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Martin Guitar Body Sizes Chart

0 12 Fret Guitar

  • Total Length 37 3/4"
  • Body Length 19 1/8"
  • Body Width 13 1/2"
  • Body Depth 4 1/16"

00 12 Fret Guitar

  • Total Length 37 3/4"
  • Body Length 19 5/8"
  • Body Width 14 1/8"
  • Body Depth 4 1/16"

000 12 Fret Guitar (also OM)

  • Total Length 39 5/8"
  • Body Length 20 9/16"
  • Body Width 15"
  • Body Depth 4 1/8"

D 12 Fret Guitar

  • Total Length 37 7/8"
  • Body Length 21"
  • Body Width 15 5/8"
  • Body Depth 4 7/8"

0 14 Fret Tenor Guitar

  • Total Length 35 1/4"
  • Body Length 17 1/8"
  • Body Width 13 9/16"
  • Body Depth 4"

00 14 Fret Guitar

  • Total Length 38 5/8"
  • Body Length 18 7/8"
  • Body Width 14 5/16"
  • Body Depth 3 1/4"

000 14 Fret Guitar

  • Total Length 38 5/8"
  • Body Length 18 7/8"
  • Body Width 14 5/16"
  • Body Depth 4 1/8"

00 14 Fret Deep Body Guitar

  • Total Length 38 5/8"
  • Body Length 18 7/8"
  • Body Width 14 5/16"
  • Body Depth 4 5/8"

00 14 Fret Sloped Shoulder

  • Total Length 39 9/16"
  • Body Length 19 7/16"
  • Body Width 14 3/4"
  • Body Depth 4 1/8"

000 14 Guitar (also OM)

  • Total Length 39 13/16"
  • Body Length 19 3/8"
  • Body Width 15"
  • Body Depth 4 1/8"

Grand Performance 14 Fret

  • Total Length 40 3/8"
  • Body Length 19 3/4"
  • Body Width 15 3/4"
  • Body Depth 4 1/2"

0000 14 Fret Guitar (also M)

  • Total Length 40 5/8"
  • Body Length 20 1/8"
  • Body Width 16"
  • Body Depth 4 1/8"

D 14 Fret Guitar

  • Total Length 40 1/2"
  • Body Length 20"
  • Body Width 15 5/8"
  • Body Depth 4 7/8"

D Jr 14 Fret Guitar

  • Total Length 37 5/8"
  • Body Length 18 7/32"
  • Body Width 14 1/4"
  • Body Depth 4 3/8"

J 14 Fret Guitar

  • Total Length 40 5/8"
  • Body Length 20 1/8"
  • Body Width 16"
  • Body Depth 4 7/8"

Grand J 14 Fret Guitar

  • Total Length 41 1/2"
  • Body Length 21"
  • Body Width 17"
  • Body Depth 4 7/8"

Martin Size "0" 12 Fret

Martin Size "00" 12 Fret

Martin Size "000" 12 Fret

Martin Size "OM" 14 Fret

Martin Size "D" 14 Fret


For over a century and a half, The Martin Guitar Company has been producing acoustic instruments that are known to be the finest in the world.

The Martin Guitar Company has, through the years, continued operation under family management, which is a remarkable feat. It reflects six generations of dedication to the guitarmaker’s craft.

Throughout its history, Martin has adapted successfully to continual changes in product design, distribution systems, and manufacturing methods. In spite of the many changes, C. F. Martin has never swayed from its initial commitment to quality. The concern for producing the finest instruments possible in 1833 is evident today at Martin’s expanded facility in Nazareth, Pennsylvania.


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