1951 Martin 000-28 BRAZILIAN ROSEWOOD

$9,350
1951 000-28 BRAZILIAN ROSEWOOD BACK AND SIDES ..SPRUCE TOP ..TORTOISHELL GUARD...ALL ORIGINAL..ONE OF THE HOLY GRAIL GUITARS FOR COLLECTORS AND ROCK STARS ALIKE...BEAUTIFUL EXAMPLE...PLAYS GREAT AND SOUNDS WONDERFUL...LOTS OF PLAYING WEAR...SOME CRACK REPAIRS NOTHING MAJOR ALL PROFESSIONALLY DONE...COMES WITH ORIGINAL cASE. pLEAS EMAIL ME WITH ANY QUESTIONS OR FOR MORE INFO..I SHIP WORLDWIDE...
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1948 Martin 000-28 (#MAA0168)

$12,900
1948 Martin 000-28, Natural top, Tortoise guard, Gorgeous Brazilian Rosewood back & sides, Superb playability, Bought from the family of the original owner, EC, Cool blue plush lined original hard case, $12,900
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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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1937 Martin 000-28

$25,900
1937 Absolutely stunning pre-war Martin 000-28, spruce top with herringbone trim, Brazilian rosewood back and sides, ebony bridge and fingerboard, top-only pro refin, bridge and neck reset done by world-renowned luthier David Musselwhite of Martin guitar fame, plays effortlessly and delivers a deep, full tone that can only be described as hauntingly beautiful, comes complete with a period...
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1929 Martin 000-28

$32,000
VG-EC except 1 repaired top crack (under fretboard extension), double bound 000 body, spruce top, herringbone trim, attractive Brazilian rosewood back and sides, 12 fret mahogany neck, ebony fretboard, slotted diamond inlays, 20 frets, new (proper) ebony pyramid bridge (original bridge is included), slotted headstock features rosewood overlay, 3-on-a-plate tuners, several plugged holes by end pin...
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1942 Martin 000-28

$14,950
Year: 1942 Finish: Original Tuners: Original Pickguard: Original Case: Hard Comments: Here we have a gorgeous, 1942 Martin 000-28 that sounds simply stunning! This guitar features an Adirondack spruce top with Brazilian rosewood back and sides and scalloped bracing. It has had some professional work done to it by Mark Tossman: The oversized bridge has been removed and a...
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1944 Martin 000-28

$22,000
EC- except 1 repaired top crack, 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...
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1943 Martin 000-28

$17,850
1943 Martin 000-28 Our Price: $17,850 Stock# 43877 - Serial # 85786 This is an exceptionally clean and original 000-28 from October of 1943. Because of wartime restrictions on brass and steel, the original tuners on '43 Martins left a lot to be desired, which is probably why this one has reissue tuners from the 1990s. It's also had a professional neck reset and refret, but we don't know...
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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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1946 Martin 000-28

$15,000
Like Big Bill Broonzy's guitar ! This is a non-scalloped dot inlaid herringbone 000-28 . Some signs of playing wear and a cigarette burn in the binding . Minor repaired pickguard crack . Some deep scratches but no other cracks. The neck was reset in the past with a some touchup at the heel. The tuners appear to be from around 1949. Fine sound , punchy response. Lovely Brazilian rosewood back and...
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1956 Martin 000-28

$8,000
1956, beautiful straight Brazilian rosewood back & sides, repro bridge, all else original, vgc++
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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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1945 Martin 000-28

$14,995
99% orignal, VG++ cond. Adirondack spruce / Brazilian rosewood Excellent set-up, Superlative tone. A guitar that has been the primary instrument for a semi-professional player for almost half a century. It has been much played but cared for with love. The braces were shaved about 35 years ago, there are several professionally repaired cracks, including a small missing chip at the north end of...
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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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1934 Martin OM / 000-28 C2 Archtop Conversion

$12,000
one of the most incredible guitars I've ever had the pleasure of playing (certainly the best guitar I've owned) early 1934 C2 archtop converted with original neck to 000-28 flattop by John Greven unreal Adirondack top (John picks only the best) with forward-shifted, scalloped x bracing; repro Martin 28 rosette and herringbone trim ('smaller stuff from the 30s'); short scale after...
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1943 Martin D-28

$35,000
VGC except 1 repaired side crack and several repaired top cracks, shows a lot of play wear but still plays and sounds great, double bound D body, Adirondack spruce top, scalloped braces, Brazilian rosewood back and sides, mahogany neck (reset some time ago), ebony fretboard, slotted diamond inlays, 20 frets (pro refret), newer ebony bridge and rosewood bridge plate, Brazilian rosewood headstock...
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1946 Martin D-28

$11,000
VG-EC, this is a very nice player's grade instrument that has had some extensive (but well done) repair work, instrument completely refinished, replacement white-bound spruce top with sunburst finish and herringbone top trim (repaired crack below bridge), Brazilian rosewood wood back and sides, a few well repaired back cracks with cleats / patches, non-original 14 fret mahogany neck (not made by...
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Martin Guitar USED! Martin 000-42 Brazilian Acoustic Guitar With Case.

