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Martin & Co D-35
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Martin & Co D-35
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Published on 01/23/06 at 12:58
Martin D35 in 2004, manufacturing United States
Bought new with tui Thomann 1666 euros + 10 euros shipping
Epica, rosewood back into 3 parts; dam finest from a D28
Construction and rglages irrprochables.
Handle even when fairly strait for large paws (not my case!)

UTILIZATION

Channel enjoyable although it can beat the ease of play, but this is trs correct.
Can be mounted light strings for amliorer.
Guitar PSE weight of solid wood so you can also find + lightweight plywood but will not do the same fawn.
Guitar rpond although it involved picking low volume (sustain and warmth) or involved in nergique mdiator (folk boom Neil Young fawn or bluegrass)

SOUNDS

Guitar powerful and well-planned, low on top, crystalline highs.
But the main CHARACTERISTICS are in my opinion the sound quality:
- Sustain that continues, extends ...
- Trs rsonance a warm and harmonics galore on the same acute
Playing dclenche a smile of satisfaction incontrlable ...

OVERALL OPINION

Guitar has been using for 1 + year with always the same pleasure
Only small default: the ease of play an average D especially when you have small arms but it did.
APRs have previously bought several guitars folks (EN60C Takamine, Ovation custom balladeer, Lowden S5), it is the best without question!
As Paul Beuscher could say a few years ago (and still true now + o prices have tightened between diffrent marks) for the price of a guitar, treat yourself to a Martin!
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