• Martin 0-16NY concert sized acoustic guitar with slotted peghead


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1961 to 1995

MARTIN made the 0-16NY between 1961 and 1995. Shaped in the authentic “New York Martin” style, the concert sized Martin 0-16NY joins a quarter sawn mahogany body with a resonant spruce top trimmed in black and white inlay. Finished in natural semi-gloss lacquer, the 0-16NY combines a rosewood fingerboard with a rosewood bridge. Braced for (light!) steel or nylon strings, the 0-16NY is considered an ideal finger picking folk guitar because of its soft mellow sound and wide neck. The Martin 0-16NY was one of the first Martin vintage re-issues, having the standard pre-1929 Martin guitar configuration of a slotted headstock and a wide classical width neck joined to the body at the 12th fret. The 0-16NY has minimal embellishment - with no fingerboard position markers except side dots. Tuners are three-on-a-plate classical style units.

In 2004 Martin issued the 0-28 model, a rosewood backed guitar loosely based on Ian Anderson's 0-16NY (the Jethro Tull front man's first small bodied guitar) bought in 1972.

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Body back materialmahogany body back
Body sides materialmahogany body sides
Body top materialspruce body top
Body width13.625 inches body width
Soundholeround soundhole


Body fretNeck joins body at 12th fret
Neck jointset neck
Neck width1.875 inches wide at nut
Number of frets19 fret
Peghead (headstock)slotted (open) headstock
Tuner layoutthree-each-side


Bridge pinsblack with white dot pins
Bridgerosewood bridge


Fingerboard materialrosewood fingerboard


Finish colorsnatural finish
Made inUSA
Number of strings6 strings
Scale length24.875 inches scale length

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2016€0wornIt was a present. Construction year 1972

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