Introduced in 1937 as the companies gut string alternative to the steel string flat tops that were growing in popularity, the 'Style G' nylon strung instruments were the lesser seen classical option produced by Martin. Constructed from a Sitka Spruce top and Mahogany back and sides, this guitar is wonderfully resonant for a smaller body 00 model, with a top wood that has nicely aged over the years. The body dimensions are the same as the 14 fret steel strung model, but with the shorter 12 fret neck join. The guitar also features an ebony loop style bridge and ebony fingerboard.
This guitar is in very good condition, and has had the kind of play wear you would expect from a guitar of this age. The guitar is in all original condition, and as with all our vintage instruments has been given a full service by the Vintage Instrument Workshop. This guitar includes a 3 year warranty and its original case.