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First thing you got to remember, there ain't no money above the fifth fret - Larry Barnwell, a regional sales rep for the Martin Guitar Company and a good flatpicker, when asked by a potential customer, a fingerpicker, whether he should buy a 12- or 14-fret guitar

Author Topic: The value of a 1931 0-18 Martin Guitar?  (Read 5662 times)

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Re: The value of a 1931 0-18 Martin Guitar?
« Reply #15 on: April 20, 2009, 05:04:50 PM »
I have heard of people putting silk & steel sets on single-O Martin New Yorkers to get around the no truss rod thing. Personally it wouldn't do it for me but just thought I'd mention it.

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