Martin OM-1GTL Left-Handed Orchestra Acoustic Guitar


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The Martin OM-1GT Acoustic Guitar combines traditional Martin quality and construction with modern features guaranteed to deliver the classic tone martin is famous for. Order yours from Sam Ash Direct today.

The Martin OM-1GT Acoustic Guitar boasts Martin’s traditional “000” or “Orchestra” body style with a bookmatched Sitka Spruce soundboard and Martin’s Modified Hybrid “X” scalloped bracing. The back and sides are constructed from solid sapele, which possesses a similar aesthetic and tonal character as mahogany and delivers that famous Martin tone.

The neck is constructed from a composite material known as rust stratabond, which is made of multiple thin strips of wood laminated together and is also used on Martin’s X-series guitars. This is an extra durable material and it is shaped into Martin’s famous low-oval profile capped off with a Richlite fingerboard. The white corian nut is matched by a richlite belly bridge with a 16" radius compensated white tusq saddle.  Simplistically elegant appointments include a black pickguard, a Style 28 rosette, black/white boltaron top inlay, black boltaron binding, endpiece, and heelcap, Style 28 fingerboard inlays with MOP dots. This Martin OM-1GT gives players that renowned Martin quality at a price working musician's can afford. Ships inside of a hardshell case.

Get your Martin OM-1GT Left-Handed Acoustic Guitar today at the guaranteed lowest price from Sam Ash Direct with our 45-day return and 60-day price protection policy.

Things You Will Get:

  • Acoustic Guitar
  • Hardshell Case
Number Of Frets 20
Scale Length 25.4"
Neck Type Simple Dovetail Joint
Nut Width 1-11/16"
Neck Wood Rust Stratabond
Body Wood Sapele
Top Sitka Spruce
Bridge Type Belly
Tuning Machines Sealed Gears
Other Features Orchestra Model (000-14 Fret) with Solid Top, Back and Sides

Polished Gloss Top Finish with Satin Back and Side Finish

Modified Hybrid "X" Scalloped Top Bracing with Solid Sitka Spruce 5/16" Braces

Solid/Standard Taper Headstock with Indian Rosewood Pattern HPL Headplate

Modified Low Profile Neck with Richlite Fingerboard

Richlite Bridge with 16" Radius Compensated White Tusq Saddle

2-1/8" Fingerboard Width at 12th Fret and 2-1/4" Bridge String Spacing

White Corian Nut

Chrome Tuners with Small Buttons

Appointments Include a Black Pickguard, a Style 28 Rosette, Black/White Boltaron Top Inlay, Black Boltaron Binding, Endpiece, and Heelcap, Style 28 Fingerboard Inlays with MOP Dots
Orientation Left-Handed
Case/Bag Included Yes
Case Type Hardshell Case
Series 1/Road Series
Model OM-1GTL


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MartinOM-1GTL Left-Handed Orchestra Acoustic Guitar

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great guitar


from Cincinnati ohio

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  • Fun To Play
  • Good Feel
  • Rich Sound
  • Solid Wood Body
  • Stays In Tune
  • Wide Fingerboard


  • Neck Laminate Wood

Best Uses

  • Jamming
  • Practicing
  • Recording
  • Small Venues

Comments about Martin OM-1GTL Left-Handed Orchestra Acoustic Guitar:

I was shocked this guitar was sealed from Martin it was already set up the neck with straight strings were low and it was already in tune. comes with a fantastic heavy-duty hard case. The string spacing feels wider than my old dreadnought

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OM-1GTL Left-Handed Orchestra Acoustic Guitar

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