Yeah, you read it right! I recently bought a used (5 year old) Martin 000-15M (full mahogany) acoustic. It plays so smoothly, is shaped and sized perfectly, and sounds like the heavens are shining upon every note... AND IT SMELLS SO GOOD! Seriously, it's my favorite thing about this guitar! I never thought the sense of smell would be integrated into my guitar playing experience. It is such an awesome feeling to be able to have every one of my senses engaged at the same time. I can't be without the smell now! To describe it: It's almost "chocolatey" and at the same time "vanilla beany". I can't determine if it's the wood or an element of the finish (nitrocellulose, glue, ect.) or both. I'm not sure that it leans too heavily on either side of the spectrum but I MUST know how to preserve or enhance this! If the smell were to disappear I would seriously consider selling it, taking a loss, and buying a brand new one just to have it back. The ultimate goal after finding out how to preserve the smell would be to have my entire apartment smelling like this... FOR-EH-VER.