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Finger overlay on both guitars is a special template created for this signature version. It’s a standard 35 layout, but the dot size has been slightly scaled back and is instructed with abalone. The neck shape of wire 6 is unique and created specifically for David. It started out as a modified low oval but is now slightly rounder and plump underneath the 5th keyboard, creating a neck that is very comfortable and easy to play. The 6 series also features a carbon fiber bridge, as found on the All I Need Are These Guitars And Those Other Guitars Music hot Shirt recent Modern Deluxe Series, which offers enhanced volume and clarity. Both specimens have headstamps, as found on early Martinian pianos, however, this is the first time in history that Martin created a special headstamp for the artist’s signed version.
Wire 6 is unusually stringed with 12-measure wires (lights) — namely Martin Authentic Acoustic® Lifespan® 2.0 (MA540T). Martin Dreadnoughts is usually equipped with 13-gauge (medium) strings, however, David uses MA540T strings for all of his Martin guitars, so we feel that his fans should get the guitar set up the same way that David chooses to play. Both guitars have a blue shell, a nod back to the blue shell that David’s original D-35 left the factory years ago. Finally, and as if all of this wasn’t special enough, each guitar had a custom internal paper label, each with David’s signature. An instrument of an incredible collector, for a truly special musician. Martin will produce a total of 250 guitars, divided into 6-string and 12-string models. They will be available for purchase at some Martin retailers.