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2012 Martin 000 28EC Eric Clapton Signature Model

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 2012 Martin 000 28EC Eric Clapton Signature Model

2012 Martin 000 28EC Eric Clapton Signature Model

As advertising manager for Martin; Dick Boak had Chris Martin's permission to contact Eric Clapton as Boak had been receiving so many calls regarding just what Clapton was playing on his incredibly popular Unplugged record. Eric Clapton has relied on Martin 000s throughout acoustic career, resulting in huge increases in sales and interest from the 90s and onward.

In 1995, Martin collaborated with Clapton and released the first of many signature models - the 000-42EC. Wildly popular and rather expensive, the impact of the 000-42EC resulted in a simpler and more affordable, yet equally as spectacular model. With Clapton's tremendous input, the 000-28EC was introduced to great acclaim early in 1996. The 000-28EC fits the bill, and this particular one has opened up beautifully!

We are pleased to offer this unique, immaculately cared for,  and incredible sounding guitar. Clapton himself has called 000-28EC a "utilitarian in the very best sense of the word" - and we would agree wholeheartedly!

The 000-28EC shares some characteristics with famed pre-war 000s, including a scalloped X bracing pattern. The 14th fret neck joint extends the reach beyond the typical 12th fret joint on 000s, but is still frets effortlessly up and down the fingerboard due to its short scale. The profile of the neck is a slight modified V with a 1 3/4" nut width. The combination is a nice complement that fills out your left hand without too much heft. The 000-28EC is surprisingly warm and rich, lending itself nicely to fingerpicking, yet with enough headroom for strumming.

It has the smaller "000" body size that Clapton prefers and that is particularly popular among fingerstyle and blues guitarists who like a clear and balanced sound together with the string flexibility that the shorter 24.9" scale length allows. It's top is Sitka Spruce with a vintage toner finish: the 2-piece back and sides are Indian Rosewood with a gloss finish. The body is bound with grained ivoroid. A genuine ebony fingerboard features the pre-war Style 28 snowflake pattern in a blond pearl, and Eric Clapton's signature is inlaid in mother-of-pearl between the 19th and 20th frets.

The Sitka Spruce top is responsive and mellowed on the top end. The Indian Rosewood brings the guitar balance and warmth, and when coupled with Sitka Spruce brings the guitar strong fundamentals, quick response, warm round trebles, and with the Sitka top can be strummed or finger-picked with ease.

This 2012 Martin 000 28EC is in excellent condition with only a few minor surface scratches and dents on the top and side which do not penetrate the finish. There is very minor fretwear and it includes the original Hardshell Case.

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2010 Chris Bozung D Sitka Spruce and Mahogany

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 2010 Chris Bozung D Sitka Spruce and Mahogany

Chris Bozung has been quietly building some very fine guitars right up the road from us in Fairview TN for some time now. Clients have included Vince Gill, Peter Rowan, Bill Whitacre, and fingerstyle wizard Pete Huttlinger.

This instrument is modeled after Martin's standard torch bearer D-18 which has been used since it's inception by musicians of all genres and abilities. From Doc Watson to Elvis and everything in between, the Spruce top, Mahogany backed guitar has been a hit and copied since it's birth. Known for it's percussive bottom end and high clear trebles, lead players love it's clarity, and rhythm strummers enjoy the crisp airy chording. The guitar not only looks like the traditional model, but more importantly sounds like a classic! The Sitka Spruce top provides sweetness and plenty of treble chime, and will only sweeten over time. This would also make a great singer/songwriter's instrument.

Bass notes are full and deep, with a "whoomp" that will lead any jam session with authority, and the trebles are rounder in nature with a beautiful clarity even as you climb further up the neck. The Vintage top toner looks clean and even, and while you may have not played this in bars and pickin' parlors for years, it certainly looks like it!

This 2010 Chris Bozung D Sitka Spruce and Mahogany guitar is in excellent + condition.  There is some light surface scratching on the top of the guitar above the soundhole, and on the pickguard, none of which are through the finish, and can be seen in the detailed photos below. It has very minor fretwear and includes the original hardshell case.

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2011 Martin HD 28 Sitka Spruce and Indian Rosewood

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 2011 Martin HD 28 Sitka Spruce and Indian Rosewood

Under the leadership of C.F. Martin IV, Martin and Co. has always built each of their guitars with extreme quality and beauty. All Martin guitars have always used top notch woods that are expertly inspected and selected by the wood experts at Martin. Nothing else sounds like a Martin guitar, and many of the most famous small builders in the world use Martin's original designs as foundations for their instruments.

