1971 Martin D-28 in well-played condition. Martin D28s are the most collectable of all Martin guitars and with the pre-war and other Brazilian rosewood models becoming more and more scarce, collectors, investors and players are looking to the early 70’s models for a potential growth opportunity. This guitar has been played enough to really open up the grain and let its true sound come through. Not a museum piece but you gotta love some play wear mojo. Pick marks, worn spots and all the good stuff that gives a vintage guitar credit. We believe in driver quality cars and player level guitars above all else. With this guitar you will not have to worry about playing your investment. Enjoy it today as it appreciates in value! Has a pickup installed with built in EQ as can be seen in the pictures so you will be ready for a trip to the open mic, or a local gig. There are a couple small cracks that have been professionally repaired in the top and sides. Great guitar today and increasing in value as we speak.
In production since the early ’30s, the D-28 remains an absolutely benchmark acoustic guitar. The D-28 has gone through a number of changes over the decades, but modern D-28s remain very similar in design to their predecessors. Like all mid- to high-end Martins, the D-28 is built in the Martin factory in Nazareth, PA.
Years of Production: 1931 – present
Body Style: Dreadnought
Wood Composition: Indian Rosewood back and sides, Sitka Spruce top, 1-piece mahogany neck
Notable Players: Paul McCartney, Joni Mitchell, Neil Young, Hank Williams, Elvis Presley
Exterior Color: silver
Interior Color: black
Our Price: $2,395