Martin D-35 Brazilian 50th Anniversary Limited Edition

$5,850.00Price
  • In celebration of the 50th Anniversary of Martin’s famous D-35, Martin proudly introduced this guitar in an FSC certified European spruce and solid Madagascar rosewood with a Brazilian rosewood center wedge for a phenomenal tone.

     

    This D-35 limited edition model bears an interior label personally signed by C. F. Martin IV and is numbered in sequence with the edition total, limited to 100 pieces worldwide. The condition of this pre-owned guitar is as good as new.

  • Construction: Dovetail Neck Joint

    Body Size: D-14 Fret

    Top: Certified European Spruce

    Rosette: Style 28

    Top Bracing Pattern: Standard “X” Non-Scalloped

    Top Braces: Solid Sitka Spruce 1/4″

    Back Material: Solid Madagascar Rosewood Wings w/ Brazilian Rosewood Wedge

    Back Purfling: Style 35

    Side Material: Solid Madagascar Rosewood

    Endpiece: Grained Ivoroid

    Endpiece Inlay: Black/White Boltaron

    Binding: Grained Ivoroid

    Top Inlay Style: Multiple Black/White Boltaron

    Side Inlay: Multiple Black/White Boltaron

    Back Inlay: Black/White Boltaron

    Neck Material: Genuine Mahogany

    Neck Shape: Modified Low Oval w/ Performing Artist Taper

    Nut Material: Bone

    Headstock: Solid/Square Taper

    Headplate: Solid Brazilian Rosewood w/ Large Old Style Decal

    Heelcap: Grained Ivoroid w/ Multiple B/W Inlay

    Fingerboard Material: Solid Black Ebony

    Scale Length: 25.4″

    Number Of Frets Clear: 14

    Number Of Frets Total: 20

    Fingerboard Width At Nut: 1-3/4″

    Fingerboard Width At 12th Fret: 2-1/8″

    Fingerboard Position Inlays: Style 28

    Fingerboard Binding: Grained Ivoroid

    Finish Back & Sides: Polished Gloss

    Finish Top: Polished Gloss w/ Aging Toner

    Finish Neck: Satin

    Bridge Material: Solid Black Ebony

    Bridge Style: Modified 30’s Style w/ Drop-In Saddle

    Bridge String Spacing: 2-3/16″

    Saddle: 16″ Radius/Compensated/Bone

    Case: Hardshell Case