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1972 Martin D28S  –  £2499

1972 Martin D28S – £2499

NEW ARRIVAL  The Martin D28S was produced between 1964 - 1993 and is still one of the most unusual and eye catching dreadnoughts from the Martin catalogue. A slope shouldered dreadnought with a slotted headstock and 12 frets to the body make it a very different beast...

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1979 Martin D18  –  £1999

1979 Martin D18 – £1999

NEW ARRIVAL  As 60's Martins are becoming more expensive and harder to find, 70's equivalents are becoming the more affordable option. This guitar is 42 years old and wonderfully matured, with a richness and resonance so few newer guitars can even hope to come close...

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1954 Martin 0-15  –  £2499

1954 Martin 0-15 – £2499

NEW ARRIVAL  This is a rare find, there were fewer 0-15’s made than the better known 00-15’s and 00-17’s, and such an early example is a real treat. The all Mahogany body gives warmth and depth to the woody tone, and the slightly smaller body than a 00 gives this...

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1973 Martin D28  –  £2799

1973 Martin D28 – £2799

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 48 years of play have given the guitar a richer, fuller bodied tone than more recent examples....

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1999 Martin OM-21  –  £1849

1999 Martin OM-21 – £1849

NEW ARRIVAL  The OM-21 is one of the most popular Martin guitar models, only two years after its introduction, the OM-21 was the top-selling non-dreadnought in the Martin range. This guitar’s combination of mid sized body, and long scale neck, with 1-3/4 nut size,...

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1999 Martin 00-15  –  £1099

1999 Martin 00-15 – £1099

NEW ARRIVAL  The Martin 00-15 is a modern version of Martin’s famous 40’s all Mahogany guitars. It’s 00 body delivers rich low end, while giving each note a balance and clarity that works as a solo instrument or for accompanying your voice. The solid Mahogany body...

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1989 Martin 0-16NY  –  £1999

1989 Martin 0-16NY – £1999

SOLD  The Martin 0-16NY was made from 1961 until 1995 and in that time only 6,138 were made, so this model is rare. The model played by Ian Anderson of Jethro Tull, the 0-16 NY is a parlour guitar, with slot headstock, and a wider neck joining at the 12th fret....

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2012 Martin Custom Shop 00-18V  –  £2499

2012 Martin Custom Shop 00-18V – £2499

NEW ARRIVAL  From Martin's Custom Shop, this 00-18V really stands out from the crowd with a beautifully faded sunburst finish. It features a Sitka Spruce top with Mahogany back and sides, has scalloped bracing, an Ebony fretboard and bridge, plus bone nut and saddle,...

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1990 Martin HD28  –  £2299

1990 Martin HD28 – £2299

SOLD  The HD28 is considered to be a step up from a standard D28, with Ebony fingerboard and bridge, scalloped bracing and Herringbone trim. The scalloped bracing make this guitar very lively, the top resonating more than a standard D28. It produces a big sound, with...

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2014 Martin Custom 0-12 VS MMV  –  £1999

2014 Martin Custom 0-12 VS MMV – £1999

ON HOLD  In 2014, the Martin Custom Shop built a small batch of 0-sized VS guitars. The 0-12 VS MMV is a parlor-sized 12-fret guitar. The top is made of Sitka Spruce and the back and sides are made of East Indian Rosewood. It has a Style 28 rosette, a slotted...

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1999 Martin 000-15  –  £1099

1999 Martin 000-15 – £1099

NEW ARRIVAL  This is American made, all Mahogany, Martin 000 size guitar in very good condition. The all Mahogany body gives a rich, warm sound and the 000 size body means the bass and treble response are very well balanced. Overall the guitar plays very well, looks...

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1989 Martin J40R  –  £2199

1989 Martin J40R – £2199

NEW ARRIVAL  Also known as a 0000 size, the J40M is essentially a Martin jumbo. It features a Spruce top with Rosewood back and sides, scalloped bracing, and the deluxe appointments of a 40 series Martin including beautiful hexagonal abalone inlays, and Ebony...

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