$ 3,029.00 $ 3,799.00
A well-balanced, highly percussive Grand Concert sure to please for years.
Martin’s 00-28 Grand Concert was created for the player that is searching for an instrument with a balanced sound, crystal-clear high end, controlled mids, and just the right amount of bass. To generate the tone, the 00-28 begins with a Sitka spruce top. Sitka is famous for its percussive attack and durability. Martin selected East Indian rosewood to add the right amount of bass to the sound of the top, and like all style 28 Martin guitars; the solid neck was hand fit using a dovetail neck joint. The dovetail neck joint is a technique that is found on most of the world’s finest hand crafted violins, cellos, and double basses. What does the neck joint do to the sound of the instrument? It’s an integral part of the tone and resonance of every musical instrument. With the 00-28, Martin continues the painstaking task of hand-fitting each guitar with a dovetail neck joint to give you the maximum amount of tone and sustain. The neck and body will resonate in harmony as one instrument; unlike instruments that are bright and thin because of bolts connecting the neck to the body. This guitar will ring for days.
Hardshell case included.
Sold Out $ 3,799.00
Martin's 00-28 Standard Grand Auditorium acoustic guitar is a great example of the quality craftmanship that Martin is famous for creating over their 185-year history. Prized for its combination of the finest tonewoods and construction techniques, the 2018 00-28 has all the tone and sustain that you have come to expect from a Martin guitar. The smaller grand auditorium body is tight, and well-balanced, making the guitar an excellent choice for the singer-songwriter or fingerstyle player. The hand-fit dovetail neck joint delivers a resonant tone with lots of sustain and character. A Sitka spruce top, with 5/6” scalloped X-bracing, tunes the sound of the guitar to have just the right amount of bass, midrange and treble.
This guitar is a player’s dream.
This 00-28 Standard Grand Auditorium has been upgraded to include a modified low-oval neck with high performance neck taper and 1 3/4” nut, aging toner, herringbone top inlay, antique white binding, 5/16” scalloped X-Bracing, Diamonds and Square fingerboard inlays, bone nut and saddle, and nickel open geared tuners. In final assembly, the instrument receives a computerized Plek setup to dial-in the action for the best possible string performance for each instrument. The result is an instrument with the optimal sound and feel. You won’t want to put this one down!
Includes a hardshell case.
Sold Out $ 1,999.00
The 000-17 is an Auditorium-sized model boasting a rich, warm sunburst or sharp black finish that will delight any player with its aesthetic beauty. Skillfully crafted from a solid Sitka spruce top and mahogany back and sides with grained ivoroid binding, a modified low oval neck with a Performing Artist taper, and a Guatemalan rosewood fingerboard and bridge, this guitar produces beautiful dynamic tones that will please the most discerning musician.
Sold Out $ 3,099.00
Carrying a distinct vintage-inspired design and updated like the D-18 a few years ago, the redesigned 000-18 offers many of the features found in Martin's pre-war era guitars. The 000-18, which has a beautiful aging toned top in Sitka spruce, is married with mahogany back and sides. The body is edged with tortoise binding and complemented with a polished finish. The 24.9" short scale model's neck features a modified low-oval profile with Performing Artist taper, with a width of 1-3/4" at the nut and 2-3/16" string spacing for easy playability. Nickel open-geared tuners with butterbean knobs are found with a rosewood headplate, which displays a large old style Martin logo. Includes case.
Sold Out $ 5,049.00
The Martin 000-28EC Eric Clapton Signature Acoustic Guitar is handcrafted with a premium East Indian rosewood back and sides and a bookmatched top of select quartersawn Sitka spruce. Its smaller 000 body size and short 24-9/10" scale help produce delicate, balanced tones. The rosette and soundboard are inlaid with herringbone wood marquetry, and the body is bound with grained ivoroid. An ebony fingerboard features a long diamonds-and-squares pattern in abalone pearl. Eric's signature is inlaid in mother-of-pearl between the 19th and 20th frets. Tastefully appointed with hand-beveled tortoise pickguard, nickel-plated open-geared machines equipped with unique butterbean knobs. Each Martin Eric Clapton Signature Guitar bears an interior label, individually numbered in sequence. Includes limited lifetime warranty and deluxe Martin hardshell case.
