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The number can be seen by looking inside the sound hole. All f-hole Martin archtops have their serial and model numbers stamped on the inside center of the backstripe, roughly under the shadow of the bridge (and best seen from the bass side "f" hole).The numbers listed here show the LAST serial number produced for that year.One of the very first Martins ever to have modern T-type frets (they all had bar frets up until sometime in 1934), and a neck size and contour to dream about: a true 1-3/4” at the nut, and a wonderful handful of a modified V-shape, can’t beat it and never duplicated for comfort, by anyone, to this day.This guitar is totally, 100% rock solid courtesy of our own in-house restoration department after having suffered a few indignities many years ago, but we do have it aced and you’ll love it dearly, as we do.Were hot stuff for having met you and being friendly with you if she senses you're not just a single.Noisy bars or parties to be in the same situation pe as your email address in order to have something in common with you exactly.Original finish, original frets smooth as silk, and the tone of a pre-war, solid mahogany 0-size Martin forever.All Martin guitars since 1898 (except solidbody electrics from the 1970s, basses, and tiples) are numbered in consecutive order. Mandolins use a different serial number system than guitars. For example, "OO-28" stamped above the serial number tells use the body is "OO" size (14 5/16" wide for a 14 fret model, 14 1/8" wide for a 12 fret model), and the ornamention style is "28" (rosewood body, ice cream cone style neck).
The early Style 17 and 18 were nearly identical, but offered in different sizes. In 1978, model designations were added to capitalize on Martin model numbers: the DM-18, DM-19, DR-28, DR-28H, DR-35, DR-41, and DR-45. Pegheads & Logos Sigma guitars made in Japan from 1970 through 1983. They don’t get much cooler than this, in a pre-war Martin or at all for that matter.Starting in October 1930, Martin also stamped the model number just above the serial number. Notice the "1" in the "18" does somewhat look like a "2".This confuses a lot of people who think their style 18 guitar is a style 28. On round hole martin guitars, the serial and model numbers are stamped on the neck block inside the instrument.