The Martin D-28 has developed a rich history over the years, and is seen by many as a true workhorse acoustic flat top and arguably Martin's flagship Spruce & Rosewood guitar, having been used by countless musicians across folk and rock music. This 1984 Martin Shenandoah D-2832 is an interesting example of the Shenandoah range, where for a time Martin was importing parts from Japan and finishing them in Pennsylvania as a cheaper alternative to the standard USA Martin line. Featuring a Spruce top and Laminate Rosewood back and sides, these guitars have a sound of their own, and really sing for a guitar with only a solid top. Other features include a rosewood finger board and bridge along with tortoiseshell pickguard, herringbone binding and back a seam, and a non original LR Baggs M1 active pickup.
As with all our instruments, this guitar has been given a full service and appraisal by our luthiers at the Vintage Instrument Workshop, and includes a 3 year warranty. It also includes its original Martin case.