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1941 Martin 000-28 Herringbone

$12,000
1941 Martin 000-28. All-original finish except for touch-up around the bridge. Modest nicks, scratches, and pick wear. The Brazilian rosewood back and sides are crack-free. The bridge is an oversized replacement. i'm sure there's heartburn underneath the bridge. large non-original rosewood bridge plate. Original tuners. 000 snowflake 'bone - gotta be worth 12k
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2009 Martin D-28 Museum Edition 1941

$5,995
Before Martin came out with their standard production Authentic Series guitars, they made a very small number of exact replicas of a 1941 D-28 that they have on display in their museum in Nazareth, PA. They were priced at $12,000, and the run was cut short at only thirty-eight pieces, no more to be made. Here is a pristine example of that limited run, in virtually dead-mint condition, barely ever...
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1948 Martin 000-28

$11,500
A Beautifully Resonant Early Post-War Martin 000-28 with a Sitka Top and Brazilian Back and Sides!
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1944 Martin 000-28

$22,000
What a guitar, double bound 000 body, spruce top, scalloped braces, herringbone top trim, multi ring rosette, nice looking Brazilian rosewood sides and back, 14 fret mahogany neck (just reset by our shop), ebony fretboard, slotted diamond inlays, 20 frets, original ebony bridge, tortoise plastic pickguard, Brazilian rosewood headstock overlay, open gear tuners with white plastic buttons, there is...
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1946 Martin 000-28

$12,000
This is a phenomenal 1946 Martin 000-28 in natural. This guitar sounds insane! Its a great player on top of it too. This guitar has a sitka spruce top and Brazilian back, sides, and neck. This is the last year for the herringbone trim as well only adding to the rarity and ascetics of this instrument. There has been a bit of work on this guitar in the past, the bridge has been slightly moved back...
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1935 Martin 000-28

$37,999
1935 Martin 000-28 First year of the 000. Family owned guitar since 1940. Neck reset by our in-house Martin master warranty repair luthier, Glenn Harrison. Light over-spray, a few repaired cracks, non original case. Big neck profile. Sounds like church on Sunday! Glorious! $37,999.00
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1961 Martin 000-28 (#MAA0164)

$7,495
1961 Martin 000-28, Natural top, Tortoise guard, Gorgeous Brazilian Rosewood back & sides, Great instrument! VG+, OHSC, $7,495
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1943 Martin 000-28

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Exceptional pre-war Martin, crack free and stock other than new bone saddle. Perfect neck-set. SOLD.
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1944 Martin 000-28

$13,950
1944 Martin 000-28 VG Here is a great sounding, great playing classic wartime Herringbone Martin that suffered a trauma and the consequent repairs benefitting it an attractive price. The tuning pegs have been replaced and there has been an effective headstock crack repair. The top upper and lower bass bouts are crack free as is the upper treble bout. But the lower treble bout looks like it...
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2013 CF Martin & Co. 000-28 EC Eric Clapton

$2,500
#1690196, model sequence #19469. Very fine, near mint condition with only a few of the slightest signs of handling or play. The guitar has no cracks or repairs and needs nothing. The EC has a gentle 'V' shaped neck and nut width of 1 3/4". Aging toner gives the top a nice pumpkin color. Speaking of the top, the spruce is super tight and even grained and near perfectly quarter sawn, showing...
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2015 Martin 000-28k

$5,999
Stunning flamed Koa top, back & sides grab your eye, but playing this gem is the real prize .... articulate and balanced with plenty of volume. From the Martin website..... Based upon a pristine 1921 000-28K from the Martin Museum collection, this slotted head 12-fret is a completely faithful recreation of the original, featuring flamed Hawaiian koa top, back and sides, hide glue construction...
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1964 C. F. Martin 000-28C

