Standard Series is one of the most important in Martin Guitars catalog, and it dictates the standards for the rest of the acoustic guitar industry. It has received a couple of updates for the 2012 issue of Martin catalog, and one of them is OM-21 2012. OM-21 2012 kicks off with a fully acoustic orchestra shaped body without cutaways. The body is made of solid East Indian rosewood back and sides and solid spruce top. The top features tortoise colored binding, tortoise pickguard with tear drop shape and style 28 triple circle sound hole rosette. This model comes in natural color with polished gloss finish. The bridge is made of solid black ebony with belly shape, white string pins and bone saddle. The electronics are not featured on OM-21 2012, but can be installed at personal request. The neck is made of select hardwood with modified low oval contour and dovetail joint at the standard 14th fret. The fingerboard is made of solid ebony and sports 20 frets, dot position inlays and 1-3/4" wide bone string nut. Other features include: nickel plated hardware, 25-2/5" scale length and nickel plated butterbean tuners. The MSRP for OM-21 2012 is set at $3,099.
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