1995 Martin HD28  –  £2499

1995 Martin HD28 – £2499

NEW ARRIVAL  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...

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1981 Martin DC28E  –  £1799

1981 Martin DC28E – £1799

NEW ARRIVAL  Introduced in 1981, the DC28E was Martin’s offering to compete with the emergence of cutaway electro acoustics. Although comparing it to the likes of Taylor and Takamine in a little unfair - the Martin’s acoustic tone is, as you’d expect, far superior. As...

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1974 Martin D28  –  £2999

1974 Martin D28 – £2999

NEW ARRIVAL  Over the years, the D28 has become pretty much the industry standard Spruce / Rosewood dreadnought. It’s been played by countless famous musicians, and features on many classic songs. Early 70’s examples are becoming amongst the most desirable, since...

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2016 Martin DR Centennial  –  £1099

2016 Martin DR Centennial – £1099

SOLD  Built in a limited run, to commemorate 100 years of the dreadnought, the Martin DR Centennial is a particularly impressive guitar. Built from all solid tonewoods , it features an Adirondack Spruce top that has been treated with Martin's Vintage Tone System for...

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2015 Martin Custom Shop 0-18  –  £1999

2015 Martin Custom Shop 0-18 – £1999

NEW ARRIVAL  In 2015, the Martin Custom Shop built a small batch of 0-sized, 12 fret guitars featuring Sipo back and sides. Sipo is from the Mahogany family, with similar tonality, but more figured. Combined with the Sitka Spruce top and Grover open back tuners, the...

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1960 Martin 5-18  –  £2499

1960 Martin 5-18 – £2499

NEW ARRIVAL  The Martin style 5-18 is the smallest guitar made by Martin; at the lower bout, it measures 11.25″, while at the upper bout it is 8.25″. And its body is just 16″ in length, with a scale of 21.4″. Guitars of this size were part of the Germanic tradition of...

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2006 Martin D18VS  –  £2499

2006 Martin D18VS – £2499

NEW ARRIVAL  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...

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1948 Martin 0-15  –  £3499

1948 Martin 0-15 – £3499

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 very special. 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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1989 Martin 0-18  –  £1999

1989 Martin 0-18 – £1999

NEW ARRIVAL  The Martin 0-18 is an 0 size guitar with a Sitka Spruce top and Mahogany back and sides with scalloped bracing. It features a Rosewood fingerboard and bridge, plus bone nut and saddle, and upgraded Ebony bridge pins. All of these appointments are signs of...

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1975 Martin D35  –  £2499

1975 Martin D35 – £2499

SOLD  The Martin D35 is similar to the more famous D28 - a dreadnought with Spruce top and Indian Rosewood back and sides - only with a 3 piece Indian Rosewood back. What this does for the sound is add more bass, as the 3 piece back is stronger that the traditional 2...

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2014 Martin D15 M  –  £1099

2014 Martin D15 M – £1099

NEW ARRIVAL  The American made 15 Mahogany series of guitars has become a very popular addition to Martin’s catalogue, but it’s quite unusual to find a dreadnought model. As well as it’s good looks, the all Mahogany body gives a rich, warm sound, and the dreadnought...

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2012 Martin D18E Retro  –  £1999

2012 Martin D18E Retro – £1999

NEW ARRIVAL  With the Retro series of guitars, Martin have taken a ‘doner’ guitar that they think represents the classic tone of that particular model, and tried to replicate it both acoustically and amplified. With the D18 they’ve used a 1937 example from the Martin...

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