Museum: Martin Guitars

Introduced in early 2016, Martin's GPC-18E borrows the best pages from the Performing Artist and Style 18 playbooks, and combines...
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The now-retired D-28 Marquis was always one of our favourite Martin models during its production run. It’s a powerhouse of a gu...
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Serial # 60224. A delightful 30's tenor guitar, built during the best era at Martin. The guitar is in remarkably fine condition...
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A simply breathtaking fingerstyle guitar with a very light build, stunning appointments, and the kind of tone most of us dream abo...
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The now-discontinued Martin D-28 Marquis Sunburst was a store favourite during the length of its production. With its red spruce...
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An exceptionally fine mid-1970’s Martin D-35, with perfect action and set-up, and excellent tone. Through the 1970’s Marti...
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Herringbone, zig-zag back strip, and a serial number with one less digit are pretty much all that differentiates a 1946 from a 194...
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A near-flawless Martin 00-40H converted to Spanish by TJ Thompson. Among the finest prewar Martins we’ve ever made available,...
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A particularly special guitar, this 1926 Martin 000-18 is a beautifully preserved example of Martin’s then-biggest mahogany inst...
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Serial # 93360. The small bodied 0-17T is a favorite among the singer-songwriter crew, and really shines when set-up down-tuned t...
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The Martin D-18 was redesigned back in 2012 and has since become our shop’s best selling Martin model. The guitar features a sc...
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One of the very first guitars to receive a serial number in 1957, this Martin 00-18 has turned 60 with grace. The guitar is in ju...
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