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Thread: Wanted - Martin style 1 centennial soprano

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    Default Wanted - Martin style 1 centennial soprano

    Looking to buy or trade for a Martin Style 1 Centennial

    Possible trade stuff

    Mainland Cedar rosewood baritone
    Kaka exotic Mahogany electric
    G&L ash telecaster guitar
    Fishman Loud x Acoustic amp
    Yari CY116 classical guitar
    (Originally a Northern Yankee
    But now a good old southern boy)

    Martin IZ Commenorative Tenor
    Martin style 1 1950 soprano
    Koaloha Special issue Purple heart Tenor
    Koaloha Long Neck Soprano Koa
    Kamaka 100 year anniversary model hf-1
    Kanilea Concert Koa
    Southern Cross Banjo Concert

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    I saw one in Reverb..

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    Out of curiosity, what are the differences between these and the S1?

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    Quote Originally Posted by EDW View Post
    Out of curiosity, what are the differences between these and the S1?
    Not much: Centennial sticker inside, black saddle & nut, black tuner buttons. Unless you just have to have one for the Centennial cachet, or to complete a collection, IMO, the $500.00 would be better spent on a nice vintage Martin soprano, which are legendary. I had one of the Centennials. It was just like an S1. It played nice, sounded good, but vintage Martins sound miles better. YMMV.
    Last edited by Ukecaster; 03-08-2018 at 06:30 AM.

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    How about an actual 100 year old Martin? Just bumped them up see 2 Very Vintage Martins

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    still looking...

    may also be interested in a reg s-1 martin
    if cheap enough.
    (Originally a Northern Yankee
    But now a good old southern boy)

    Martin IZ Commenorative Tenor
    Martin style 1 1950 soprano
    Koaloha Special issue Purple heart Tenor
    Koaloha Long Neck Soprano Koa
    Kamaka 100 year anniversary model hf-1
    Kanilea Concert Koa
    Southern Cross Banjo Concert

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