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Item Reviews for: Martin DCPA4 Rosewood Performing Artist Acoustic Electric Guitar  -  MAT DCPA4RW LIST

Great value, great guitar
By: Bryan S. from New Orleans, Louisiana      Submitted: 8/1/2014

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General Your general opinion of this product. Packaged well; double boxed. Well setup out of the box. With the all solid wood construction, the tone is full range and glorious. And, you know that it will age well. A lot of companies are making an affordable product, but Martin hit the bullseye by leaving the body woods solid, the neck solid, but saving cost at the fret board, bridge, and leaving all but the sound board satin. So, easy to play with one of the most comfortable necks I have had in my hand. The action made even difficult chords easier to fret and ring clear. All the great aspects you associate with Martin, at a price that is affordable for a smaller budget.
Great Martin Guitar
By: Jack from Florida      Submitted: 7/27/2013

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Your general opinion of this product. We bought this from American Musical as a replacement for a Takamine. It blows the Takamine away. Also, much better than a comparable priced Taylor. It was setup from the factory and plays great. Has the typical Martin tone, and would be great for Bluegrass. It will be used as the Rhythm guitar in a traditional country band, amplified using a GK MB200 amp and a 12" SICA Neo Dymium Bass Speaker.
A class act
By: Martinluver from Huntsville, AL      Submitted: 7/8/2013

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Your general opinion of this product. Played Taylors up to 314s,Gibson Hummingbird Pro Cutaway and just about all the Martins. This dent and scratch from AMS was obviously a return. Only problem I can find is some scuffing on the case and one really tiny less than 1/16th mark on the neck. The DSP was in way better condition than any guitar I played off the rack at a music store. The mark polished out.
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