The classic 1930 OM-28, the guitar model that we prize above most others, the namesake of our website, and practically a religious icon for us. I've known this particular OM for about a half a century and have held it in highest esteem the whole time. It's in excellent restored condition, with its original finish (gorgeous) and small "teardrop" pickguard, the banjo pegs have been replaced with Gotoh butterbean tuners, bridge and bridgeplate are accurate replacements, as well as the bar frets. Back in the 1960's the top had a break that has been solidly repaired ever since, and the neck was reset by slipping the block. Back in those days, this was ultra-advanced repair - nobody knew that you can take the neck out and reset it, except Martin: they knew but weren't telling!.