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Martin 000-15M StreetMaster 000-14 Fret model guitar with gig bag

   
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Martin 000-15M StreetMaster 000-14 Fret model guitar with gig bag

Martin Guitar has expanded their popular solid mahogany 15 Series with a respectful nod to the working musician. The 000-15M StreetMaster® model is built to the same specifications as the 000-15M model but Martin has added a beautifully distressed satin finish. The StreetMaster® is perfect for your next gig, whether it be at the historic Ryman Theater or a day of busking in the big city. Enjoy the look and feel of a well-worn instrument with the limited lifetime warranty and the superb playability of a brand new guitar. The 15 Series StreetMaster® models come with a gig bag making them ready to hit the streets!

 

“There is nothing more important than the quality of the sound and tone of our instruments,” said CEO and Chairman Chris Martin IV. “This is why Martin Guitar has been utilizing machines for almost a decade on all of our instruments, to provide guitar players with unparalleled craftsmanship and playability.”

For 183 years, Martin Guitar has been at the forefront of guitar innovation, responsible guitar building practices and premier craftsmanship, bringing to its consumers the best acoustic guitars in the world.

Next to the iconic Martin tone known worldwide, playability is an important characteristic that sets apart the quality of our guitars. “For 183 years, the Martin Guitar Company has been manufacturing the world’s best acoustic guitars. The Martin tone is legendary and one that we do not take for granted. Playability does not start at the end of the process”, says Fred Greene V.P. Domestic Manufacturing. “The level of expert craftsmanship that goes into every instrument produced in our facilities is perfected through the use of the Plek® machines. Basically, it’s the cherry on top of the sundae.”

Martin Guitar has been Pleking their instruments for close to a decade and we believe this process helps maintain the undeniable Martin guitar sound that is recognizable worldwide. A Martin guitar with optimized playability enhances the tone of our guitars, as it prevents the strings from buzzing on the frets during playing and eliminates intonation problems that may occur due to inaccurate nut height. We want nothing to come between your playability and that iconic Martin tone. This remains our longstanding commitment to all guitar players worldwide.

What is Plek®?

The Plek® Pro has been developed for use in guitar production factories as a tool that not only does precise fret dressing, but also helps with quality control and R&D. This computer controlled device scans and dresses a guitar under actual playing conditions, strung and tuned to pitch or using precise string tension emulation. This is a major breakthrough since the Plek® Pro identifies precisely what needs to be done for perfect fretwork, executes this rapidly, and delivers perfect results on the instrument when strung.

The Plek® Pro speeds up the production process and raises the quality of instruments to an extremely high and consistent level.

You can learn more about the trademarked and registered Plek® process at Plek.com.


Specifications - Overview

  • Body Size: 000-14 Fret
  • Finish Top: Satin
  • Construction: Simple Dovetail Neck Joint
  • Back and Side Finish: Satin
  • Bracing Pattern: X-Brace
  • Scale Length: 25.4"
  • Brace Shape: Non-Scalloped
  • Fingerboard Width at Nut: 1 11/16''
  • Top Material: Mahogany
  • Neck Shape: Modified Low Oval
  • Back Material: Mahogany
  • Neck Taper: Standard Taper
  • Side Material: Mahogany
  • Electronics: Optional
  • Electronics Options: Fishman Gold Plus Natural I
    Fishman Infinity Matrix
    Fishman Presys Plus
    Fishman Ellipse Matrix Blend

Specifications - Top

  • Top Color: Mahogany Burst
  • Bridge Style: Modern Belly - Drop in Saddle
  • Binding: None
  • Bridge String Spacing: 2 1/8''
  • Top Inlay Material: None
  • Bridge Material: Katalox
  • Top Detail: None
  • Bridge Pin Material: Ebony
  • Pickguard: None
  • Bridge Pin Dots: None
  • Pickguard Inlay: None
  • Saddle: Compensated Bone
  • Rosette: Multi-Stripe
  • Saddle Radius: 16"

Specifications - Body

  • Brace Material: Sitka Spruce
  • Back and Sides Color: Dark Mahogany
  • Brace Size: 5/16"
  • Back Detail: None
  • Back Purfling/Strip: None
  • Back Inlay Material: None
  • Heelcap: None
  • Side Detail: None
  • Endpiece: None
  • Side Inlay Material: None
  • Endpiece Inlay: None

Specifications - Neck

  • Neck Material: Mahogany
  • Fingerboard Material: Katalox
  • Finish Neck: Satin
  • Fingerboard Width at 12th Fret: 2 1/8''
  • Neck Color: Dark Mahogany
  • Fingerboard Inlay Style: Diamonds and Squares Short Pattern
  • Number of Frets Total: 20
  • Fingerboard Inlay Material: Abalone
  • Neck Joins Body At: 14th Fret
  • Fingerboard Binding Material: None
  • Side Dots: Yellow

Specifications - Headstock

  • Headstock Shape: Solid with Square Taper
  • Tuning Machines: Golden Age Relic Nickel
  • Headplate Material: Mahogany
  • Knob: Cream Plastic
  • Headplate Logo Style: Script Old Style Overlay
  • Nut Material: Bone
  • Headplate Binding Material: None
  • Headplate Detail: None

Specifications - Misc

  • Case: Soft Gig Bag
  • Left Handed Availability: true
  • Label: None
  • Pleked: true

Limited Lifetime Warranty

Martin Guitar’s Limited Lifetime Warranty is valid only for the original owner of the instrument purchased from the authorized Martin Guitar dealer located within the United States or Canada, to which the instrument was originally shipped. The instrument must be registered for warranty online at martinguitar.com.

 

The warranty is not transferrable to another owner. Instruments purchased outside of the US or Canada are eligible for coverage provided by the authorized Martin Guitar distributor in the country where it was purchased. The dealer where you purchased your instrument will provide warranty details.