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Description
Replay Guitar Exchange is pleased to have this great limited edition dreadnought Martin D-21 Special for your consideration. Only 300 of these guitars will be built. The D-21 Special features East Indian Rosewood for the back, sides, and headplate, but also for the fingerboard and bridge. Other unique features are the nickel open-gear tuners and black binding around the entire body of the guitar. The D-21 Special includes a Sitka spruce top with forward-shifted scalloped bracing, a traditional hand-fit dovetail neck, and a polished gloss finish. Some modern touches include a modern belly drop-in saddle and a high performance neck, for enhanced playability and comfort. Reach out to the Replay Guitar Exchange team via chat, email or phone for more information about this wonderful dreadnought-size guitar. A Martin case is included.
Scale length: 25.4"
Neck shape: Modified Low Oval
Body shape/style: D-14 Fret body size
Top material: Sitka Spruce
Back material: East Indian Rosewood
Side material: East Indian Rosewood
Fingerboard material: East Indian Rosewood
Fingerboard width at nut: 1 3/4”
Case: Ply Hardshell
Replay Guitar Exchange

Replay Guitar Exchange

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Martin
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Replay Guitar Exchange
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813-254-8880
Tampa, Florida
3:41 AM
Monday - Friday: 11:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m. Saturday: 10:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. Sunday: Closed

We accept all major credit cards and PayPal via our website, telephone, or in-store. We also offer no-interest financing options such as PayPal (on-line) and Synchrony Credit (in-store).

Free shipping on all orders! We ship to the continental US only --no international shipping. We typically ship via UPS Ground, but some smaller packages (like strings) will go US Postal Service.

You may return your purchase for a full refund within 14 days provided it is returned in the same condition with the original packaging, accessories, and documentation. Otherwise, a re-stocking fee may be assessed. Buyer is responsible for return shipping unless we have made some type of error.