$ 1,999.00 $ 2,499.00
Following the success of the 000CDG Doug Greth model, the 000C Nylon Cutaway features a wide neck, slotted headstock and classical style bridge. Solid wood with a gloss top, this model is stage-ready with onboard Fishman F1 Analog electronics.
Sold Out $ 2,249.00
Solid long-term investment with quality tonewoods, highly playable neck and sharp burst finish.
This sloped shoulder model features a gorgeous Whiskey Sunset Burst finish on a solid Sitka spruce top. Mahogany back and sides are bound in grained ivoroid, a modern straightline Guatemalan rosewood bridge and a modified low oval neck with Performing Artist taper are combined to make this guitar not only fast and easy to play, but also something you will be proud to own for years to come.
Sold Out $ 2,249.00
The slope shoulder 00L-17E features a gorgeous whiskey sunset burst finish on a solid Sitka spruce top. Mahogany back and sides are bound in grained ivoroid, a modern straightline rosewood bridge and a modified low oval neck with Performing Artist taper are combined to make this guitar not only fast and easy to play but also something you will be proud to own for years to come. Topping it all off, you can also plug in and get accurate sound transfer via the Fishman Matrix VT Enhanced - NT1 preamp.
Hardshell case included.
$ 379.00 $ 449.00
This is a Martin S1 Mahogany Soprano Ukulele dated circa 1932-36 in "very good" condition. The tuning pegs have been replaced, but all else is original.
Ukuleles were in highest production from 1916 to the 1930's, though still manufactured in quantity until 1965. Production quantities during some periods were as great as Martin guitars. Martin ukes are considered to be the best for craftsmenship and sound. The Koa wood models are more collectible than mahagony models. The fancier style 5 models are worth more than plainer styles 0 to 3. All sizes are collectible.
The first Martin ukes, built in 1916, have serial numbers ranging from one to less than 200. Ukes made after 1916 do not have serial numbers and must be dated by specification changes.
Ukes have the Martin stamp on the back of the peghead until 1935. Peghead decals do not appear in catalog photos till after WWII.
Martin Style 1 Uke specs:
Introduced in 1918, the first Martin uke model made. Discontinued in 1965.
Introduced in 1918,
First 200 or so ukes serial numbered, thereafter without.
Rosewood outer body binding with inner black/white.
12 fret rosewood fingerboard with bar frets.
Earliest examples with boxwood bridge saddle and nut.
C.F.Martin & Co. on back of headstock.
Small dot inlays.
Rosewood friction pegs.
1920: Koa wood 1K available
1927: Patent pegs
1932: Decal logo on front of headstock
1934: T frets, dark plastic binding
1942: Style 1K last listed
1965: Style 1 last listed and discontinued.
Introduced in 1965, the Martin D-35 featured a unique, 3-piece back (wings are Brazilian, center is East Indian Rosewood). Brazilian rosewood was becoming harder to acquire and the three piece backs allowed the use of smaller pieces with no noticeable tone loss. Bob Johnson, who was hired in 1962 as a computer expert, later becoming a vice president of the company, came up with the idea of a three piece back, since Martin had a surplus of 6 inch sections. After a new bracing pattern was worked out, the D-35 was born! A favorite of Elvis, the D-35 was outselling the popular D-28 model within a few years of it's release.
The Martin 1970 D-35 was one of the last Martin's to use Brazilian Rosewood, resulting in a significant price drop in all models featuring Brazilian Rosewood. Brazilian Rosewood was, and is the most highly regarded wood for back and sides and was primarily used on the early pre-war guitars that we all love. Known for rich basses and crystal clear highs, as well as it's gorgeous figuring. This particular guitar has a wonderful crisp, dry tone. Very reminiscent of a 50's D28. Lots of definition and clarity with this one! With a sitka spruce top, it still remains highly responsive, perfect for fingerstyle players, or flatpicking lead lines.
This D-35 is a vintage instrument thus having very minor dings and scratches you would expect from a 46 year old instrument along with finish checking on the front of the body and some buckle rash on the back of the body. This is a very clean VINTAGE instrument. Brand new molded Martin hardshell case included.
$ 1,599.00 $ 2,049.00
The 2 Concert Uke is a concert-sized model crafted with solid genuine mahogany top, back and sides, joined with an applied dovetail mahogany neck. Appointments include ivoroid binding with black/white top inlay; the entire body is finished in satin lacquer. Gig bag included.