$17,900
Here is a really really nice 000-28 that was custom made for a customer of ours. This guitar is 1 11/16 at the nut with a beautiful adirondack top, and Brazilian rosewood back and sides. This guitar has been professionally set up by our shoppe and plays wonderfully
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1929 Martin EMPLOYEE 00-28/30

$15,000
VG-EC, Martin employee made 00-size, 14-1/4'' lower bout, spruce top with X-brace positioned 1-1/4'' under the soundhole, scalloped braces, Brazilian rosewood back and sides, zipper backstrip, ivoroid bound body with herringbone purfling, V-shaped mahogany neck meets the body at 12th fret, ebony fingerboard with unique slotted diamond and dot inlays, slotted headstock with rosewood overlay,...
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1945 Martin D-28

$35,000
This extremely clean example of an April 1945 D-28 (91965) has a good many of the features of a 1944 D-28, including Adirondack spruce top, Ebony neck reinforcement, flat plate Kluson tuners with plastic buttons and no headstock bushing, herringbone top purling, and beautiful dense Brazilian rosewood back and sides. The one major feature that differs is that instead of scalloped top brace...
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1951 Martin D-28

$8,000
Brazilian rosewood back & sides, 1 top crack repaired, refretted, hole in pickguard repaired, huge voice- great sounding
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1958 Martin D-28

$8,000
vgc++, 2 repaired top cracks, otherwise it looks almost new, beautiful brick red Brazilian rosewood, yellowed top, and wide open crisp tone
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1938 Martin D-28

$28,000
This vintage 1938 Martin D-28 Herringbone acoustic is the big neck, forward shifted X braced dreadnaught that all others are judged by. The quarter-sawn Brazilian Rosewood back and sides are beautiful and crack-free with the original finish. The Spruce top has one small crack at the edge of the sound hole and the top on this D-28 has been sanded and refinished. The sanding at the bass waist area...
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1930 Martin 0-28 T

$5,000
1930 Martin 0- 28T Tenor Guitar VG+ A rare Golden Era Herringbone tenor and a powerful one. It has certainly been played and quite a bit outdoors most likely as the original finish is worn everywhere. The top has just one hairline that runs from the pickguard down to the bottom and is associated with an area near the side on the lower treble bout that suffered some damage but this is all...
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1968 Martin 0-28NY

$12,000
Here's a story for you, kinda thing can't be made up. In 1967, when I had been doing repairs and restorations for several years but before I had a store, I had my workshop set up in back of the Folklore Center, a storied place here in NYC. They had a Martin dealership but didn't really know much about guitars at all and so I occasionally helped out with the ordering. Well I got the idea that a...
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2005 Martin OM-28 Golden Era - Braz Rosewood

$11,900
This guitar is in like new condition. Stored in the case and not played. It features 000 size, Adirondack spruce top with scalloped 1/4" Adirondack braces, select Brazilian rosewood back & sides and ivoroid binding, fine herringbone top trim, 28-style rosette of black & maple fibers, zigzag backstrip, modified V-shape neck (25.4" scale, 1 3/4" nut, 2 3/8" string spacing at bridge), ebony...
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1967 Martin D-45 Conversion (1967)

$29,000
This totally remarkable-sounding Martin D-45 was converted at Martin's Custom Shop from a 1967 D-28 (serial number 230047). It's somewhat comparable to a new D-45 Authentic (the guitar is shiny, gleaming mint condition, with not a mark on it), but for the quality of the beautiful, quarter-sawn Brazilian Rosewood (vastly superior to anything currently available from Martin). The specs are pre-war...
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1930 C. F. Martin OM-28

$25,000
SN: 43668. This fine OM-28 is a one family guitar purchased by the shop back in 2001. Small guard, banjo tuners, grade A Brazilian, herringbone trim, it’s all here. The entire guitar was oversprayed yet the original finish and glorious patina lurked underneath. Our Luthier removed much of the overspray on the top down to the original finish. The top looks great and responds as it should. Having...
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1926 C. F. Martin 00-28

$10,000
SN: 28023: Here is a sweet playing and sounding 00-28 herringbone with the slotted peghead and 12-fret body that produces such great tone. Brazilian rosewood back and sides, red spruce top, herringbone trim, snowflake inlays, ebony fretboard and bridge; this has all the hallmarks of one of the great eras in guitar making. It’s in excellent condition save for one very short, tightly glued one-inch...
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1935 C. F. Martin F7 Conversion

$19,950
This converted 1935 Martin F7 is the happy union of seventy-five year old Brazilian Rosewood and one of the best luthiers of our time: David W. Musselwhite. If you’ve been trying to decide between a rare vintage instrument and a high quality modern builder like Kim Walker, this might be a great choice. At the heart of the project is the 1935 F7 archtop, serial number 595XX, which I found with...
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