During the 1980s, Martin made some custom order and short production-run reissues of the legendary pre-World War II model D-28. The pre-War D-28s are affectionately known as “herringbones” or just “bones” by virtue of the herringbone marquetry inlaid along the perimeter of the top.

The Martin HD-28 Standard Dreadnought Acoustic is a re-creation of the legendary herringbone D-28-style guitars, with a Sitka spruce top, solid rosewood back and sides, and mahogany neck with ebony fingerboard.

Vintage appointments include herringbone top trim, a traditional zigzag backstrip, and Martin's famous scalloped X-bracing that allows the top to vibrate more freely, yielding a louder, more open tone.

This HD-28 has all of the deep bass response that Martin is famous for. Chords are rich and full with no unpleasant or harsh highs.

This 2011 Martin HD 28 Sitka Spruce and Indian Rosewood is in excellent condition with a few minor surface scratches which we attempted to capture in the detailed photos below.  It has minor fretwear and includes the original hardshell case.

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SOLD: 2013 Taylor 814 CE CV Sitka and Indian Rosewood with Sunburst Finish

Hear This Instrument: 2013 Taylor 814 CE CV Sitka and Indian Rosewood with Sunburst Finish
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 2013 Taylor 814 CE CV Sitka and Indian Rosewood with Sunburst Finish

Taylor's most popular and versatile body shape, the mid-size Grand Auditorium arrived in 1994 bearing refined proportions that fell between a Dreadnought and Grand Concert. While the bigger Dreadnought was traditionally considered a flatpicker’s guitar and the smaller Grand Concert catered to fingerstylists, the GA was designed to deliver on both fronts.

The shape produced an original acoustic voice that was big enough to handle medium-strength picking and strumming, yet with impressive balance across the tonal spectrum, especially in the midrange, producing clear, well-defined notes that suited both strumming and fingerstyle playing.

The Taylor 814ce overall presence tracks well with other instruments both in a studio mix and on stage, and singer-songwriters have embraced its utility both for composing and traveling with one guitar. Many people want a single guitar that can cover a variety of styles, which is why the 814CE continues to be Taylor's best selling shape. If you want a great all-purpose guitar, the multi-dimensional 814CE won’t let you down.

This is a limited edition model featuring Adirondack Spruce CV Bracing created exclusively for Wildwood Guitars.  Adirondack Spruce is a stiffer bracing material that makes for a more responsive and lively top.

The topwood on this guitar is Sitka Spruce, paired with Indian Rosewood back and sides. This is a classic combination that is highly versatile for many playing styles. Sitka can be played fingerstyle or with a flatpick and can excel at both. It is ideal for flatpickers who don't require the stiffness of Adirondack, offering more volume and responsiveness from a lighter touch. When combined with rosewood on the back and sides, Sitka is very lush and has a warm, rich low end.

Additionally, this guitar features Taylor’s ground-breaking Expression System® (ES). The ES is an all-magnetic acoustic guitar pickup system that works like a microphone to produce a pure signal and a warm, natural acoustic sound. When you plug in, you'll hear the sound of your guitar, not the sound of the pickup. No complicated controls. No tone simulators. Just a clean amplified acoustic guitar sound supported by three simple controls — volume, bass and treble.

This 2013 Taylor 814 CE CV Sitka and Indian Rosewood with Sunburst Finish is in excellent + condition with only minor fretwear, and some barely visible dis-colorization beneath the surface on the cutaway which we have attempted to capture in the detailed photos below. It includes Original Hardshell Case.

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SOLD: 2006 Martin 000 28EC Eric Clapton Signature Model

Hear This Instrument: 2006 Martin 000 28EC Eric Clapton Signature Model
Recorded In-House on a Sony PCM-D50 handheld recorder with no compression or eq.
 2006 Martin 000 28EC Eric Clapton Signature Model

As advertising manager for Martin; Dick Boak had Chris Martin's permission to contact Eric Clapton as Boak had been receiving so many calls regarding just what Clapton was playing on his incredibly popular Unplugged record. Eric Clapton has relied on Martin 000s throughout acoustic career, resulting in huge increases in sales and interest from the 90s and onward.

In 1995, Martin collaborated with Clapton and released the first of many signature models - the 000-42EC. Wildly popular and rather expensive, the impact of the 000-42EC resulted in a simpler and more affordable, yet equally as spectacular model. With Clapton's tremendous input, the 000-28EC was introduced to great acclaim early in 1996. The 000-28EC fits the bill, and this particular one has opened up beautifully!

