Although Clarence White is most associated with the 1935 Martin D-28 that is now owned by Tony Rice, on most of the famous bluegrass records he made with the Kentucky Colonels White used a D-18. In 2001 Martin paid tribute to that lesser known, but still great sounding guitar with the limited edition Martin D-18CW. For this special guitar, Martin decided to make the back from figured mahogany and Adirondack spruce, a combo that produces a clear balanced tone with plenty of punch. This particular D-18CW is in fine condition with just the slightest amount of play wear. There is just a bit of fret wear and a few very minor scuffs here and there that don’t show up in the photographs. This guitar is #132 of 292 built. Includes the original hardshell case which is in good condition but it is missing one latch.