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2011 Martin Custom Shop D18-12 Ditson SOLD DISCONTINUED

2011 Martin Custom Shop D18-12 Ditson  SOLD DISCONTINUED

This 2011 Martin Custom Shop D18-12 Ditson is in perfect, brand new condition with full warranty – the legendary Martin ‘lifetime’ warranty is available to the original purchaser only. Martin built a total of 75 of these instruments, and based them on a 1929 Ditson model 111 that resides in the Martin Museum.

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1946 Martin D-28 (consignment) NO LONGER AVAILABLE

1946 Martin D-28 (consignment) NO LONGER AVAILABLE

Here is a rare, old classic – a 1946 Martin D-28.

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2001 Martin D-35 SOLD

2001 Martin D-35  SOLD

Rarely do we see a 12 year old Martin that has been so well cared for.

This 2001 Martin D-35 was custom ordered through the Twelfth Fret for a client who wanted the neck contour that he grew up playing as a kid; the soft V profile of the late 1960s.

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1959 Martin 00-18E Steel String Acoustic No Longer Available

1959 Martin 00-18E Steel String Acoustic No Longer Available

This is a pretty rare, 1959 Martin 00-18E steel string acoustic.

The 00-18E was built from 1959 to 1964, in response to the quest for volume, and this is one of the first. It uses the 00 style body, with the 18 construction – spruce top, mahogany back and sides – but the top is thicker and uses heavier bracing.

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1921 Martin A-Style Oval Hole Mandolin SOLD

1921 Martin A-Style Oval Hole Mandolin SOLD

Here is a 1921 Martin A-Style Oval Hole Mandolin. C.F. Martin has been building instruments in Nazareth, Pennsylvania since 1833. In the at the end of the 19th and early part of the 20th century, mandolin orchestras were very popular,

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2011 Martin 000-18 guitar (consignment) SOLD

2011 Martin 000-18 guitar (consignment) SOLD

Here is a very clean 2011 Martin 000-18. The 000-18 is a fairly plain, straightforward, extremely competent guitar and has been produced by Martin since 1921 (except for 1932 and 1933).

A little brighter than rosewood models, the smaller body size adds to comfort and a more balanced tone, without the potential for ‘boominess’ often found with dreadnought guitars.

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