Martin POW MIA Acoustic Guitar  

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This product has been discontinued but may be available as a Open Box item.

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"To those we have lost, you are not forgotten."

The POW MIA Dreadnought Special Edition Acoustic Guitar was designed by a small group of Martin employees to honor the families of American servicemen and women who were held captive or are still missing in action. A stainless steel bracelet will be sent to the original owner upon completion of the Martin warranty. A portion of the proceeds from the sale of each POW MIA guitar will be donated to the National Alliance of Families for the return of America's missing servicemen and women.

  • Construction: Mortise/Tenon Neck Joint
  • Body size: D 14-Fret
  • Top: Solid Sitka Spruce
  • Rosette: Single Ring of Paua w/Multiple Black/White Inlays
  • Top bracing pattern: D1 Hybrid
  • Top braces: 1 Style/Scalloped
  • Back material: Solid Genuine Mahogany
  • Side material: Solid Genuine Mahogany
  • Binding: White Boltaron
  • Top inlay style: Multiple Black/White Boltaron
  • Back inlay: Multiple Black/White Boltaron
  • Neck shape: Modified Low Oval
  • Nut material: Black Corian
  • Headplate: Black Ebony w/POW MIA Pin
  • Fingerboard material: Solid Black Ebony
  • Scale length: 25.4"
  • # of frets clear: 14
  • # of frets total: 20
  • Fingerboard width at nut: 1-11/16"
  • Fingerboard position inlays: Custom Design
  • Fingerboard binding: None
  • Finish back & sides: Polished Gloss/Black
  • Finish top: Polished Gloss/Black
  • Bridge material: Solid Black Ebony
  • Bridge style: 1 Style Belly
  • Bridge string spacing: 2-1/8"
  • Saddle: 16" Radius/Compensated/Black Micarta
  • Tuning machines: Chrome w/Large Knobs
  • Recommended strings: Martin SP4200 Medium Phosphor Bronze
  • Bridge & endpins: Black w/Abalone Pearl Dots
  • Case: 545 Geib Style w/American Flag Lining
  • Interior label: Signed By Christian Frederick Martin IV - Numbered
  • Electronics: Optional
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