Museum: Martin Guitars

Serial # 22206. Martin's Mandolins aren't really what put the company on the map, we'll admit, but the company's craftsmen certai...
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Serial #155270. A very attractive all-mahogany 0-15 in excellent condition. Crack free and completely original but for a new bon...
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Serial # 124198. The small but mighty 5-18 was built through nearly one hundred years, although the 1950's saw the bulk of the mod...
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Serial # 940728. A master-grade Sitka spruce top, a decade of warm-up time, upgraded Waverly tuning machines and a compensated bo...
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Serial # 55634. Martin's OM models were built between 1929 and 1933, but the transition from the long scale OM to the short scale...
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Serial # 75003. At $25 upon its introduction in 1940, the 0-15 was Martin & Co.'s most economical guitar. The company's response...
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Serial # 215330. Martin doesn't get due credit for the electric guitars the company produced in the 1960's. Their hollowbody F a...
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Serial # 1526685. The Martin OM-21 Special pays tribute to the simple-yet-beautiful Pre-War style-21 with its rosewood bound rose...
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Serial # 51519. A beguiling little tenor, with all kinds of built in inspiration. It's a small instrument that's tuned to C, and...
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Serial # 60253. An exceptionally fine sounding, crack and repair-free Martin 0-17 from one of the company's best years. Perfect...
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Serial # 115226. An incredibly fine early post-war war 00-18. The guitar is perfect, for lack of a better word: a small pickguar...
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Serial # 665950, # 2 of 14. Prior to 1998, C.F. Martin & Co. had built a total of 14 of the OM-45 Deluxe model ' all in 1930. Th...
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