The Martin 000-28 is a classic acoustic guitar that has been praised for its warm, rich tone and balanced sound. It is a versatile guitar that can be used for a variety of genres, including folk, blues, and country. The 000-28 is a favorite among musicians of all levels, from beginners to professionals.
- Solid Sitka spruce top
- East Indian rosewood back and sides
- Ebony fingerboard
- Mahogany neck
- Abalone rosette and purfling
- Bone nut and saddle
- Chrome Grover tuners
- Gold Martin logo
Sound of the Martin 000-28
The Martin 000-28 has a warm, rich tone with excellent balance. The highs are clear and articulate, while the lows are deep and resonant. The mids are well-defined, giving the guitar a full and well-rounded sound. The 000-28 is a very responsive guitar, and it projects well.
The Martin 000-28 is a very comfortable guitar to play. The neck is smooth and easy to play, and the action is low. The guitar is also well-balanced, so it doesn’t feel heavy or cumbersome.
The Martin 000-28 is a versatile guitar that can be used for a variety of genres. It is a great guitar for folk, blues, and country music. It can also be used for rock, pop, and jazz.
The Martin 000-28 is a high-quality guitar that is built to last. It is a valuable instrument that will appreciate in value over time.
The Martin 000-28 is a classic acoustic guitar that is loved by musicians of all levels. It is a versatile guitar that can be used for a variety of genres. It is a high-quality instrument that is built to last.
Overall Rating: 5/5
- Warm, rich tone
- Excellent balance
- Comfortable to play
- High-quality construction
Can be expensive
The Martin 000-28 is a great choice for musicians of all levels, from beginners to professionals. It is a versatile guitar that can be used for a variety of genres. It is a high-quality instrument that is built to last.
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Features of the Martin 000-28 Acoustic Guitar
|Body Size||000-14 Fret|
|Fingerboard Width at Nut||1 11/16”|
|Top Material||Solid Sitka Spruce with VTS|
|Neck Shape||Modified V|
|Back Material||East Indian Rosewood|
|Neck Taper||Standard Taper|
|Side Material||East Indian Rosewood|
|Electronics||Optional Fishman Gold Plus Natural I|
|Top Color||Antique Toner|
|Bridge Style||Modern Belly – Drop in Saddle|
|Binding||European Flamed Maple|
|Bridge String Spacing||2 1/8”|
|Top Inlay Material||Multi-Stripe|
|Bridge Pin Material||Black Plastic|
|Bridge Pin Dots||Abalone|
|Rosette||Abalone with Multi-Stripe|
|Brace Material||Sitka Spruce|
|Back and Sides Color||None|
|Back Purfling/Strip||Style 28|
|Back Inlay Material||Multi-Stripe|
|Heelcap||European Flamed Maple with Multi-Stripe|
|Endpiece||European Flamed Maple|
|Side Inlay Material||Multi-Stripe|
|Neck Material||Select Hardwood|
|Fingerboard Width at 12th Fret||2 1/8”|
|Neck Color||Dark Mahogany|
|Fingerboard Inlay Style||Diamond & Square Long w/ Signature|
|Number of Frets Total||20|
|Fingerboard Inlay Material||Abalone|
|Neck Joins Body At||14th Fret|
|Fingerboard Binding Material||None|
|Side Dots||Mother of Pearl|
|Headstock Shape||Solid Taper|
|Tuning Machines||Nickel Open Gear|
|Headplate Logo Style||Script Old Style Overlay|
|Headplate Binding Material||None|
|Left Handed Availability||True|
|Label||Paper Label (Signed by Brooke Ligertwood, Numbered in Sequence w/ No Total)|
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