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Re: [SFVBluegrass] Thinking of moving up to a Martin?

From: Donald L Brown J.
Sent on: Thursday, June 21, 2012 6:06 PM
You know, Phil, I keep telling people I haven't played guitar much since I got into a bluegrass band, and started on mando because my old Gibson (some Jazz style) couldn't be heard in jams an could use a fret job.

I don't know enough about the difference in details but a martin might be right for Bluegrass?

Buzz

On Jun 21, 2012, at 11:16 AM, Phil C wrote:

Hey gang.  Just saw this ad on Craigslist.  I've not played this particular guitar, but I've played several DM models.  They're really nice guitars.

They're asking $650 for this one, used.  The DM is solid spruce top, Mahogany back and sides, solid wood neck with (I think) rosewood fingerboard and bridge.  It's got a mortise/tenon neck joint.  It's really, basically, a D-18 with the mortise/tenon.

If you're not playing a Martin, this is worth look....if you are, it might be a decent beater guitar to have for gigs in the rain or very hot weather.

http://losangeles.craigslist.org/sgv/msg/3086882224.html

I don't know who's selling this, I get nothing from the sale.

 

Just so you know.

 

Cheerios





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