Martin Guitars Model 0

Martin Guitars: 0-Models

Martin Guitar models use a labeling system containing an initial letter, number, or series of zeros specifying the body size and style. The Martin Model 5- is the smallest, advancing in size through 4-, 3-, 2-, 1-, 0-, 00- and 000- (though referred to as "Oh", "triple-oh", etc. they are actually denoted by zeros). These instruments originally had necks that joined the body at the 12th fret.

In 1931, Martin introduced D-bodied guitars under the C.F. Martin name. Around the same time, Martin introduced the OM models. Starting with the body of the 000-models, the Martin OM was squared at the shoulder to meet the body at the 14th fret and lengthen the scale. The 14-fret body of the OMs proved so popular that it quickly became the standard for 00-, 000-, and D- models as well.

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