Looking for a great sounding vintage Martin D-28 you won't have to treat with kid gloves? Look no further! This boomer from '67 has been played -- and while it shows the appropriate wear, it's a great-looking guitar with a thumping, wide-open sound and the midrangey jangle we associate with late 60's D-28s. This one was made before the transition to rosewood bridge plates (the original small maple plate is still there); and its original tortoise pickguard is intact as well. There is a cleated B-string crack, and a small glued peg head crack near the A-string tuner. Priced with hard case.


  • Brazilian Rosewood back & sides
  • Spruce top
  • 1 11/16" nut width
  • 25.4" Scale length
  • 2 1/8" string spacing

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