Martin

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  1. USED Martin 2010 000-28 Auditorium
    $1,895.00

    The Martin 000-28 is one of the finest guitars Martin ever came up with. It's got a balanced tone that's perfect for fingerpicking but with enough volume and bass response to keep up with a dreadnought. It's also an extremely comfortable body size that fits perfectly in your lap. Here we have a 2010 Martin 000-28 made in the USA. All solid wood with Indian Rosewood back and side, Sitka Spruce top, mahogany neck, and ebony fingerboard and bridge. It's a great sounding guitar, showing minimal cosmetic wear. There are no issues. The neckset is perfect, the frets are in near perfect condition, the neck is straight and true, action is low, without buzzing. 1-11/16" nut width. There's some a few very minor dings and scratches, overall the condition is excellent.  It's a fine guitar, ready to gig and be enjoyed.  Comes with original hard case.

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  2. Vintage 1967 Martin D-18 Rare Special Order
    $2,500.00

    Who has not seen the Andy Griffith show? If you raised your hand, go watch them all right now, then we'll talk. You back? Excellent. Remember Andy playing a Martin D-18 without a pickguard? Well, here's the story on that: Andy was doing the great movie, "A Face In The Crowd", and they needed a fancy guitar for the movie, so the prop man bought a new D-18 (this was the 50's), painted it black, put rhinestones all over it, and had "Lonesome Rhodes" painted on the front.  After filming, Andy stole the guitar...well, he borrowed it. He took it home, took all the finish off, and re-finished it in natural. He later took the guitar to New York, where John D'Angelico refinished it professionally for him. Andy liked the way it looked without the pickguard, so he kept it that way.  Pretty cool, right? The guitar we have is quite reminiscent of Andy's guitar.  We have a 1967 Martin D-18 that was special ordered without a pickguard. It came from the factory like that. A rare special order. Perhaps the original owner was an Andy fan. It's in very good condition, showing some playing wear. There is a small area on the upper bout where it looks like the guitar was bumped. The neckset is marginal; it's playable as-is, but would benefit greatly from a neckset. The frets are playable, but again, it would benefit from a refret. It is really a great sounding guitar. It has the vintage Martin D-18 tone...one of the most universally applicable and infinitely versatile tones. It is one of the coolest 60's Martin D 18 models I've seen in a long time. Comes with non original hard case.

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