Martin Performing Artist Series GPCPA5 Grand Performance Acoustic GuitarProduct #H92881 Martin H92881 ABA 6 String Acoustic Guitars https://www.esnapw.com/rses/ESnapServlet?MerchantNumberSent=63655
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A Performing Artist priced for any performing artist with easy action that retains its great tone when plugged in.
One of Martin's most affordable Performing Artist Models, the GPCPA5 Grand Performance Cutaway is great for gigging or practicing at home. It features a top of solid sitka spruce, back and sides of mahogany-patterned HPL, and Fishman F1 Analog electronics to help it sing on stage. Case sold separately.
- Construction: Mortise/Tenon Neck Joint
- Body Size: Grand Performance 14-Fret Cutaway
- Top: Solid Sitka spruce
- Rosette: Two Ring
- Top Bracing Pattern: Hybrid ''X'' Scalloped
- Top Braces: Solid Sitka Spruce 5/16''
- Back Material: Mahogany Pattern HPL Textured Finish
- Side Material: Mahogany Pattern HPL Textured Finish
- Neck Material: Rust Stratabond
- Neck Shape: Performing Artist Profile
- Nut Material: White Corian
- Headstock: Solid/Square Taper
- Headplate: Mahogany Pattern HPL
- Fingerboard Material: Black Richlite
- Scale Length: 25.4''
- Number Of Frets Clear: 14
- Number Of Frets Total: 20
- Fingerboard Width At Nut: 1-3/4''
- Fingerboard Width At 12th Fret: 2-1/8''
- Fingerboard Position Inlays: Offset Dots - White ABS
- Finish Top: Hand Rubbed Finish
- Bridge Material: Black Richlite
- Bridge Style: Performing Artist Belly
- Bridge String Spacing: 2-3/16''
- Saddle: 16'' Radius/Compensated/White Tusq
- Tuning Machines: Chrome Enclosed with Small Buttons
- Recommended Strings: Martin Studio Performance Lifespan Phosphor Bronze Light Gauge (MSP7100)
- Bridge & End Pins: White with Black Dots
- Pickguard: Delmar Tortoise Color
- Interior Label: Black Label
- Electronics: Fishman F1 Analog
- Case sold separately
With this Grand Performance you can get a grand performance on stage, studio, or around the house. Order today.