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Sleek and superior, … the D-28 is a true classic, this is exactly how a Dreadnought should look and sound. This version, orientated towards the popular Martin pre-war models, features an Adirondack red spruce top which delivers a very powerful, bright and over-tone rich sound.
For the Authentic series, Martin used CAT technology to scan the originals of the 30s and 40s in order to reproduce them as accurately as possible.
With the finest hand-selected woods, the results are guitars that deliver the coveted sound, feeling and response of the legendary pre-war models.
Since 1833, C.F. Martin & Co. has been and an integral part of American guitar making history. The oldest, most prestigious and most innovative guitar foundry in American history.
Hand-crafted, combined with state-of-the-art technology, Martin Guitars remain unmatched in quality, sound, playability and value.
Since C.F. Martin Sr. invented the classic X-bracing in the 1850s, the designers at Martin Guitars have been continuously developing it further to improve playability and sound.
Features: D-28 Authentic 1941 D-14th fret Dreadnought Solid Adirondack Red spruce top Solid Madagascar rosewood back & sides Standard X-Scalloped Bracing Authentic Style, circa 1941 rear-shifted Solid Mahogany neck, 1941 Barrel and Heel-profile Solid ebony fretboard and bridge Diamonds & Squares Inlays, Long Pattern Golden Era, circa 1941 20 frets Scale: 645 mm Nut width: 43 mm Waverly 1129 tuners with oval knobs Delmar Tortoise-Pickguard Nickel-Hardware Finish: Natural High-gloss incl. Martin Deluxe Hard-shell Case
!!! 3 Years Music Store Warranty !!!
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Hver måned trækker vi lod bland alle indsendte varebedømmelser om et gavekort til en værdi af 500 EURO!
Tillykke til vinderen af Oktober: Jacguy Miceli, Saint Nicolas (BE)
Forrige måneds vinder (september): Markus Kandzior, Osnabrück (DE)
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