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    Johnny Cash's 1937 Martin 000-28 Natural Acoustic Guitar, Serial # 65756 Owned and Played by Graham Nash.

    From Graham's personal collection, this guitar belonged to the Man in Black. Not only has Graham owned this, he has also played it. This 1937 Martin 000-28 has been refinished and has a newer, correct style bridge. The bridge is starting to lift and will need to be reglued. There are some marks around the bridge from the replacement. The pickguard has been replaced. There are three holes filled, one in the binding inlay on the lower bout near the strap button and one in the center of the ice cream cone (volute) on the back of the headstock. The saddle, nut and bridge pins are non-original. Comes with a 60's Martin hardcase. COA from Graham Nash and Heritage Auctions.

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    Auction Dates
    July, 2019
    20th-21st Saturday-Sunday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 1
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