Model: T-style / medium aging, Body: swamp ash, Neck: maple w/ rosewood veneer fingerboard, Nut material: bone, Nut width: 1.650”, Fret size: 6105, Fingerboard radius: 9.50”...
At DAG, each artist we represent is with us because we feel that they have a special skill or create a specific model or product that is superior to all others in its class. With Mario, it is his vintage reproductions of the Strat styles of the '50s and '60s that we feel have that extra mojo worthy of attention. We also place great value in his ultralight T-style guitars which although not being vintage correct in regard to construction, produce tones that most musicians would spend a lifetime as well as a fortune in money trying to secure. Mario is a master luthier with a set of golden ears and regardless of whether it’s his S or T style or his T-Master or Serpentine, you can be assured that you are purchasing a masterfully built, magnificent sounding instrument that plays with the greatest of ease.
- Model: T-style / medium aging
- Body: swamp ash
- Neck: maple w/ rosewood veneer fingerboard
- Nut material: bone
- Nut width: 1.650”
- Fret size: 6105
- Fingerboard radius: 9.50”
- Neck shape: ‘C’ (.840” @ 1st fret / .910” @ 12th fret)
- Top/side dots: clay
- Strings: D’Addario .010-.046
- Tuners: staggered Gotoh Kluson style
- Pickguard: 3 ply parchment
- Hardware: vintage w/ compensated steel saddle bridge
- Pickups: Lollar Special T Series
- Electronics: 4 way switching, CTS Ppots, Switchcraft jack, Orange Drop cap., cintage cloth wire
- Finish: nitrocellulose
- Body color: olympic white w/ cowgirl pinup decal
- Neck color: vintage amber tint
- Accessories included: deluxe hardshell case and Certificate of Authenticity / dated & hand signed by Mario Martin
- Weight of guitar: 5 lbs. 09 oz.
Comments received on Mario T Style guitars
“My Mario Tele style is the shit! I have played Fender CS, GVCG, Danocaster, you name it – and the Mario tele beats them all in sound, weight, and looks. Keep up the great work!!” - Jeffrey T.
“Your relic T styles are to die for! So what is your technique for getting the stress cracks in your finish? Very nicely done and extremely believable. Probably the best I've seen. Oh and the nicks are artwork” - Brent G.
“For Teles there is no one you guys compete with. Awesome! The best! It is unbelievable how you guys finish a guitar!!!!!!!” - Kenneth C.
“I gotta know...how did you simulate the temperature checking? All the other builders guitars look like they used a compressed air spray can, and the checking is all uneven 'spider webbing.”' Mario, your finish checking looks REAL!!!” - Mark D.
“All other Tele builders need to take lessons from you Mario!” - Jordan D.
“Played one of your Teles today at a guitar center - all I can say is AMAZING! Love how you offer NON-RELICS as well as the beat up ones!” - Hayden S.