Martin OM-21L Left Handed

Includes Hard Case

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Manufacturer's ID: 11OM21L

What we say:

At A Glance:

Orchestral models (OM) are the choice for players who enjoy the single note projection of 000 bodies but need more body and low end, like a dreadnought. In many ways they are the best of both worlds. This OM-21 is a smart mix of old and new with a vintage tint finish and a modern neck profile. Left-handed players will enjoy a great 'scooped' tone with this: in other words, lots of sparkle, lots of bass and less mids. This is why it's popular with single note styles and fingerpickers. Even though it excels at that, it'll happily strum and chord with authority.

Features We Love:

 Modified Low Oval Neck Shape

This neck shape is suited to those with smaller hands or who prefer a slimmer neck. With this model, you'll be able to play for hours on end without hand pain getting in your way.


Martin's X-Brace system dates back almost 200 years, designed to present the perfect balance between reliability and optimised tonal quality, in a guitar that will last a lifetime. The X-Brace design supports the guitar's soundboard without negatively impacting the guitars natural resonance and character.


  • Comfortable neck shape
  • Martin's X-Brace offers consistent tonal quality

What's Included:

  • Martin OM-21L Left Handed
  • Hard Case


Body Size 000-14 Fret
Top Material Sitka Spuce
Bracing Pattern X
Brace Shape Scalloped
Brace Material Sitka Spruce
Back & Sides East Indian Rosewood
Neck Material Select Hardwood
Neck Shape Modified Low Oval
Nut Material Bone
Fingerboard Ebony
Scale Length 25.4"
Number of Frets 20
Nut Width 1.75"
Finish Type Gloss
Neck Finish Satin
Bridge Material Ebony
Saddle Compensated Bone
Tuners Nickel Open Gear

Customer reviews

Overall Rating 5 (1 reviews)

What is there to say? Martin guitars are always quality. I have played several and knew exactly what i wanted. The guitar came with corroded old strings which was a shame but having changed them straight away the guitar is now absolutely fine. It will need to settle in and then be properly adjusted but there is nothing which causes any concerns

P.A. - 29/5/2012