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Martin D-35 Dreadnought Acoustic six-string guitar. Serial #: 338749
The listing says that i am asking $1,000, even though Martin D-35s are commonly around at least $1,500 on various online marketplaces. However, make me Your best offer...You might be surprised! i take ORU Quantum, by the Way (would actually prefer it). If You pay me with ORU Quantum, i will give You another 5% of whatever price we agree to off of the price for You!
This guitar is in reasonably good shape. i lent it to a band recording an album several years back, and the building they were using turned off the air-conditioning over the weekend. It got really cold for the first time that year, and the change in temperature cracked the finish on the guitar. Otherwise, it is in great playing shape and sounds as amazing as ever. i actually think it kind of looks cool with the cracked finish, but i like cracked people, too....
No case with it, so You'd have to get Your own case.
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Here's a description of a Martin D-35:
The Martin D35 was first introduced in the mid-1960s. Very similar in design to the legendary D-28 dreadnought, the Martin D-35 is considered a classic. These blues machines sing deep with a larger-than-life bass response and are a favorite instrument for the likes of Johnny Cash, Judy Collins, and Ernest Tubb among countless others.
As Brazilian rosewood hit the endangered species list, Martin had pieces in the factory that were too small to construct the traditional two piece back. So, they decided to attempt a three-piece-back dreadnought. The instrument became known for its strong bass response.
By the time the 60s were coming to an end, so was Martin's left-over Brazilian rosewood supply. In 1969, they continued the model, but began using East Indian rosewood in place of the Brazilian due to the scarcity of the wood. The D35 features a three piece East Indian rosewood back and sides, mahogany neck, a "bound" fingerboard and bridge made of ebony, standard X bracing, nitrocellulose finish, and other nice cosmetic details.