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Martin & Co D-35
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Martin & Co D-35
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«  Bluffing »

Published on 07/03/13 at 09:37
USA
Top: Solid Sitka Spruce
Back: Solid Rosewood East
Sides: Solid Rosewood East
Dams: Standard'' X''
Neck: Mahogany (painted satin)
Frets: 20 Type Small (14 non-cash)
Fingerboard: Ebony massive (it seems?)
Bridge: Ebony massive

The finish is very good, white binding and rosewood back three parts super

Delivered in case Martin 640

UTILIZATION

Handle low profile satin nice
The top of the handle is not larger but Ok
The frets are rather thin and snug
Access to acute is correct for this type of guitar
On delivery the game is a little high, he had to adjust the bridge saddle (compensated, bone) and slightly adjust the neck with the truss rod, now it's nickel

SOUNDS

Great sound despite his youth, I compare my Epiphone (Dreadnought Kalamazoo) 72 which sounds like hell ...
It is even more powerful with deep, well-rounded bass, accurate mids and crystal-clear highs, and what sustain!
Pleasant picking, powerful with a pick.
It can play almost any ...

OVERALL OPINION

Too short to make an objective judgment.
24 hours of pure happiness, 24 years I expected ...
I had and still have a lot of guitars, good some not so good ...
In the same price range I recently tried Taylor of Gibson (1 very good Songwriter), the Takamine, etc.. ... but I'm back on Martin and especially this bluffing D35 (new at the price of D18)
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