1934 Martin D-28
Martin put the term "dreadnought" into the guitar lexicon in 1931, with the D-1 (soon to be D-18) and the D-2 (soon to be D-28). Like most Martins, these first dreadnoughts had 12 frets clear of the neck. However, Martin's 14-fret OM's, introduced in 1929, were gaining in popularity, and in 1934 all the D's got 14-fret necks, too.
This D-28 was made in that first year of the 14-fret dreadnought, and it has all the features of a classic herringbone -- including a great sound, of course.
As one would expect of a great-sounding guitar, it has been played, and it is in VG+ condition. With its orignal hard case, this instrument (inv. #AA5786) is priced at $45,000.
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