Museum: Martin Guitars

An incredible sounding small-body Martin, from one of the best moments in the company’s production. 1932 was a seminal year...
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About as rare and exciting a left-handed guitar as this store has ever seen, here’s a vintage Martin to keep all of our lefty re...
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A particularly warm, dark, and open early 60’s Martin D-18, and a very fine choice for anyone looking for a vintage mahogany dre...
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Designed by Folkway's Mark Stutman at 2015's NAMM show, this custom D-28 was spec'd out with vintage features throughout and built...
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Martin’s 0-15 was introduced in 1940 as the company’s least expensive model. It replaced the 0-17 upon its release, but only...
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Another fine offering from Martin's Performing Artist series, the GPCPA4 Rosewood features the comfortable Performing Artist neck...
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A near mint-condition lefty OM-28. Here’s a chance to get a nearly new OM-28 at used guitar pricing. The guitar sounds incredi...
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With some of the most incredible Guatemalan rosewood we’ve ever seen, vintage/authentic build specifications and a scalloped bra...
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A warm and open-sounding, taper-braced 1946 Martin 0-17 with a low and easy-playing set-up. Great mid-range presence, looseness,...
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Martin’s D-28 Authentic 1937 is a careful recreation of the company’s original wide-neck, forward braced herringbone D-28s bui...
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If Martin were to design a 00-28 Authentic 1935 it might very well be designed just like this guitar. It’s a 2013 Custom Shop b...
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With 10 years under its belt, this Martin 000-28EC has opened up beautifully. Its tone is complex and developed, with a thickness...
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