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Unique dreadnought - a higher end version of less expensive D-15/D-16 models, made in the early 2000s only. Features: Solid mahogany top, back & sides, 1 piece mortise/tenon neck joint, solid mahogany neck, style 17 rosette, hybrid scalloped bracing, style 18 purfling, tortoise color binding, modified low oval neck shape, gloss finish top(GT) satin finish back & sides. Gold Martin tuners, raised gold foil C.F. Martin headstock logo, 1 11/16” nut, Indian Rosewood fretboard. Excellent condition with case.
Rare slope shoulder dreadnought, solid Sitka Spruce top, beautiful quilted Maple back and sides. Only offered in the mid 90s sources saying less than 300 made, original MSRP of $1,100. According to Yairi the "laminate" back & sides are NOT cheaper filler-veneer sandwich, it's a 3-layer sandwich of Canadian Bigleaf Maple for increased strength without sacrificing tone. Other features: genuine Rosewood fretboard & bridge, abalone soundhole rosette, tortoise-style pickguard & headstock overlay, gold sealed tuners, rosewood armrest. An L.R. Baggs Stage Pro Element Preamp system(sells for $179) with volume, treble, midrange, bass, notch filter & phase inversion controls has been installed. Very good condition with aftermarket case.
Made in Westerly, Rhode Island, Rosewood back and sides, 3-piece Mahogany neck, Ebony bridge & fretboard, Mother-of-Pearl and Abalone block position inlays, G-shield logo." Factory pickup with volume & tone knobs on upper bass side bout. there are scratches, dings throughout, some weather checking, a few cracks in neck binding, There are no cracks repaired or otherwise. Just had frets leveled, crowned & polished, loose binding reglued, & full setup done. String height from top of fret to bottom of low E string is about 1/32" at 1st fret & about 7/64" at 12th. We'd put this D-55 up there with any of Martin's Rosewood dreadnoughts(D-28, HD-28, D-35 etc). Original Guild logo deluxe hardshell case, also worn but fully functional.