Each 000-28EC bears an interior label, individually numbered in sequence. We are pleased to offer this unique, immaculately cared for and incredible sounding guitar. Clapton himself has called 000-28EC a "utilitarian in the very best sense of the word" - and we would agree wholeheartedly!

The 000-28EC shares some characteristics with famed pre-war 000s, including a scalloped X bracing pattern. The 14th fret neck joint extends the reach beyond the typical 12th fret joint on 000s, but is still frets effortlessly up and down the fingerboard due to its short scale. The profile of the neck is a slight modified V with a 1 3/4" nut width. The combination is a nice complement that fills out your left hand without too much heft. The 000-28EC is surprisingly warm and rich, lending itself nicely to fingerpicking, yet with enough headroom for strumming.

It has the smaller "000" body size that Clapton prefers and that is particularly popular among fingerstyle and blues guitarists who like a clear and balanced sound together with the string flexibility that the shorter 24.9" scale length allows. It's top is Sitka Spruce with a vintage toner finish: the 2-piece back and sides are Indian Rosewood with a gloss finish. The body is bound with grained ivoroid. A genuine ebony fingerboard features Eric Clapton's signature, inlaid in mother-of-pearl between the 19th and 20th frets.

A few years of playing has opened up the Sitka Spruce top; it is responsive and mellowed on the top end, not to mention an absolutely handsome patina in terms of the color of the top. Hands down one of the nicest Martin 000s we have played! The Indian Rosewood brings the guitar balance and warmth, and when coupled with Sitka Spruce brings the guitar strong fundamentals, quick response, warm round trebles, and with the Sitka top can be strummed or finger-picked with ease.

This 2006 Martin 000 28EC is in excellent condition with some very minor pickguard and body scratches which do not penetrate the finish. It has very minor fretwear and includes the original Hardshell Case.

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SOLD: 1997 Martin 000 28EC Eric Clapton Signature Model

 1997 Martin 000 28EC Eric Clapton Signature Model

1997 Martin 000 28EC Eric Clapton Signature Model #1236

 

As advertising manager for Martin; Dick Boak had Chris Martin's permission to contact Eric Clapton as Boak had been receiving so many calls regarding just what Clapton was playing on his incredibly popular Unplugged record. Eric Clapton has relied on Martin 000s throughout acoustic career, resulting in huge increases in sales and interest from the 90s and onward. In 1995, Martin collaborated with Clapton and released the first of many signature models - the 000-42EC. Wildly popular and rather expensive, the impact of the 000-42EC resulted in a simpler and more affordable, yet equally as spectacular model. With Clapton's tremendous input, the 000-28EC was introduced to great acclaim early in 1996. The 000-28EC fits the bill, and this particular one has opened up beautifully!

Each 000-28EC bears an interior label, individually numbered in sequence. This instrument is number 1236 out of the thousands that have been produced. We are pleased to offer this unique, immaculately cared for, low production numbered, and incredible sounding guitar. Clapton himself has called 000-28EC a "utilitarian in the very best sense of the word" - and we would agree wholeheartedly!

The 000-28EC shares some characteristics with famed pre-war 000s, including a scalloped X bracing pattern. The 14th fret neck joint extends the reach beyond the typical 12th fret joint on 000s, but is still frets effortlessly up and down the fingerboard due to its short scale. The profile of the neck is a slight modified V with a 1 3/4" nut width. The combination is a nice complement that fills out your left hand without too much heft. The 000-28EC is surprisingly warm and rich, lending itself nicely to fingerpicking, yet with enough headroom for strumming.

It has the smaller "000" body size that Clapton prefers and that is particularly popular among fingerstyle and blues guitarists who like a clear and balanced sound together with the string flexibility that the shorter 24.9" scale length allows. It's top is Sitka Spruce with a vintage toner finish: the 2-piece back and sides are Indian Rosewood with a gloss finish. The body is bound with grained ivoroid. A genuine ebony fingerboard features the pre-war Style 28 snowflake pattern in a blond pearl, and Eric Clapton's signature is inlaid in mother-of-pearl between the 19th and 20th frets.

A few years of playing has opened up the Sitka Spruce top; it is responsive and mellowed on the top end, not to mention an absolutely handsome patina in terms of the color of the top. Hands down one of the nicest Martin 000s we have played! The Indian Rosewood brings the guitar balance and warmth, and when coupled with Sitka Spruce brings the guitar strong fundamentals, quick response, warm round trebles, and with the Sitka top can be strummed or finger-picked with ease.

This 1997 Martin 000 28EC is in excellent condition with some minor pickguard and body scratches which do not penetrate the finish and slight finish delamination on the back and sides of the neck. It includes the original Hardshell Case.

