This Martin 000-28EC Eric Claption acoustic gives you Slowhand's own comfortable yet powerful 000 guitar - it's modeled after the one he predominantly played in his iconic MTV Unplugged performance in '92. The 000 style is immensely versatile, an excellent choice for all types of music - blues, jazz, bluegrass, country, it's your call. It's perfectly sized for playing at home, in the studio, on-the-go and on stage. Made with a solid Sitka Spruce top and solid East Indian Rosewood back and sides, it has the volume of a larger bodied guitar with the focus and clarity of something smaller. It accommodates fingerstyle playing and flatpicking equally well.
A select Hardwood neck with Martin's Modified V shape make it incredibly easy to play, while its 1 3/4" nut width adds to its comfort level. Subtle yet elegant details abound, including zig-zag back purfling, Herringbone rosette and top inlay, grained ivoroid binding, and Clapton's signature on the 20th fret. It has a vintage vibe right down to the butterbean tuners, but it's distinctly modern at the same time. The Martin 000-28EC is a fantastic player and a killer choice for many types of players. What music will you make with yours? Includes a hardshell case and setup to your specs from one of our experienced luthiers.
||000 Auditorium-style with Standard X-Scalloped bracing
||Solid Sitka Spruce with Tortoiseshell pickguard and Herringbone inlay
|Back and Sides
||Solid East Indian Rosewood with Black/White Boltaron inlay
||Select Hardwood with Modified V shape
||Solid Black Ebony with Diamonds and Squares patterned inlays
||20 with neck joining at 14th
||16” Radius, Compensated Bone with 2 1/4” string spacing
||Belly-style Solid Black Ebony
||Gotoh Nickel Open-Geared with Butterbean buttons
||Hardshell Case included