$4,750
Retrofret Stock # 6857. C. F. Martin 000-28C Model Classical Guitar (1964), made in Nazareth, PA, serial # 194405, natural lacquer finish, brazilian rosewood back and sides, spruce top; mahogany neck with ebony fingerboard, original black hard shell case. Overall length is 39 1/2 in. (100.3 cm.), 15 1/8 in. (38.4 cm.) wide at lower bout, and 4 1/8 in. (10.5 cm.) in depth at side, taken at the...
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Martin 000-28K Authentic 1921

$5,999
Based upon a pristine 1921 000-28K from the Martin Museum collection, this slotted head 12-fret is a completely faithful recreation of the original, featuring flamed Hawaiian koa top, back and sides, hide glue construction and a hand shaped neck without a truss rod. Other specifications of the Martin 000-28K Authentic 1921 include: Construction: Mahogany Blocks/Dovetail Neck Joint -...
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Martin 000-28K Authentic 1921

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The 000-28K Authentic 1921 might just be the most incredible new Martin guitar we've ever had the pleasure of offering for sale here at Folkway. We've had our hands on some of the finest vintage instruments the world has ever known, and we judge the current C.F. Martin Company by the yardstick that was manufactured two generations ago. We're hard markers. It is with great pleasure that we yell...
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Martin 000-28K Authentic 1921

$5,899
We waited quite a whilte for this Martin 000-28K Authentic 1921 model, and the guitar has blown every preconceived notion about its tone out of the water! Hugely woody and resonant, it's at once dark and airy with a responsiveness that invites fingerpicking and old-time flatpicking. A couple of the area's well-known folk singers have been in to play the guitar, and it sounds absolutely divine for...
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2015 Martin 000-28K 1921 Authentic

$5,899
Hawaiian music was the rock music of the 20's. Imagine Clapton sitting amongst the palms strumming "Aloha Oe" (sort of the "Layla" of the era.) Martin faithfully brings to life their 000-28 K in this Authentic! 1 7/8" nut width, with slight "V". Perfect spacing for slack key finger-style. Pyramid style ebony bridge. Black/Maple/Black back strip gives a truly vintage vibe. Scalloped Adirondack...
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Martin 000-28K Authentic 1921 VTS

$5,999
Based upon a pristine 1921 000-28K from the Martin Museum collection, this slotted head 12-fret is a completely faithful recreation of the original, featuring flamed Hawaiian koa top, back and sides, hide glue construction and a hand shaped neck without a truss rod. Martin’s new Vintage Tone System (VTS) is employed for the bracing. The new Martin Vintage Tone System (VTS) uses a unique recipe...
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Martin 000-28K Authentic 1921 VTS

$5,999
Based upon a pristine 1921 000-28K from the Martin Museum collection, this slotted head 12-fret is a completely faithful recreation of the original, featuring flamed Hawaiian koa top, back and sides, hide glue construction and a hand shaped neck without a truss rod. Martin’s new Vintage Tone System (VTS) is employed for the bracing. The new Martin Vintage Tone System (VTS) uses a unique recipe...
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Martin 000-28K Authentic 1921 VTS

$5,999
Based upon a pristine 1921 000-28K from the Martin Museum collection, this slotted head 12-fret is a completely faithful recreation of the original, featuring flamed Hawaiian koa top, back and sides, hide glue construction and a hand shaped neck without a truss rod. Martin’s new Vintage Tone System (VTS) is employed for the bracing. The new Martin Vintage Tone System (VTS) uses a unique recipe...
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2014 Martin Guitars 000-28K Authentic 1921

$5,999
For a video of this specific guitar click here: https://youtu.be/fHIqFaosWT4 All the way back in 1921 Martin made only one 000-28K. They never made this guitar in their production line again! The other all Koa models they made in the twenties are highly desirable but the 1921 000-28K has always alluded collectors and musicians! This slotted head 12-fret is a completely faithful recreation...
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2015 Martin 000-28K AUTHENTIC 1921 GUITAR & CASE, with VTS & VINTAGE GLOSS FINISH

