Martin D28 Acoustic Guitar with Case Dreadnought

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    Own an American classic! The Martin D-28 dreadnought acoustic guitar introduced the world to large-bodied guitars more than 85 years ago and still reigns supreme.

    Celebrated for its powerful resonance and volume, the Martin D-28 is equally at home in the studio, living room or on the stage, with a gorgeous dreadnought body that produces a strong bass response without diminishing the clarity of the treble strings.

    With its sturdy Sitka spruce top and solid East Indian rosewood back and sides, the D-28 is crafted from the same premium tonewoods as its luxe cousin, the D-45, but at a more modest price point that puts it well within reach. Other features include a mahogany low-profile neck with the classic Martin volute at the headstock joint, an ebony fingerboard, a polished gloss finish and reliable Schaller M6 chrome tuners. Each instrument also comes with a Martin molded case and the C.F. Martin & Co. Limited Lifetime Warranty.

    First issued by C.F. Martin & Co. in 1931, the D-28 revolutionized the acoustic guitar world and quickly became the standard against which other guitars are judged. Its full-bodied sound has been favored by artists as far-ranging as Hank Williams Sr., Bob Dylan, Paul McCartney, Neil Young, Joni Mitchell, David Gilmour, Tony Rice and Beck.

    There’s a reason the Martin D-28 tops many players’ choice lists year after year. Its rich bottom end and warm trebles pair up to create a singular musical statement. Fingerpickers will find plenty to love in the D-28’s buttery action, but it also strums with a big, open voice that players can push hard when they need to. Whether you’re looking for a bass cannon for your bluegrass outfit or a creative partner for your next songwriting project, the Martin D-28 is your obvious choice!

    Product Specifications

    Martin D28 Acoustic Guitar Specifications

    • Model: D-28
    • Body Style: 14-Fret Dreadnought (D)
    • Series: Standard Series
    • Top Wood: Solid Sitka Spruce
    • Rosette: Black and White
    • Pickguard: Black
    • Bracing: Standard 5/16 inch
    • Side Wood: Solid East Indian Rosewood
    • Back Wood: Solid East Indian Rosewood
    • Back Construction: 2 Piece
    • Back Inlay Strip: Checkered (Style 28)
    • Fingerboard and Bridge: Ebony
    • Binding: White
    • Neck Width at Nut: 1 11/16 inch
    • Scale Length: 25.4 inches
    • Frets Clear: 14
    • Frets Total: 20
    • Body Finish: Gloss
    • Number of Strings: 6
    • Recommended Strings: MSPLUS-3200 Medium 80/20 Bronze
    • Case: Included



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    James Kirk
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    An amazing guitar
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    It's a Martin D-28. What more is there to say? Its amazing. I also want to give a shout out to Dustin, Mark, Chris and everyone else involved getting this awesome ax to my front door. Thanks guys!!!!
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    Jim
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    Insane sound kind glad I waited 5 years to get the d28..I just kept practicing on the baby martin
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    Every thing I had waited 5 years to get and hoped for the martin arrived in perfect shape the guys and gal at AMS are true pros and very easy to work with...AWSOME PEOPLE ?? I did have to get the action lowered on had 12s put on ..my new d28 is now perfect amazing sound
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    David Treadway
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    I LOVE THIS GUITAR
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    I don't have to really comment. It's a damn Martin isn't it.
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