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Martin Road Series 2015 000RSGT Acoustic-Electric Guitar With USB 888365299150

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The 000RSGT is an affordable 14-fret "000" Road Series guitar with a polished gloss Sitka spruce top, solid sapele back and sides, and a solid one-piece sipo neck. Coupled with its black richlite neck... Click To Read More About This Product

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The 000RSGT is an affordable 14-fret "000" Road Series guitar with a polished gloss Sitka spruce top, solid sapele back and sides, and a solid one-piece sipo neck. Coupled with its black richlite neck with Style 28 with white ABS dot inlays, chrome enclosed tuners, single ring rosette, black Boltaron binding, and belly bridge help the 000RSGT emulates the appearance, integrity and tone of the Martin Style 18 Auditorium model. When you need to plug in, the 000RSGT comes with a Fishman Sonitone pickup system that includes an undersaddle transducer with soundhole-mounted volume and tone controls. It even includes a USB port which allows for easy plug and play with today's computer-based recording packages.


  • Construction: Mortise/Tenon Neck Joint
  • Body size: 000-14 Fret
  • Top: Solid Sitka spruce
  • Rosette: Single Ring
  • Top Bracing Pattern: A-Frame "X-1"
  • Top Braces: Solid Sitka spruce 5/16"
  • Back Material: Solid sapele
  • Side Material: Solid sapele
  • Binding: Black Boltaron
  • Neck: Solid one-piece
  • Neck Material: Solid sipo
  • Neck Shape: Modified Low Oval
  • Nut Material: White corian
  • Headstock: Solid/Standard Taper
  • Headplate: Indian Rosewood Pattern HPL
  • Fingerboard Material:Black Richlite
  • Scale Length: 25.4"
  • # of Frets: 20 (14 clear)
  • Fingerboard Width at Nut: 1-11/16"
  • Fingerboard Width at 12th Fret: 2-1/8"
  • Fingerboard Position Inlays: Style 28 with white ABS dots
  • Finish Back & Sides: Satin
  • Finish Top: Polished Gloss
  • Finish Neck: Satin
  • Bridge Material: Black Richlite
  • Bridge Style: Belly
  • Bridge String Spacing: 2-1/8"
  • Saddle: 16" radius/compensated/white tusq
  • Tuning Machines: Chrome enclosed with smart buttons
  • Recommended Strings: Martin SP Lifespan Phosphor Bronze Light Gauge (MSP7100)
  • Bridge & End Pins: White with black dots
  • Pickguard: Black
  • Case: 330 Hardshell
  • Interior Label: Paper Label
  • Electronics: Fishman Sonitone pickup system with USB
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One year warranty on Martin Backpackers, Little Martins and Ukuleles. Limited lifetime on other Martin guitars.

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MartinRoad Series 2015 000RSGT Acoustic-Electric Guitar With USB

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Great Guitar!

By craig conrad

from Herndon VA

Comments about Martin Road Series 2015 000RSGT Acoustic-Electric Guitar With USB:

I purchased this at my local Guitar Center a couple of weeks ago here in Northern VA. It is solid wood all around unlike the previous RS series. Most importantly, It has excellent tone. I compared this to the D-15 side by side at the store. It sounds as good if not better. It's supposed to "emulate" the D18 Auditorium guitar. It sounds amazing. The guitar comes with the Martin Case (green interior). It has great action, feels excellent in your hands (light) and it smells delicious. The Electronics are very good. I had it plugged into my tube set to clean and my tone deaf wife could not believe how amazing it sounded.

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Very nice addition to the collection!

By Sean

from Phoenixville, PA

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Comments about Martin Road Series 2015 000RSGT Acoustic-Electric Guitar With USB:

I recently purchased the 000RSGT and I must say that I am very pleased with the purchase thus far. I decided on this model because I was looking for something in the orchestra body size, with electronics in case I get back into performing, that I would feel more comfortable taking out of the house compared to my more expensive Martin. Out of the box my first impressions were that I was quite impressed with the appearance. The grain pattern on the sapele back and sides is extremely visually appealing. The finish overall seems very well done. The satin back and sides are nice and smooth feeling, and the gloss top is smooth and subtle enough to give it a nice appearance while not looking odd with the satin finish on the rest of the guitar. The tone of the guitar is very very nice, but I would expect as much from Martin. I personally love the orchestra size body, so I have no complaints there. The neck is comfortable to play and the fret board, while being made of the synthetic richlite materiel does feel very close to my other ebony boards. The setup of the guitar after letting it sit and acclimate for a few days was within factory spec range, but the action at the 12th fret was at the high end of the margin and was personally not quite what I like. A quick bit of work to shave the bridge saddle down to bring it in line with my other Martin was simple, and didn't require any further adjustments or produce any fret buzz. The first fret action was right on out of the box, and now the guitar plays perfectly up and down the neck for my preferences. The electronics worked out of the box, and the controls in the sound hole are accessible easily enough. I only plugged it into a small Pignose amp to ensure that it works, so I wont judge yet on the actual sound quality plugged in. I haven't tried out the USB connection yet so I can't comment on that. The only detraction I really have against this, and it is true with I believe just about every Martin model (at least as long as it has a 2 way truss rod) is that the adjustment nut in the sounds hole is very far back in the access hole which makes it difficult to reach with a normal hex key and get enough leverage to turn with the strings still on the body. It would be better if Martin would ship the hex key with the longer L shape that they offer through their online shop with the guitar to make adjusting the relief of the neck less of a hassle. Though if you are not one who prefers to do their own setup/routine maintenance then it really shouldn't affect your experience with the guitar. Overall for the price, to have a solid wood guitar with electronics and the Martin tone I give it 5 stars.

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