Martin D-28 Authentic 1937 – Review

The Benchmark Dreadnought Lives Again in the Martin D-28 Authentic 1937

The latest attempt to replicate the acoustic guitar to which all others are compared, Martin’s D-28 Authentic 1937 is an exquisite example of guitarmaking.

“Martin has succeeded wonderfully in this endeavor, building a time capsule of a rosewood dreadnought eager to begin its own sonic journey toward musical immortality. While it remains impossible to build-in 77 years of seasoning, the envied owner of a new D-28 A 1937 will be afforded the privilege of breaking in the fledgling tone woods and ultra-thin nitrocellulose finish, to coax out more and more of the guitar’s rich, round rosewood lows, punchy Adirondack mids, and pure, ringing trebles that signify the classic Martin sound.”

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Martin D-28 Authentic 1937 review

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