Martin's reputation is not built on hype. It's built on generations of guitarists who recognize the vibrant, brilliant tone produced by peerless craftsmanship and quality woods. This gorgeous D-41 Dreadnought Guitar will show you exactly what we're talking about. A solid spruce top with Martin's unique bracing pattern is hand-joined to lustrous rosewood sides and the 2-piece back. Polychrome abalone inlays in the rosette and ebony fretboard, combined with full binding and gold hardware, make the D-41 as sumptuous to gaze upon as it is to play. Includes case.
This is a USED guitar being sold in 'Very Good' condition. Hardshell case included.
Sold Out $ 1,075.00
The Martin Custom D Acoustic Guitar comes with simple appointments and a modest price that make it reminiscent of the 15 Series Martin guitars of the 1940s. The Custom D guitar eschews vintage all-mahogany construction for a select solid Sitka spruce top with lighter bracing for big projection. The guitar's solid East Indian rosewood back and sides produce ringing punch and sustain. The modified low-oval mahogany neck is set with a mortise-and-tenon neck joint and has an adjustable truss rod and solid Indian rosewood fingerboard. The body and neck are bound in white-colored binding. The Custom D guitar also has an ebony bridge and fingerboard, dot fretboard inlays, rosewood headstock overlay, and an inlaid single-ring rosette.
This is a USED guitar being sold in 'Fair' condition. This instrument sounds great but cosmetically shows it's years.
The Custom X-Series Acoustic-Electric Guitar gives you the full, sweet sound of a Martin acoustic with a cutaway for ease of playing. Fishman Presys Plus electronics make it stage and studio friendly, and its price won't break your back. Solid spruce top with A-frame X-bracing, HPL sides and back.
14-fret dreadnought cutaway body
Solid spruce top
HPL(High Pressure Laminate) back and sides
Fishman Presys Plus electronics with tuner
This is a USED guitar being sold in "very good" condition. Hardshell case included.
$ 1,999.99 $ 3,299.99
Sold Out $ 699.00
Inspired signature model with quality tonewood marriage and artwork from the album and artist whose names it bears.
From budding YouTube discovery to international pop sensation, Ed Sheeran is one of the most recognizable male artists in the music industry. Immediately recognizable with his freewheeling red bedhead, you'll also rarely ever see him without a guitar in his hands, most notably his Martin Guitar Ed Sheeran X Signature Edition (with its X art to reflect his second album) or his Martin X Series LX1E Little Martin (with a + symbol on it as an ode to his first release).
After a year-long creative hiatus, the multiple Grammy Award-winning singer-songwriter came back with a vengeance in 2017 with his third album, Divide, which topped the charts in 14 countries, including his first home, the UK, and his new home, the United States. Coinciding with this successful artist's latest effort, Martin and Sheeran have collaborated once again with the aptly named Ed Sheeran Divide (or ÷) Signature Edition. This third collaboration is built upon Ed’s love of the LX1E Little Martin, and continuing with his mathematical themed album cover art. It completes the Ed Sheeran 3 trilogy of Martin Signature guitars that have supported Sheeran along his soaring career path to super stardom.
The Ed Sheeran 3 Divide Signature Edition features a solid Sitka spruce top etched with Sheeran’s album art and a blue soundhole rosette to match. The body is constructed with mahogany HPL back and sides to produce a nice, big sound, and sports blue ÷ symbols across the fingerboard and headstock. Fishman Sonitone electronics let you take the stage with confidence much like the man it's named after. Each Divide model is equipped with a Custom interior label and comes with a gig bag.
$ 3,359.00 $ 4,249.00
Tone, comfort, and speed for those who walk the path less traveled.Scalloped bracing and the perfectly balanced deep resonance of our Grand Performance body combine for blossoming arpeggios and throaty chords. Compact and versatile electronics so you can shape your sound anywhere, anytime to sound as good plugged in as you do unplugged. Authentic East Indian rosewood, Sitka spruce, bold herringbone, and vintage appointments for serious style, Martin’s most comfortable neck and a cutaway for speed and playability.
$ 3,359.00 $ 4,299.00
Tone, comfort, and speed.
Scalloped bracing and the impeccable balance of the orchestra model with a cutaway for upper fret board accessibility. Martin's most comfortable neck and compact versatile electronics so you can shape your sound anywhere, anytime to sound as good plugged in as you do unplugged. East Indian rosewood, Sitka spruce, bold herringbone, and vintage appointments for serious style.
