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1987 Martin J40 R  –  £2199

1987 Martin J40 R – £2199

NEW ARRIVAL  The J40R was only produced between 1985 - 89 with scalloped bracing, before being renamed the J40 with standard bracing, making this era model highly desirable. This is a jumbo body with dreadnought depth, therefore it has the bass and volume of an HD-28...

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2006 Martin D18VS  –  £1999

2006 Martin D18VS – £1999

SOLD  From Martin's Vintage Series - this is a dreadnought body size 12 fret guitar with a Sitka Spruce top and Mahogany back and sides. It’s scallop braced, with a slot headstock, and features an Ebony fretboard and bridge, plus bone nut and saddle, and Waverley...

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2016 Martin 0-18  –  £1799

2016 Martin 0-18 – £1799

NEW ARRIVAL  The Martin 0-18 is an 0 size guitar with a Sitka Spruce top and Mahogany back and sides with scallop bracing. It features an Ebony fretboard and bridge, plus bone nut and saddle, vintage style open-geared tuners, and aged toner on top. All of these...

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1999 Martin SWOM  –  £1299

1999 Martin SWOM – £1299

NEW ARRIVAL  Introduced in the late 90’s, Martin’s SW (Sustainable Wood) range was one of the first of it’s kind. Proving that high end guitars can be produced in an ethically sourced way. This OM is made from all solid woods, and features a Sitka Spruce top with...

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1986 Martin 000-28  –  £2099

1986 Martin 000-28 – £2099

SOLD  The Martin 000-28 is pretty much the industry standard fingerstyle guitar, found in most recording studios, and played by many of the greats. It’s a Spruce topped 000 guitar with Rosewood back and sides, and at 34 years old has a real maturity to it’s tone -...

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1938 Martin R17  –  £2199

1938 Martin R17 – £2199

NEW ARRIVAL  Only produced between 1932 and 1942, Martin’s R series archtops are pretty hard to find, and it’s very unusual to find an all Mahogany archtop. Not the wood of choice at the time, but 80 years on and the Mahogany has aged and matured beautifully. It gives...

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1973 Martin D28  –  £2399

1973 Martin D28 – £2399

SOLD  With 60’s D28’s becoming very expensive because of the scarcity of Brazilian Rosewood, early 70’s examples are now much more sought after. This is a fine example, it’s 47 years of play have given the guitar a richer, fuller bodied tone than more recent examples....

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