Spruce top with the Abalone trim and appointments we’ve all come to expect from a 45-style Martin. This particular example, number 5 of 100, is in unplayed condition and came to us from a private collection. Also includes a re-creation of the Martin "coffin" hardshell which was the typical hardshell case you would get with a new Martin in the 1900s. This guitar is a must have in your collection and sounds just as wonderful as it looks!

  • Back & Side Wood: Brazilian Rosewood

  • Body Size: 00 12-Fret

  • Top Wood: Adirondack Spruce

  • Neck Profile: Soft V

  • Nut Width: 1 7/8"

  • Bracing Pattern: Scalloped

  • Tuners: Gotoh Gold

  • Scale Length: 24.9"

  • String Spacing at Saddle: 2.375"

  • Case: Martin Wooden "Coffin" case

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* Photos shown are of the actual guitar for sale.