$5,999
New 2015 version of a rare 1921 guitar in Martin's museum has torrefied top braces (heat-treated for vintage tone) and the new satiny Vintage Gloss finish - 000-size, highly figured koa top, back & sides, scalloped 1/4'' Adirondack spruce braces, ivoroid binding, fine herringbone top inlay, Authentic 1921 Style 28 rosette, tortoise pickguard, ebony pyramid bridge. Authentic 1921 neck shape, no...
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1964 CF Martin & Co. 000-28C steel string conversion

$5,500
Serial number 194406. I converted this guitar from the original nylon string specs to steel string back in 2002. The guitar received a new European spruce top with scalloped 5/16" gauge traditional X bracing and style 28 rosette and herringbone top trim. The neck was replaced with a factory made (assembled, carved, fretted, inlaid with abalone dot position markers and finished) neck with a...
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1947 C. F. Martin 000-28

$12,750
SN: 99451. Gorgeous postwar 000-28 in remarkable condition and crazy good tone. The voice has some dreadnought characteristics with overtones up and down the neck, nice volume and no dead spaces anywhere. I’ve had two luthiers tell me the top is Adi and it may be but it is developing that wonderful dark look that old Sitka gets. This is the year after the herringbone so the top is bound with a...
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1946 Martin D-28

$11,000
Killer guitar that's had some extensive (but well done) repair work, completely refinished, replacement bound spruce top features sunburst finish and herringbone top trim (repaired crack below bridge), Brazilian rosewood wood back and sides (a few well repaired back cracks), newer 14 fret mahogany neck (nice profile) features ebony fretboard, dot inlays and 20 frets, new ebony bridge and tortoise...
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1940 Martin D-28

$85,000
This consignment one-family late 1940 D-28 comes to the shop in extremely clean condition, having been stored unplayed in the midwestern family home for the last 30 or so years. The finished surfaces are clean and bright, as are the covered Grover G-111 tuners. There are small pick wear hits near the pickguard. The two modifications are: 1) Bridge shaved a little on the saddle area 2)...
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1917 Martin 1-28

$12,000
You're not going to see another one like this, plain and simple. From the vast collection of the great G.E. Smith (though he tells me that he got it from me, years ago), a 1-28 Martin is a thing to behold and not often seen, anywhere. Size 1 was called "Standard" in the 19th century; it is the size from which all other Martins are derived: 2, 3, and 4 are smaller; 0, 00, and 000 are larger. The...
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Martin OM-28 1931 Authentic

$6,699
Martin OM-28 Authentics are here! Well, technically, it's the OM-28 Authentic 1931 model, which features their new VTS torrefied Adirondack Spruce top and bracing. Martin's new "Vintage Gloss" finish is a highlight too--featuring a significantly less glossy lustre, yet nowhere near a satiny texture. In short--it's a great idea in the name of the vintage-inspired aesthetic of the Authentic series,...
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2015 Martin D-28 AUTHENTIC 1941 & CASE

$6,799
14-FRET DREADNOUGHT - NEW AUTHENTIC SERIES, JANUARY 2013 - Careful replication of a 1941 D-28, this model features hide glue construction, a T-Bar truss rod and rear shifted X-bracing - Madagascar rosewood back & sides, Adirondack spruce top & braces, Authentic style scalloped braces (rear-shifted), ivoroid binding, bold herringbone top trim. Authentic 1941 neck shape, ebony fretboard (25.4''...
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1947 Martin D-28

$15,000
3 repaired top cracks but a flat and level top, very fine Brazilian Rosewood back & sides, huge sound, vgc+, '70s hard case
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Martin D-28 Authentic 1941 VTS

$6,799
Here to remind you why you fell in love with us in the first place, the new Authentics are constructed the old way - with hide glue, throughout, and historically-accurate detailing confirmed by using a CAT scan machine located at the Smithsonian Institute. Based on a 1941 D-28 in our museum, this guitar features Madagascar rosewood back and sides, an Adirondack spruce top, and authentic 1941 D-28...
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