D-45 Dreadnought

The D-45 Dreadnought is the flagship model of the Standard Series. It is the most ornate Standard Series instrument, featuring hand inlaid pearl and premium tonewoods. The guitar of choice for legends like Gene Autry and Stephen Stills, it’s the perfect guitar for a discerning collector or musician. Nothing says you’ve arrived like a D-45.

Acoustic Guitar Body Types

This should be the most common guitar body type , that is ,we used to call "folk guitar '', standard 41-inch , the guitar is relatively large, the guitarwaist is not that prominent, this kind of type design is early from the famous Martin ,  the most world well-know guitar is theMartin D-45 Standard Series, Martin's flagship dreadnought guitar.The D-45 represents the most elegantly appointed dreadnought Martin offers in their line. This kind of guitar is relatively large , so the resonance effect it relatively good , has a very vast feeling of mellow bass, very suitable for rhythmic strumming. 


The D12-28 gives Martin's classic acoustic guitar the 12-string treatment. The Martin D-28 is a 6-string legend: the quintessential flat top. Imbue it with 12 strings, and there's nothing it can't do. With its formidable dreadnought size, solid spruce top, and solid rosewood back and sides, this guitar's a cannon. 

Bob Dylan SJ-200

The SJ-200 Player’s Edition is a high-performance model based on Bob Dylan’s personal guitar. This model is constructed with Adirondack red spruce

and hand-selected AAA flamed maple. Featuring vintage style hide glue top bracing.

Classic Jumbo Sound with the SJ-200

Beautifully made, quite lightweight, chords resonate clearly and loud, need time for your ears to  settle! But not long,good for fingerpicking,great gibson tone,even sound all over fretboard, great guitar.

Comments about Martin 000-28 Eric Clapton Signature Auditorium Acoustic

After playing guitar for over 25 years it was time for an instrument like this. During the past couple of years

I'd increased my playing time and found that I was enjoying it more and wanting to push myself.

I've found that instruments that are better than the player create inspiration for practicing and pushing oneself,

and from the first minute that I had this guitar in my hands and began playing, I fell in love.