#3
Martin 000-15?
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#4
It's actually a Martin d-15. John said that he has two of them and these have smaller bodies than 000-15. He always wanted a bigger body martin, because its better for chord playing. Thats what I read about it.
#6
There is no way that this one in the video is a D-15. It's much too small. Probably an 000-15.
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#7
it is a vintage 0-15 which is part of the 15 series. This is different to the 000-15.
#9
There is no way on earth a Martin Grand Auditorium body is bigger than a Dreadnought. Even if you custom made an 000 the size of a Dreadnought, it would essentially be a Jumbo or Super Jumbo and not an 000 anymore.

https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/announcement.php?f=27&announcementid=103

Scroll down to "Guitar Sizes And How it Affects Sound..." and look at the 000/OM compared to the 14 fret Dreadnought. I highly doubt John Frusciante would be using a 12 fret Dreadnought. And even then, they're about equal size. Aside from that, Dreadnoughts are usually thicker than the 000's.
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#10
Yeah, I might be wrong. I just read that he strictly used two d-15 from 1930-1940 or sthg like that, and that they were small and John always wanted a bigger body guitar.