Debuting in 1969m the gorgeous Martin D-41 dreadnought boasts a solid spruce top that is hand-joined to lustrous rosewood back and sides. Abalone inlays in the rosette and ebony fret board, combined with full binding and gold hardware. Among the other characteristics the D-41 shares with the rest of the Martin standard dreadnoughts are the high quality ebony fingerboard, the 1 11/16 neck width at the nut, and the 25.4 inch scale length and a high quality gloss finish.

The D-41 has a multi-ring rosette, at the center of which is a beautiful ring of abalone pearl. The spruce top is also completely surrounded by abalone inlay, just inside the white binding. If you perform on this guitar, the lights will catch the abalone and send vivid reflections out into the audience.

It sounds big. The D-41 has the classic Martin dreadnought sound in spades. It has that big Martin bass, a slightly recessed upper midrange, and clean, clear highs. It is a loud and responsive guitar.

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C.F. Martin & Company is a U.S. guitar manufacturer established in 1833 by Christian Frederick Martin. Martin is highly regarded for its steel-string guitars and is a leading mass-manufacturer of flattop acoustics. Martin instruments can cost thousands of dollars and vintage instruments often cost six figures. The company has also made several models of electric guitars and electric basses.

The company’s headquarters and primary factory are in Nazareth, Pennsylvania, located in the Lehigh Valley region of the state. Martin also manufactures instruments in Mexico. Martin produced 182 instruments during 1900, increasing to 24,085 in 2000.