There are plenty of great Martin guitars that have been made after 1970, particularly those made in the last 10 years. I especially like those made with extra stiff Adirondack Spruce tops that give a snappy clear treble to go along with the famous Martin bass. Personal favorites are new D-18GE and D-18A and some OM and 12 fret OOO models that I get in trade with Martin dealers.
Coming Soon: 1999 OM-28V, 1994 D-45 Gene Autry, 2008 D-18A
This consignment 1976 Martin D-18 (386950) has a nice tight grain top and is finished in a rare sunburst, or shaded top finish. Aside from some bridge work, strap button installation, and the installation of a Martin Thinline pickup, the guitar is nice and straight with minor signs of play wear. It is easy to […]More info and pictures →
Price: On Hold
This nearly new consignment 2015 shade top Martin OM-18 Authentic (1886143) with “Vintage Tone System” top treatment has a lot of potential to grow with play into a full bodied and powerful finger style guitar. Adirondack spruce top with 1932 style shade top finish, Honduras Mahogany body and neck with Martin stamp on rear of […]More info and pictures →
This consignment 2011 Martin “Sing Out” OO-17 Limited Edition (1508833) is in nearly new condition and has a rich, strong voice. All Mahogany body and neck, G-98 style tuners, Ebony fingerboard and bridge, dark tortoise binding. With original hardshell case.More info and pictures →
This mint condition consignment 1993 Martin MC-68 (534748) was hardly used by its jazz playing owner. A recent neck reset and refret have put it back in top notch playing order. The voice is very even and mellow, all the way up into the cutaway region of the fingerboard. The original hardshell case looks brand […]More info and pictures →