1945 Martin D-18

$6,500
This early 1945 Martin D-18 (91211) has had a few previous repair procedures that put the price down into the "player plus" range. It has an evenly spaced Sitka spruce top, a steel T-bar neck reinforcement, a full neck profile, and radically tapered top bracing that all contribute to the characteristic very large and open basses, complex trebles, and loud voice that are the hallmark of the early...
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1953 Martin D-18

$17,000
It's hard to know how to describe this vintage Martin D-18 (from 1953) other than to say: this guitar is nearly as clean as the day it left the Martin factory more than sixty years ago. TME acquired this old D-18 from the original owner, who purchased it new in 1953. He played the guitar lovingly (and obviously, lightly) and kept it in his house the entire time he owned it. It's never been gigged...
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Greven Vintage Revival D-18T

$5,200
Greven Vintage Revival D-18T (Torrefied Top & Neck) John built this baby with all Hot Hide Glue construction, true to a 1937 Martin D-18 build Honduran Mahogany back & sides Special West Virginia Torrefied top  -  this resulting color is what you see here Bracing as per Martin D-18 year 1935 specs All hide glue construction Tortoiseshell colored...
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2015 Martin D-18 GOLDEN ERA, 1935 STYLE SUNBURST & CASE

$3,699
Modeled after the 1934 D-18, select mahogany back & sides (with cloth reinforcement strips), Adirondack (red) spruce top, scalloped braces (with forward shifted X), ebony fretboard & bridge, abalone dot inlays, modified V-shaped neck (1-3/4'' nut, 2-5/16'' string spacing at bridge), tapered squared peghead with Brazilian rosewood overlay & old decal, Waverly nickel open-gear tuners, black binding...
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1975 Martin D-18

$2,195
Clean all around. No cracks, but lots of finish checking. Low saddle, but action not too bad. On the edge of needing a neck reset, but if you like your action a little on the high side, you'll be fine! Comes with non-original hard case
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1943 Martin D-18

$15,000
This extremely bold sounding early 1943 D-18 (83225) is in very fine shape, save for two previous repaired large back cracks (4" and 7"). The heavy grain lines on the Adirondack spruce top read as nicely stiff to me and the bright, complex treble tones confirm the visuals. The finish shows moderate crazing, especially on the neck and sides, typical of many 1943 and most 1944 Martin 18 style...
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1957 Martin D-18

$8,995
If a wimpy Dreadnaught is what you want, look elsewhere. This has got to be the bestest, the most robust and strongest sounding Martin D-18 to come down the pike in years. And years. It sounds CLEAR and HUGE and oh so fine; with the first chord you'll feel like the air has just been sucked out of your lungs. Been in the hands of one owner since new, traveled around the world on tour more times...
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1965 Martin D-18

$4,995
This is one of the best playing & sounding D-18's we have ever had from any year in both condition & tone, it has an unusual wide grain spruce top, it has a great feeling mahogany neck, its mahogany back & sides are really pretty, its tortoise'gard & bound body is simply gorgeous, it has an amazing amount of volume & tone that only comes from many War Time Martins, it's exceptionally clean &...
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1941 Martin D-18

$19,500
This healthy and well-presented mid-1941 Martin D-18 (78705) is typically very powerful in all ranges and particularly complex in the upper midrange and trebles due to the steel T-bar in the neck and the stiff Adirondack spruce top found on most 1941 Martin Ds. The finish surfaces are bright and almost entirely intact. There is only a small pair of of glued 3" side cracks down near the treble...
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1954 Martin D 18

$3,000
1954 Martin D 18, in excellent condition. Great action, plays and sounds great. Take trades.
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1948 Martin D-18

$12,000
Smashingly great-sounding 1948 Martin D-18, that will easily hold its own with an earlier 1940's scalloped-braced D-18 in a jam. This is also an exceptionally clean guitar, in all-original condition, bearing only two well-repaired cracks (and the standard issue pickguard crack). When it came to us, newer Waverly tuners were on the guitar; but we've re-installed the originals, which work...
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1941 Martin D-18

$19,500
This very early 1941 Martin D-18 (76965) has all of the good stuff that I like in the best of the 1941 D-18s that I have played. The voice is bold and forceful, the tone is very colorful and balanced with a solid bass and shining trebles, and the neck is fast and slim. Except for a very small hairline crack in the lower bout side near the tail, there are no other cracks on the guitar. Due to a...
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1941 Martin D-18

$14,000
A pre-war Martin canon, as it should be. From early in 1941 and with no top cracks, quite unusual. Spectacular action (with ebony fingerboard and bridge) to match the spectacular sound. Rock solid too, with a few repairs done years ago. Neck reset quite nicely; replaced bridge a bit oversize, ditto bridge plate; reinforcing plate and one replaced brace under the fingerboard area of the top; a few...
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1943 Martin D-18

$7,000
A beautifully figured back, and a top that has the classic tight to wide grain coming from the center seam, make this a nice players grade scalloped braced D-18 with repairs that is priced to sell. Scalloped braced D-18’s are rare and pricy. Reissue D-18 Authentic's are hitting $4,000 used, & that’s without the old growth air dried Honduran Mahogany and Adirondack spruce top woods. All the...
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1975 Martin D-18

