Museum: Martin Guitars

Serial # 34578. A beguiling little tenor guitar, we have set-up this 5-17T with octave mandolin tuning, and it's really a joy to...
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Serial # 34273. An awe inspiring all-Koa 0-18, meticulously and perfectly converted from Hawaiian for standard playing. The guit...
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Serial # 91416. The 00-21 is one of the few models of Martin guitars that retained a 12-fret neck after 1934, and it stayed that...
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Serial #58073. Listening to a good mid 1930's Martin 000-28 is something of an auditory awakening; even the hundredth time around...
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Serial # 210188. A particularly lovely one-owner D-18 built in early 1966. This one features almost all of the 'early' 1960's D...
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No Serial number. Suffice to say, we simply cannot imagine ever finding a finer Style 3K than this particular instrument. It is...
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No Serial number, top pencil-dated 3/92. This New York stamped Martin is truly among the most inspiring little guitars we've ev...
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Serial # 67185. Call it a sunburst or call it a shade-top, either way it's among the most attractive and most exciting guitars we...
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Serial # 91088. A late wartime Martin D-18 with incredible tapered-brace tone, plenty of playwear charm and patina, and top-tier...
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Serial # 56997. With its shaded-top pre-war style 18 looks, 00-sized body, and wonderfully comfortable '34 carve rounded neck, the...
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Serial # 403743. At 37 years old, this D-18 has had some time to open up and develop into a great sounding instrument. It has a...
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Serial # 59874. It is safe to say that a '35 Martin 0-17 doesn't come any nicer than this. At least none that we've ever seen....
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