Released January, 2010
The Pros:Fretboard is never sticky, stays smooth. Durably constructed to resist warping or cracking. Pre-amp is versatile, gives you some nice tone options.
The Cons:Some modern refinements take away from the classic elements.
The Martin DC-16OGTE is a six-string acoustic/electric guitar that has a classic style and produces a quality sound due to how the company manufactured it with different materials. Along with a dreadnought body style and a 25.4-inch scale length, the guitar has a herringbone rosette and a Micarta fretboard and bridge.
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Like most company models, the guitar has a solid Sitka spruce top, a solid Spanish cedar neck and solid East Indian rosewood back and sides. Part of the 16 Series, the instrument uses a Roland AP-1 onboard electronics system that includes anti-feedback control and a bright LCD display.
- Six-string acoustic/electric guitar
- Dreadnought body style
- Solid Sitka spruce top
- Solid East Indian rosewood back and sides
- Solid Spanish cedar neck
- Herringbone rosette
- Micarta fretboard and bridge
- Roland AP-1 onboard electronics system
- Anti-feedback control
- LCD display
- 25.4-inch scale length
User Reviews (1)
fretboard is never sticky, stays smooth
durably constructed to resist warping or cracking
pre-amp is versatile, gives you some nice tone options
warm and bright tone nice enough to satisfy a sensitive ear
perfect fit and finish, flawless upon receipt with no modifications needed
action is fast, strings are close to the frets but still don't buzz
some modern refinements take away from the classic elements
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