Vintage Instruments: Martin Guitars

Martin’s round hole C-1 archtops were built from mid 1931 into late 1932 and were the company’s first archtop guitars. The gu...
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Martin’s 0-28VS is a modern instrument inspired by the 12 fret 0-28 models of the late 1920s. The guitar features a body of Ind...
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Martin’s now-discontinued D-28 Marquis was the company’s most popular vintage-series Dreadnought throughout its production run...
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Here’s a recent Martin 000-28EC with a beautiful sunburst finished top, bevelled tortoise Delmar pickguard, and straight grained...
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We have a soft spot in our hearts for sunburst-topped Martin Guitars. There’s something about them that just looks so good to a...
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A time-capsule guitar, this 1931 Martin 0-18K has survived the years without any cracks or loose braces, almost no finish wear or...
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Among the most finely preserved Herringbone D-28s we’ve had the pleasure of having through the store, this 1941 Martin D-28 does...
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One of the good ones, this 1975 Martin D-18 has a very warm, open, full and dark voice, with definition in the bass and roundness...
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With its highly figured koa body, herringbone style 28 trim, attractive wooden purflings, and fresh conversion to Spanish style fr...
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Martin’s HD-35 takes the lightly built D-35 model and adds more top flexibility to the mix with scalloped braces. The result is...
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The rarest of Martin’s 0-size koa Hawaiian models, the 0-21K was out-produced by the style 28 koa ten-to-one, and is 50 times le...
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Martin’s first 12-string model to enter production was the D12-20. The first of these instruments were completed in the latter...
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