This Martin D-28 1951 is the sensation. A dream for all players – it sounds like a real dream guitar, with a lot of vintage character!
Since its introduction in 1931, the C F Martin D-28 has been a successful, reliable model used by countless guitarists for performances and recordings.
The C F Martin D-28 serves as the basic body design template for other dreadnought guitars. It has a spruce top with rosewood for the back, sides and headstock. Mahogany for the neck and ebony for fingerboard and bridge.
This splendid example is a Post-War guitar with the corresponding construction details. Pre-war guitars have Herringbone binding around the top and post war guitars a Purfling binding instead.
It is an absolute pleasure to play such a guitar. The tone is powerful and full of the typical warmth of rosewood, while the spruce top provides shine and clarity even when played hard. The guitar has an incredibly good resonance and great dynamics. It fills the room with loud and yet beautiful tones like no other guitar. The sound has an inimitable and pleasant woody character.
It sounds like a cannon.
This Martin D-28 1951 plays well and is completely ready for use! It plays well with a very low action and has got a neck reset. The bridge has been reglued and some crack repaired – everything to get the guitar in a condition that makes it 100% ready to play and perfectly set up. The intonation is also very good.
The pickguard is a newer one.
An old and probably original case comes with the guitar.