An exceptionally fine 1975 Martin D-35, with perfect action and set-up, and excellent tone.
Through the 1970’s Martin’s D-35 was the company’s best selling dreadnought. Players looking for the bass response they heard in older herringbone D-28s flocked to the D-35 as it offered significantly more bottom end than the D-28 of the day. The 35 featured a more lightly braced top, which brought forward the bass response people were seeking.
Indian rosewood back and sides, sitka spruce top, ebony fingerboard and bridge. Multi-layered white bindings, bound fingerboard, black pickguard. Semi-gloss original lacquer finish, Grover tuners. 1-11/16” nut, 25.4” scale, round neck carve.
Only minor overall cosmetic flaws and it comes with the original hard case.