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2012 Martin 000-28  –  £2099

2012 Martin 000-28 – £2099

NEW ARRIVAL  The Martin 000-28 is often described as the ultimate fingerstyle guitar. This example is in excellent condition, the Spruce top has started to mature and turn a beautiful golden colour, the Indian Rosewood back and sides are beautifully figured, and the...

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1949 Martin 00-18  –  £3499

1949 Martin 00-18 – £3499

NEW ARRIVAL  Late 40's 0018's are pretty difficult to find, and this example is excellent - one of the most surprising guitars I've played in quite a while. It works very well with fingerstyle play, well balanced and articulate, but also for strumming where the...

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1973 Martin D12-28  –  £1999

1973 Martin D12-28 – £1999

NEW ARRIVAL  Martin D28's are know for having a wonderfully rich and resonant tone, so a 12 string version is quite amazing sounding, and an early 70’s version is also very rare and highly desirable. Hit a G chord and the sound fills the room, ringing beautifully and...

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2014 Sigma SDR28 LME Ltd Edition  –  £699

2014 Sigma SDR28 LME Ltd Edition – £699

NEW ARRIVAL  Sigma guitars have had a long standing relationship with Martin guitars. In the 1970’s they used to be made in China then shipped to Martin & Co in the US for inspection and set up before being sold - meaning you could buy a Martin approved acoustic...

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1948 Martin 0-15  –  £2499

1948 Martin 0-15 – £2499

SOLD  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 guitar a...

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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

NEW ARRIVAL  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...

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2003 Martin OM-21  –  £1849

2003 Martin OM-21 – £1849

SOLD  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, ensures...

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1980 Martin D37K  –  £1799

1980 Martin D37K – £1799

NEW ARRIVAL This is one of my favourite Martin models, though quite a rare one being only made between 1980 - 1995, making this from the first year of issue. It's a dreadnought with Spruce top and flamed Koa back and sides - adding to it's rarity is that Koa is only...

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1979 Martin HD28  –  £1999

1979 Martin HD28 – £1999

 Visually the only obvious difference between a D28 and an HD28 is the herringbone binding, but that’s only half the story. The internal bracing of an HD28 is scalloped, and therefore allows the top to resonate more. This produces greater resonance and sustain, making...

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