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2001 Martin D-45 Golden Era 1937

$22,000
2001 Martin D-45 GE 1937 in mint condition. Select Brazilian Rosewood back and sides, Adirondack spruce top, scalloped Adirondack braces, forward X bracing, ivoroid binding, abalone purfling inlay around top back sides and neck, 45 style back strip, modified V neck with 1 3/4" nut width and 2 5/16" spacing at bridge, fossil ivory nut saddle and bridge pins, old style pearl headstock C.F. Martin...
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1982 Martin D-45 custom

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TOP: Sitka Spruce SIDE&BACK: Indian Rosewood Please contact us for more information. control number: 140562
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1967 Martin D-45 Conversion (1967)

$26,000
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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1973 C. F. Martin D-45

$6,750
Retrofret Stock # 6940. C. F. Martin D-45 Model Flat Top Acoustic Guitar (1973), made in Nazareth, PA, serial # 317297, natural finish, Engleman spruce top, rosewood back & sides, mahogany neck with ebony fingerboard, original molded black plastic hard shell case. This is a great-playing example of Martin's top-of-the-line guitar in 1973-the then-recently revived D-45. All of 195 of these...
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2015 Martin Custom D-45 VTS

$12,436
New Custom SHop "prewar" D-45 #1917915 w/lifetime warranty Hide Glue Adirnodack/Madagascar Torch inlay Snowflakes Wavery tuners Custom Shop case and liner
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1997 Martin D-45V

$5,500
Serial # 559883 is a near-mint, beautiful example of Martin's finest work. This guitar evokes the prewar D-45 in spades while being fresh and almost new. East Indian rosewood body, Adirondack spruce top, and vintage appointments all contribute to its beauty and sound. OHC and papers included; no additions or issues or modifications. Just the best D-45 available for the price!
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1997 Martin D-45VR

$6,395
We've got a great selection of Martins in the shop these days, and this 1997 D-45 VR fits in perfectly. Featuring Martin's stylish 45 series appointments, from the snowflake Abalone fretboard inlay to the Abalone trim across the top, back, and sides, the D-45VR looks as sharp as it sounds, with a big, bold tone characteristic of Martin Dreadnoughts. The Indian Rosewood back and sides give...
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Martin D-45V

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The first Martin D-45 was built for Gene Autry in 1933, and only 90 more followed before production of the D-45 was ceased in 1942. The model was collectible from the onset, and acoustic guitarists from the 1950’s onwards sought out and paid dearly for D-45s, if they were lucky enough to find one. Martin reintroduced the pearl-encrusted D-45 in 1968 in a bow to player demand. The late 1960’s...
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Martin D-45V

$9,429
As with all Martin guitars, the Martin D-45V is built with incredible craftsmanship and constructed from the finest materials. This particular model features a natural gloss finish, providing an pleasing look to complement the elegance of the natural Sitka spruce and Indian Rosewood. If the look isn't enough, the D-45V acoustic guitar is a tone machine, perfect for any style acoustic...
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1904 C. F. Martin 1-45

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Retrofret Stock # 6255. C. F. Martin 1-45 Model Flat Top Acoustic Guitar (1904), made in Nazareth, PA, serial # 9963, natural varnish finish, Brazilian rosewood back and sides, spruce top; mahogany neck with ebony fingerboard, black hard shell case. This is not only an extremely beautiful old Martin, but a historically important instrument-the very first Model 0-45 ever made. It is also one of...
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~1970 Martin 1970-1980 Martin D size hard shell guitar case

$295
This is a hard to find original hard case for any D-18, D-28, D-35 or D-45, Its Black tolex is very clean & the plush lining is still quite nice. If your looking for a spare Martin D size case, she really is in great shape. Pick it up before its gone. Good luck!
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1970 Martin D-18

$1,995
This is a 1970 Martin D-18 acoustic guitar in beautiful original condition. It shows very minimal playing wear especially for a 45 year old guitar. Original pick guard in excellent condition, not curling up, original tuners, bridge, bridge plate and frets. 1 5'8" nut width. Nice full round shape. Full thickness bridge. The bridge saddle has been taken down somewhat. Set up with light gauge...
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1970 Martin D-18

$2,495
Very, very clean D-18 that's over 45 years old. One owner... still has THE TAGS! Great action, plays super. Comes with original case.
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1978 Takamine F-455S "Bob Dylan"

$3,495
Known as the “Holy Grail” of the Takamine guitar line, this ultra rare F-455S was the choice of none other than “Bob Dylan” back in the late 70’s & was used for most every show & performance by Bob, it’s a combo of many lawsuits from that time between Martin & Mossman to name a few, it’s a beautiful example having a solid Spruce top with a D-45 type pearloid & top border & rosette, its headstock,...
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1969 Gibson J-45

$2,143.14
While the Gibson J-45 is classed as a dreadnought guitar, it normally features a round or slope-shouldered design, distinct from the Martin square-shoulder D series - the D-18 to D-45 all feature the same squared body shape. Other Gibson acoustics use this design - the Gibson Dove and Hummingbird are both square-shouldered dreadnoughts. However, between 1969 and 1982, Gibson discontinued...
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1962 Gibson J-50 Vintage Soft Shoulder Dreadnought Acoustic Guitar J50

$2,799.99
Up for sale, a 1962 Gibson J-50 dreadnought acoustic guitar in great, lovingly played condition. With a few J-50s shipped in 1942, the model was officially launched in 1947 as a sibling model to the J-45 as part of the J series, designed to compete with Martin's similar round shoulder D series. Whereas the J-45 almost exclusively had a black sunburst finish to cover up imperfections in the spruce...
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