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SOLD: 2011 Martin 000 18GE Golden Era 1937 Adirondack Spruce and Mahogany

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 2011 Martin 000 18GE Golden Era 1937 Adirondack Spruce and Mahogany

Martin's line of Golden Era guitars replicate select pre-war Style "18" models built during the 1930s, Martin's first "Golden Era" of legendary quality and originality. Features include mahogany backs and sides finished in the original lacquer tints and stains, Adirondack red spruce tops and '30s style forward-shifted X-bracing, tortoise body bindings, '30s style logo and solid Brazilian rosewood head plate.

This guitar does a fantastic job at replicating the old classic pre-war Martin 18 models. It has a very warm, classic Martin sound that is never harsh or brittle. The Adirondack top will give back as much as you can put into it and sound incredible. Adirondack Spruce is often referred to as "the holy grail" of topwoods. The Adirondack drives the top of this small yet powerful instrument. Often favored by heavy handed players, and provides nearly unlimited headroom when you need the extra power.

The body size makes this guitar very comfortable to play...and with it's incredibly vintage tone you will want to spend hours curled up with this guitar. With the 1-3/4" nut width and 000 size, the guitar is also suited well to fingerstyle players looking for the "Golden Era" warmth.

The tone is very balanced and individual strings never get muddy with heavier force. Notes are well defined, woody and clear.  This guitar was setup by an authorized Martin tech for low action and easy playability.

This 2011 Martin 000 18GE Golden Era 1937 Adirondack Spruce and Mahogany is in excellent + condition, with just a few minor surface scratches which we have attempted to capture in the detailed photos below. It has very minor fretwear and includes the original hardshell case.

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SOLD: 1969 Gibson J 45 Slope Shoulder with Sitka Spruce and Mahogany

Hear This Instrument: 1969 Gibson J 45 Slope Shoulder with Sitka Spruce and Mahogany
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 1969 Gibson J 45 Slope Shoulder with Sitka Spruce and Mahogany

The classic Gibson Slope-Shoulder sunburst model world renowned for it's full, balanced expression, warm bass, and excellent projection, thanks to advanced bracing techniques utilized by Gibson at the time.  Gibson nicknamed the J-45 their "workhorse" and players such as Bob Dylan and Buddy Holly helped the guitar live up to the name.

The J45 guitar is probably Gibson's most popular acoustic guitar ever made. At the time, they were not an expensive or fancy guitar. But they are a good one! The sound of a J-45 is very warm and fat. Playability of the Gibson J-45 is excellent too. This makes the Gibson J-45 one of the best and most popular flattop Gibsons to ever be produced. Also, since the Gibson J-45 guitar was in production for so long, J-45s are easier to find than most any other Gibson flattop model.

The sound from this classic filled the entire shop with classic Gibson tone. The volume produced by this guitar is astonishing, a testament to the wood chosen by Gibson during that era.  Balance is maintained no matter how hard you strum it... it just keeps getting louder!

This guitar shows wear consistent with guitars of it's age.  There is finish checking throughout with numerous dents and dings. We have attempted to capture most of the wear in the detailed photos below. It has minor fretwear and includes the original hardshell case.

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SOLD: 2002 Larrivee D 09 Custom Sitka Spruce and Indian Rosewood with LR Baggs IMix

 2002 Larrivee D 09 Custom Sitka Spruce and Indian Rosewood with LR Baggs IMix

Larrivee's line of traditional dreadnoughts are an under-appreciated line of instruments for bluegrass and flatpicking. They showcase all of the sought after qualities for such an instrument at a very reasonable price - rich, warm low-end response; punchy midrange, and a presence that demands to be heard. This powerhouse is worth every penny!

The quest for perfect tone in a Larrivee guitar always comes back to the wood. Sourcing the highest quality materials available and constantly striving to extract maximum value out of every single board foot is a mandate they take very seriously. This particular guitar features a Sitka top paired with Indian Rosewood back and sides. Sitka Spruce is a top tonewood that is favorable for many players, as it is one of the most versatile tonewoods available.

In regards to stiffness, Sitka is much more flexible than Adirondack, therefore exhibiting increased responsiveness and a richer low end when played at moderate levels. While not quite as powerful for the heaviest of pickers, Sitka lends itself quite nicely for fingerstyle playing as well, allowing you to cover much more musical playing styles than an Adirondack dreadnought will be capable of... not to mention that many players simply don't play hard enough to comfortably drive an Adirondack top. Sitka Spruce is in many ways the perfect compromise!