$2,300
EC-, double bound D body, spruce top, mahogany back and sides, mahogany neck has been reset (pro work), rosewood fretboard, dot inlays, 20 frets (pro refret), rosewood bridge, replacement black pickguard, rosewood headstock overlay, Grover Rotomatic tuners, new 1-11/16'' nut, 25.4'' scale, with thermoplastic OHSC, on consignment (SN:368456) Item ID 10U-6717. 14 photos at...
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1953 Martin D-18

$10,499
1953 Martin D-18 in very good condition. This is one of the much talked about non-Sitka top guitars from 1953. Hard to say if it is Red spruce or Engleman but it is certainly not Sitka. All original guitar with only minor repairs ever done. Two neatly repair top cracks in the lower bout and the usual pickguard crack and one two inch back crack. The neck has not been reset nor does it need...
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1957 Martin D-18

$5,800
VG-EC except for a repaired pickguard crack, a splined center seam and a few small side cracks, natural finish, Adirondack spruce top (confirmed in Martin's records) with light overspray, mahogany back and sides, double tortoise plastic-bound body, 14 fret mahogany neck, 20 fret Brazilian rosewood fingerboard with dot inlays, Kluson Deluxe tuners, Brazilian rosewood headstock overlay, tortoise...
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1941 Martin D-18

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One of only 575 made that year, this consignment late 1941 Martin D-18 (79480) has a very simple description. It is by far the cleanest and most original prewar D-18 that I have ever had in the shop. The low E string bridge pin has been changed, a neck reset and refret were performed by T.J. Thompson, a slightly shaved bridge on the treble side, and a strap button has been added to the treble...
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1952 Martin D-18

$4,950
This consignment 1952 Martin D-18 (127101) has a very lively voice and plays quite well. The top has a B string pickguard crack and no others. Side cracks are limited to two on either side of the bass-side waist. A reset, refret, and new bridge saddle by David Eichelbaum have put this guitar back into top playing condition. There is a fair amount of pick wear above and below the pickguard. The...
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1943 Martin D-18 (#MAA0187)

$18,900
1943 Martin D-18, Natural top, Scalloped Braces, Tortoise pickguard, Light weight, Pro neck set, Strong volume & superb tonality, VG++, Original Hard Shell Case, 18,900
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1948 Martin D 18

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this is the cleanest 40's Martin I've seen in 25 years, one owner, case is just as clean, fresh neck reset (Ross Tiegen), the real deal, sounds so sweet and yet very powerful, they don't get better
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1948 Martin D-18

$12,500
This vintage 1948 Martin D-18 is in Excellent condition and has a rare tinted original top finish. The entire finish is all original and the guitar is crack free. It has very minor nicks, scratches and play wear, but remains bright and clean. The neck reset and refret are beautifully done, resulting in great playability and proper saddle height. The bridge is an exact Brazilian Rosewood...
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1941 Martin D-18

$8,500
A wonderful pre-war "players" dreadnought! This guitar has some "issues", but none of them detract from its amazing sound and playability. The guitar has been entirely refinished/oversprayed. In addition, the bridge and tuners have been replaced. The tuners are "vintage" Waverlys, which are distressed in order to look old. They look great on this guitar. There is also one long top crack, which...
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1955 Martin D-18

$5,000
This late 1955 Martin D-18 (146852) has a much richer tone and greater response in the bass than I thought possible from a D-18 of this vintage. Dark reddish-brown Sitka spruce top with two repaired cracks near widest part of bass side lower bout edge, repaired 6" treble side crack near heel, repaired 3" treble side waist. Deep buckle rash on the back. Neck reset and refret with epoxy fill in...
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1947 Martin D-18

$6,950
This very lively sounding 1947 Martin D-18 (100187) is from about late April or early May of that year. Consistent with Martins Ds from the spring of 1947, the neck profile is still nice and beefy, the tapered brace voicing providing a rich and full toned voice with excellent response. Dark colored tight grin Sitlka spruce top. Crack repairs include two 5" back cracks, two 3" lower bout side...
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1946 Martin D-18

$9,750
From the fall of 1946, this exceptionally clean Martin D-18 (97648) is one of the few that got a 4-piece Adirondack spruce top that was used on some style 18 models in October and November of that year. The finish surfaces are clean and bright, as are the original nickel Waverly "arrowhead" tuners. The top is a little more stiff under the bridge area and more flexible at the lower bout edges than...
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1946 Martin D-18

$8,250
An exceptionally clean D-18 (94026) from early February of 1946 with a very robust voice. It comes from the family of the original owner. Medium grain width Sitka spruce top with prominent bearclaw figuring, Replacement Stew-Mac Kluson-style flat plate tuners with cream plastic buttons, Metal T-bar neck reinforcement. Two very small repaired side cracks on the treble side near the neck block, and...
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1975 Martin D-18

$1,800
Great sounding vintage D-18! Good neck angle & action. Plenty of play wear. Two small circular patches in sides where pickup jacks or strap buttons were previously installed.
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1958 Martin D-18

$6,500
One owner 1950's D-18 complete with original chipboard case from the Martin factory. Finish checking on top, expected playing wear including a few dings and scratches. Factory warranty neck reset recently done by Custom Pearl Inlay, rendering this guitar amazingly playable all the way up the neck. Tremendous response, with crispy highs and a thunderous lows. 25.5" scale.
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