• Model: OMC-28E (2018)
• Construction: Dovetail Neck Joint
• Body Size: 000-14 Fret Cutaway
• Top Material: Sitka Spruce
• Rosette: Multi-Stripe
• Bracing Pattern: X Brace
• Brace Shape: Scalloped
• Brace Material: Sitka Spruce
• Brace Size: 1/4"
• Back Material: East Indian Rosewood
• Back Purfling/Strip: Style 28
• Side Material: East Indian Rosewood
• Binding: Antique White
• Top Inlay Material: Bold Herringbone
• Back Inlay Material: Multi-Stripe
• Neck Material: Select HardwoodNeck Shape: Modified Low Oval
• Neck Taper: High Performance Taper
• Plek: Yes
• Nut Material: Bone
• Headstock Shape: Solid with Square Taper and Diamond
• Headplate Material: East Indian Rosewood
• Headplate Logo Style: Script Old Style Overlay
• Headplate Binding Material: None
• Heelcap: Antique White
• Fingerboard Material: Ebony
• Scale Length: 25.4"
• Neck Joins Body At: 14th Fret
• Number of Frets Total: 20
• Fingerboard Width at Nut: 1 3/4''
• Fingerboard Width at 12th Fret: 2 1/8''
• Fingerboard Inlay Material: Abalone
• Fingerboard Inlay Style: Diamonds and Squares Long Pattern
• Fingerboard Binding Material: None
• Side Dots: White
• Back and Side Finish: Gloss
• Back and Sides Colour: None
• Finish Top: Gloss
• Top Colour: Aging Toner
• Finish Neck: Satin
• Neck Colour: Dark Mahogany
• Bridge Material: Ebony
• Bridge Style: Modern Belly - Drop in Saddle
• Bridge String Spacing: 2 5/32"
• Saddle: Compensated White Tusq
• Saddle Radius: 16"
• Tuning Machines: Nickel Open Gear
• Recommended Strings: SP Acoustic 92/8 Phosphor Bronze Light (MSP4100)
• Knob: Butterbean
• Bridge Pin Material: White Plastic
• Bridge Pin Dots: Faux Tortoise
• Pickguard: Faux Tortoise
• Case: Molded Hardshell
• Label: None
• Electronics: Fishman Aura VT Enhance
Sold Out $ 4,999.00
Great tonal balance with classic Martin charm.
Classic styling with a tight-waisted jumbo body shape, the J-40 has an East Indian rosewood back and sides, Sitka spruce top, and a hand-fit dovetail neck joint. The jumbo body, combined with the forward-shifted scalloped X bracing pattern, produces a tone that is beautifully balanced with a powerful response and projection. The J-40 is the perfect instrument for enhancing the art of the singer-songwriter, and is a favorite among touring and session musicians.
Upgrades on the J-40 includes antique white binding, aged toner, open-geared tuners and Martin’s most comfortable Modified Low Oval, with a high-performance taper neck. A computerized Plek setup gives you the kind of action that will allow you to glide up and down the neck with ease.
Hardshell case included.
$ 1,599.00 $ 2,049.00
The 2K Tenor Uke features characteristics of the Style 2 ukulele (2K Uke), but in a tenor-sized model crafted with solid Hawaiian koa top, back and sides, a wood native to Hawaii and a favorite of island players. Appointments include top binding with black/white inlay, a black/white multi-layered single rosette ring, and a rosewood bridge. The entire body is finished in a satin lacquer.
$ 1,899.00 $ 2,399.00
The Americana 16 Series D-16E Acoustic-Electric Guitar is a dreadnought, with a 000 depth, constructed of a Sitka spruce top and sycamore back and sides. It features silver binding and heelcap, an ebony bridge and a silver bound ebony fingerboard with mother-of-pearl diamonds and squares inlay. A modified low oval neck with a high performance taper make this guitar easy to play up and down the fingerboard. This model is also equipped with Fishman Matrix VT Enhance electronics.
Comes with hardshell case.
$ 1,799.00 $ 2,199.00
A bass for the performing artist. The BCPA4 features a sapele back and sides and a solid spruce top, a J-style cutaway body, and Fishman F1 Analog Electronics for deep, rich tone plugged-in or unplugged. A perfect marriage of upright and electric tone.