body: 19 3/8" L, 14 7/8" W, 3 15/16" D
14 fret neck
45 mm neck width at nut

 

One of my clients requested a Martin 00 body style for his dream guitar. The styling of this model was so sucessful I have added it to the Nyberg collection. He already owns a 1949 Martin 0-15 and really enjoys the small body style and even tone, but was very curious about the slightly larger double-0 size. Other requests included an abalone rosette, and a cocobolo body with cedar top. We ended up deciding upon a slightly longer scale length for improved performance with open and drop tunings. It's completed with the new Nyberg headstock logo inlay.

The size of OO works comfortably for any player and has great cannon-like response for fingerpicking, and really sings for flatpicking. The pictured guitar uses an optional rosette style, a Larson-influenced headstock front profile and a brazilian rosewood bridge. This guitar feels and sounds like it has been loved and played for decades. A true tone master that is just a joy to play.

Every Nyberg guitar incorporates solid body plates, a mahogany neck, ebony fingerboard and bridge, adjustable truss rod (through soundhole), chrome precision tuning heads, chrome strap buttons, bone nut and saddle and includes a hardshell archtop case. Lifetime warranty.

Check the Design Ethics Page for details on construction, design, and options such as pick-ups.

 

Starting at $3750 US ($4500 CAD), honduran mahogany body, choice of top, and rosewood binding. Hardshell case included.
Harlequin add $150.00.

Top Options Body Options Binding Options
cedar honduran mahogany rosewood
engelmann spruce flamed koa ebony
sitka spruce paduak brazilian rosewood
sitka spruce flamed maple  
port orford cedar quilted maple  
  indian rosewood  
  cocobolo  
     

Click here to contact me for specific pricing based upon your desired options.

 

00 Guitar: Western Red Cedar top, Cocobolo body

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