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July 27, 2004
At this year's Summer NAMM show, Martin introduced a Hawaiian koa wood-grained HPL model as part of the X Series line of stock model Martin guitars.
The DCX1KE is a full-sized Dreadnought Cutaway with a bookmatched solid spruce top and koa grained high-pressure laminate (HPL) back, sides and headplate. The fingerboard and bridge are crafted from solid striped ebony, and the neck is shaped from naturally colored Stratabond. The guitar also comes equipped with a Fishman Classic IV Sonicore onboard electronics system.
List Price $949.00
For more information, visit their web site at www.martinguitar.com