The Indian Rosewood brings the guitar balance and warmth, and when coupled with Sitka Spruce brings the guitar strong fundamentals, quick response, warm round trebles, and can be strummed or finger-picked with ease.

This guitar has some minute finish cracks on the top and upper bout along the fretboard, additionally, there is some finish separation on the peghead around the tuners and some small surface scratches on the back of peghead. We have attempted to capture any wear in the detailed photos below. It has minor fretwear and includes the original hardshell case.

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SOLD: 2011 Martin OM 28V Solid Sitka Spruce Top and Solid East Indian Rosewood

 2011 Martin OM 28V Solid Sitka Spruce Top and Solid East Indian Rosewood

Under the leadership of C.F. Martin IV, Martin and Co. has always built each of their guitars with extreme quality and beauty. All Martin guitars have always used top notch woods that are expertly inspected and selected by the wood experts at Martin. Nothing else sounds like a Martin guitar, and many of the most famous small builders in the world use Martin's original designs as foundations for their instruments.

This OM is part of Martin's "28" series with a herringbone top purfle. Made from solid East Indian rosewood with a solid Sitka spruce top, it also features a solid black ebony fingerboard, and herringbone inlays around the rosette.

This is a classic combination that is highly versatile for many playing styles. Sitka can be played fingerstyle or with a flatpick and can excel at both. It is ideal for flatpickers who don't require the stiffness of Adirondack, offering more volume and responsiveness from a lighter touch. When combined with rosewood on the back and sides, Sitka is very lush and has a warm, rich low end.

The OM28V sounds exactly like a fine guitar should sound. Flat Pick, Finger Pick, Finger strum and any other method gives you great balance, strong mellow base, clear mids and highs without twang.

This 2011 Martin OM 28V Solid Sitka Spruce Top and Solid East Indian Rosewood is in excellent condition with only a few, very minor surface scratches and finish cracks which we have attempted to capture in the detailed photos below.  It has minor fretwear and includes the original Martin Hardshell Case.

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SOLD: 2012 Martin 000 15SM All Mahogany

 2012 Martin 000 15SM All Mahogany

Mahogany guitars have received quite a lot of attention as of late - possibly due to the recent reemergence of early folk and Americana in the music scene. Keeping up with the times, Martin released this run of affordable, satin finished guitars with all the mojo and sparkle of their vintage counterparts.

The Martin 000-15SM works to faithfully replicate the original 15 series of all mahogany guitars from the 1940s. Originally, mahogany was used as a more affordable alternative, but it was quickly discovered that the tone of a mahogany top is hard to beat for blue fingerpicking and folksy strumming. The 000-15SM is perfect for those very styles, with sweet, crisp, and focused tones.

The 00015SM has a classic, old-time appearance - holding fast to appointments of the time. The top is simply appointed with a single ring rosette and a tortoise pickguard. Don't miss out on a chance to get into the the classic, woody tone of mahogany guitars without spending a small fortune.

The Fishman Matrix Infinity is an undersaddle acoustic guitar pickup and preamp system that delivers transparent and natural sound allowing your instrument's natural tone to be heard in amplified performances. This Fishman pickup system is noted for providing crystal clear string response, balance, and sensitivity. The pickup senses the motion of the entire saddle, providing superb string-to-string balance and great sensitivity to the guitar strings and guitar top. The Fishman Matrix Infinity features switchable voicing and full volume and tone control with minimal tone coloration.

This 2012 Martin 000 15SM All Mahogany is in excellent + condition, with only a few minor scratches and dents which we have attempted to capture in the detailed photos below. It has very minor fret wear and includes the original hardshell case.

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SOLD: 1994 Larrivee LS 09 Small Body Acoustic Guitar

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 1994 Larrivee LS 09 Small Body Acoustic Guitar

As a young builder, Jean Larrivee gambled that a classical-style symmetrical bracing pattern might result in more balanced tone when used to build a steel-string guitar. He was, of course, correct, and Larrivee guitars ever since have been famous for their impeccable attention to balance.

This impressive instrument is a hard-to-find Larrivee small body 'L' guitar built in 1996, projecting significant low end for its size. After producing the LS-09s from the 1970s until the 1990s, Larrivee made only a limited run of this model in recent years.

Most of these you'll find (if you can find them) are subtly different in some way, with respect to aesthetics such as the binding, pickguard or headstock border. With a wide-open top and excellent bass response, this sought after Larrivee model is worth a serious look!

This 1994 Larrivee LS 09 Small Body Acoustic Guitar is in excellent condition with a few small dents and surface scratches which we have attempted to capture in the detailed photos below. It has very minor fretwear and includes the original hardshell case.

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