Museum: Martin Guitars

Serial # 40014. A very special guitar, built in one of Martin's best years. 1929 was the year Martin introduced the OM, and...
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Serial # 113461. Is there a lefty out there who doesn't completely want this guitar?! It's a Brazilian rosewood 000-28, factory le...
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Serial # 173306. With its quarter-sawn Brazilian rosewood back and sides and tortoise bindings, the D-21 is stylistically akin to...
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Serial # 51035. Original Martin OMs are about as rare as a popular model of guitar can get. There were only some 485 OM-28s buil...
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Serial #322734. The New Yorker models were introduced by Martin in 1961, and aimed to appeal to the folk musicians who were buyin...
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Serial # 828925. A near-perfect teenage D-18, with a wonderfully developed tone, and a professionally installed LR Baggs Anthem p...
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Serial # 51099. The C1 was the least expensive of the 15" C series archtops built by Martin Guitars between 1931 and the onset o...
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A one of a kind Martin OM-28, designed by Folkway Music's Mark Stutman, and built with an exquisitely quarter-sawn set of Madagasc...
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Serial # 1724330. The new 000-28VS captures the essence of one of Martin's rarest models - the steel string long scale 12 fret 00...
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Serial # 972285. With its solid rosewood back and sides, Sitka spruce top, cut-away body and Fishman premium blend onboard pickup...
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The 00-21 is something of an outlier in Martin's post-1930 instrument line-up. The model has the distinction of being the only 12...
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Serial # 56870. 1934 was something of a magical year for the instruments being constructed in Nazareth. It seems that Martin and...
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