In many ways, the Limited-Edition Martin CEO-7 looks, feels, and sounds like a reissue of an iconic "Golden Era" Martin model—except Martin never made a model quite like it until 2015. The CEO-7 features a slope-shouldered, 14-fret 00-body with a solid Adirondack Spruce top and solid mahogany back and sides. Like its Vintage Series and Golden Era cousins, the CEO-7's top is braced with 1/4" scalloped Adirondack Spruce braces. The result is a comfortable short-scale guitar that is lightweight and surprisingly loud and responsive for its small, compact size. With a 1-3/4" nut width, solid Ebony fingerboard, and a Modified V neck profile, the CEO-7 captures the feel of a '30s Martin, but its modern drop-in bone saddle allows for future adjustability and a multitude of pickup options for the stage or the studio. Combine all of that with Martin's "Autumn Sunset" sunburst top finish, Golden Age Relic nickel tuners, and 1933-style script peghead decal, and the result is a guitar painstakingly reminiscent of—as well as heavily inspired by—classic '30s Martin flat-tops. But at the same time, the Martin CEO-7 is truly something new, and you're going to love it just as much as we do.