$2,499.00 - $3,199.00
3 Stores23 Reviews
Review by pixelpadre
January, 10 2013
Pros: Lifetime warranty
Cons: Not worth the money. Lightweight. Flimsy. Economical tuners.
Review by gary1963
November, 13 2011
Pros: Great sound and playability. Perfect build and finish. Excellent hard shell case.
Cons: No Martin warranty for UK buyers,
Review by medonte
May, 24 2008
Pros: Unbelievable sound and build quality.
Cons: No front strap button. That's it.
Review by aw1908
September, 04 2007
Pros: Sound, look, quality, versatility
Cons: none in my opinion
Review by varthold
July, 04 2007
Pros: The infamous Martin "bark," strong bass, treble, mid-range.
Cons: It's pretty darned pricey.
Review by George_Chabot
June, 24 2006
Pros: Reputation, hard shell case, good for players with small hands
Cons: High price for the trim level, soft easily damaged finish, sound tends towards bass
Review by larryguitar
December, 23 2005
Pros: Sound. Construction. Beauty.
Cons: Cost but you should stay home if you don't wanna go big.
Review by monstar99
November, 21 2005
Pros: The Martin D-28 is a fine sounding guitar.
Cons: The downgraded fingerboard and bridge sacrifices the D-28's visual symmetry and trademark look.
Review by buffoonery
January, 15 2004
Pros: One of the finest acoustic guitars available
Cons: Cost. Many bucks, esp for vintage models
Review by xxxexplizitxxx
July, 17 2003
Pros: It has truly amazing sound.
Cons: Nothing special about its appearance. Just another good Martin.
Review by LILvoyce
June, 11 2003
Pros: Sound is the best.
Cons: No cons!!!!!
Review by fenderman1
May, 23 2002
Pros: Wonderful sounding guitar that will last a lifetime if cared for properly.
Cons: Expensive guitar that will bite into anyone's budget.
Review by checkthis
March, 26 2001
Pros: Great sounding instrument that gets better with age. A joy to play.
Cons: Martin's customer service leaves something to be desired
Review by Goodheart00
October, 31 2000
Pros: Classic design; perfect tone for their class; non-scalloped braces for clear, un-muddied voice.
Cons: Not as fancy looking as other models, but I play guitars for how they sound and feel. Not how they look.
Review by hbrotha3
September, 13 2000
Pros: stamina, playability
Review by Horswispr
August, 09 2000
Pros: bold, rich sound; stays in tune; hammers and pulls sound great
Cons: a bit bassy for some delicate finger-picking tunes; don't get too close to the mic!
Review by Gr8ful
August, 08 2000
Pros: Excellent sound quality in a beautiful piece of wood.
Cons: Expensive but worth every cent.
Review by davidtrabue
July, 21 2000
Pros: Full, rich sound - great neck!
Cons: Rosewood looks too dark-chocolate these days.