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Martin CS-CF Outlaw-17 Acoustic Guitar
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A limited edition Dreadnought that breaks the rules, this model is crafted with traditional, Authentic Series features such as hide glue construction...Click To Read More About This Product
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Designed to perform just as good as it looks, this rare beauty is handcrafted to exacting standards.
A limited edition Dreadnought that breaks the rules, this model is crafted with traditional, Authentic Series features such as hide glue construction combined with modern features, such as a modified low oval neck with a high performance taper and modern belly bridge and drop-in saddle. The CS-D18 Outlaw-17 will be limited to only 100 instruments. It is constructed with an Adirondack spruce top with Vintage Tone System and genuine mahogany back and sides, antique white binding and heelcap, Brazilian rosewood headplate, bone nut and saddle and an ebony fingerboard and bridge. This Dreadnought will sing loud and proud. (MSRP: $6999)
- Body type:Dreadnought
- Top wood:Adirondack spruce
- Back & sides:Mahogany
- Bracing pattern:Forward shifted X brace
- Body finish:Gloss
- Orientation:Right handed
- Neck shape:Modified Low Oval
- Nut width:1.75 in. (44.45 mm)
- Neck wood:Mahogany
- Scale length:25.4 in.
- Number of frets:20
- Neck finish:Gloss
- Brand: Not applicable
- Configuration:Not applicable
- Preamp EQ:Not applicable
- Feedback filter:Not applicable
- Tuner:Not applicable
- Headstock overlay: Not specified
- Tuning machines:Nickel
- Saddle & nut:Compensated/Bone
- Number of strings:6-string
- Special features:Limited edition
- Case:Hardshell case
- Accessories:Warranty card, adjustment tools
This limited edition won't last, so get yours today.
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Comments about Martin CS-CF Outlaw-17 Acoustic Guitar:
Excellent guitar. This is the loudest Martin I have ever heard. It also has the most balanced tone in a Martin I have experienced. Not the typical heavy on the highs as with most Martins, nice an even across all spectrum's..
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