C. F. Martin & Co / D-35 / 1969 / Guitar
This Martin D-35 from 1969 is a real cannon of a guitar – it sounds incredibly nice and has a unique vintage look.
The Martin D-35 mdoel is probably along with the Martin D-28 the most famous dreadnought guitar ever. Who of the famous musicians did not play it?
The D-35 is the prime example of a 14-fret dreadnought and the construction basis for most dreadnoughts on the market. The combination of solid spruce and rosewood is a favorite among recording technicians, as the soundscape is naturally balanced with tight basses and present trebles and it is suitable for many modern styles.
Just by looking at this guuitar, you can already tell, that it sounds great. It has been played and enjoyed a lot and this with good reason ... it is one of the best sounding Martin D-35 we have ever seen.
The sound has these huge basses you are looking for. Paired with clear trebles it gives a very nice sound experience. We love the vintage tone quality on this guitar, which gives a lot of vintage charm and a great character to this nice guitar.
It has an incredibly huge and room filling sound. It is a real pleasure to play this guitar.
Surely many will say, that it is not the nicest looking vintage guitar on the market. It has quite some amount of wear from play and use. Some cracks have also been glued and it has received a new bridge and pickguard.
But it plays incredibly well well, with a low action, a straight neck and good frets.
It comes with a newer case.
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We are specialized in classical, flamenco and acoustic guitars. As our name already suggests, our preference is on vintage and historically valuable guitars.We want to offer our customers special, unique and high quality guitars.
Guitars which are specially selected and outstanding in sound.All guitars are checked and adjusted. We work closely together with guitar builders and repair shops to adjust each guitar.