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1973 Martin D28 – £3299

1973 Martin D28 – £3299

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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2002 Martin 000-28 VS

2002 Martin 000-28 VS

SOLD  Martin's Vintage Series has attracted great plaudits, and this guitar shows you why. Harking back to Martin’s historical predecessors, this is an 000 size 12 fret guitar with a Sitka Spruce top and Indian Rosewood back and sides. It’s scallop braced, with...

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1987 Martin M64  –  £2199

1987 Martin M64 – £2199

NEW ARRIVAL  Only produced between 1985 - 1995, the Martin M64 is a very unusual guitar. The M series is a great all-round body design from Martin, big enough to to challenge a jumbo in volume, but not as deep bodied making it far more comfortable to play. Essentially...

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2014 Martin D28 1935 Sunburst  –  £2499

2014 Martin D28 1935 Sunburst – £2499

NEW ARRIVAL  A lot of people consider the Martin D28 to be the benchmark Spruce / Rosewood dreadnought. Tonally it has a very complex sound, great depth and resonance, plenty of punch and attack, and well balanced with superbly articulated clarity. Dreadnoughts are...

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1928 Martin 2-17

1928 Martin 2-17

SOLD  It’s rare to find a Martin guitar from the 20’s, let alone one that plays so well. The 2-17 is an all Mahogany guitar, sized somewhere between a parlour and an 0. It feels as light as a feather, yet the volume it produces is quite surprising. The 12 fret join...

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1972 Martin D18

1972 Martin D18

SOLD  As 60's Martins are becoming more expensive and harder to find, early 70's equivalents are becoming the more affordable option. This guitar is 52 years old and wonderfully matured, with a richness and resonance so few newer guitars can even hope to come close...

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2013 Martin OM-21

2013 Martin OM-21

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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2005 Martin J-15  –  £1299

2005 Martin J-15 – £1299

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 jumbo model - in fact it's been discontinued. As well as it’s distinctive good looks, the all Mahogany body gives a...

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1972 Martin D28  –  £3299

1972 Martin D28 – £3299

NEW ARRIVAL  The D28 has been the go to acoustic for countless players over the years, and is pretty much the industry standard Spruce / Rosewood dreadnought. It has an uncannily familiar sound, and that’s because it’s on so many 70’s albums - from folk to Americana....

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2014 Martin DCPA5  –  £799

2014 Martin DCPA5 – £799

NEW ARRIVAL  This 2014 Martin DCPA5 Performing Artist guitar features a solid Sitka Spruce top and high pressure laminated (HPL) back and sides with a Mahogany wood pattern with a single cutaway to provide easy playability on a traditional dreadnought design. The...

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2006 Martin 0000-21 Custom  –  £2299

2006 Martin 0000-21 Custom – £2299

NEW ARRIVAL  In this Custom limited edition run 0000-21, Martin have answered the question, what would a Martin Jumbo sound like with Spruce top and Rosewood back and sides. The answer is it produces a rich full sound, with a deep throaty bass, yet well balanced and...

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2014 Martin OMCPA4 Performing Artist series  –  £1199

2014 Martin OMCPA4 Performing Artist series – £1199

NEW ARRIVAL  Martin launched the Performing Artist series in 2013. The idea was to produce an electro acoustic with the famous Martin build and tonal quality for the modern player wanting high end electrics and a cutaway. Using all solid tone woods, the guitar...

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