We offer this very nice Martin D-35 built in 1970, featuring lovely all-solid woods and the classic 3-piece Rosewood back. This instrument is in very good playing condition with a straight neck and low comfortable action of about 2mm at the 12th fret (some players might even raise the action a bit). There are some minor scratches and dings as would be expected including a few capo marks at the back of the neck, but overall the instrument is remarkably well preserved for a 50 year instrument. Other than the standard "pickguard crack" that most Martins of this era have, there are no other cracks and there are no structural issues whatsoever. The woods are lovely with well-defined grain patterns. We can not tell for sure but one or ore of the back pieces might be Brazillian Rosewood as Martin was known to mix the woods in this era. The original Grover Roto-matic tuners all work well and the frets are recently dressed and beautiful. Just a lovely looking and sounding guitar ready for its next player.
Comes with a black hard shell case.