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1980s - Morris - Model MD-525 - Acoustic Guitar - Matsumoku - MIJ - Case

Morris
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Acoustic Guitars
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Morris MD 525 - Vintage Acoustic Guitar - MIJVintage Acoustic Dreadnought in very good condition.  Comes in Case, Free Shipping. This guitar was handmade early 1980s by Morris luthiers at their Matsumoto workshop. It was a part of Morris's new model lineup that was launched in 1981. The Model MD525 was...
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Morris MD 525 - Vintage Acoustic Guitar - MIJ

Vintage Acoustic Dreadnought in very good condition. 
Comes in Case, Free Shipping.

This guitar was handmade early 1980s by Morris luthiers at their Matsumoto workshop.

It was a part of Morris's new model lineup that was launched in 1981. The Model MD525 was the highest within MD series.  The construction and looks of this great guitar are based on the D45 blueprint.

Outstanding volume and response. Basses are deep and “clean”. Trebles are metallic but very smooth.  Overall condition of this guitar can be described as very good. Hardware has some aging to it, but still smooth and only few very light marks. Its neck is straight. Frets are level with 85% still there for long life.

Specification:

Top: Tight grain Solid Spruce
Bracing: Martin style X bracing with not scalloped braces
Finish: Natural / ultra-light gloss
Back & Sides: Andean Rosewood
Neck: Mahogany with 2-way truss rod (Turns)
Inlays/Markers: Green Pearl
Fingerboard: Brazilian Rosewood
Nut width: 43mm
Scale: 655 mm
Action: set to 3.3 mm under E6 and 2.8 mm under E1
Saddle: Good amount of life left for adjustments

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1980s - Morris - Model MD-525 - Acoustic Guitar - Matsumoku - MIJ - Case
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