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  • Anonymous

    Martin & Co D-41Published on 05/13/08 at 10:25
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    American, as everyone knows
    it is a 14 frets pan coupbr /> it is not amplified but it is ready to host a team pr amplification (or piezo pickup in my case)

    USE

    I took on the knees and I did most cowardly
    First it was the martin I was playing, then this could be another one but aa t l.
    It is both lightweight but not sche compact yet vibrant, it's amazing as she lives in your arms.
    The sound is clear and rich in harmonics so late but with nice bass at all invasive, a real guitar sound sche, the one that finally searching when I think sche folk guitar.

    SONORITS

    I like all styles and wife all the games and styles to create songs and magnify it really is the instrument that f…
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    American, as everyone knows
    it is a 14 frets pan coupbr /> it is not amplified but it is ready to host a team pr amplification (or piezo pickup in my case)

    USE

    I took on the knees and I did most cowardly
    First it was the martin I was playing, then this could be another one but aa t l.
    It is both lightweight but not sche compact yet vibrant, it's amazing as she lives in your arms.
    The sound is clear and rich in harmonics so late but with nice bass at all invasive, a real guitar sound sche, the one that finally searching when I think sche folk guitar.

    SONORITS

    I like all styles and wife all the games and styles to create songs and magnify it really is the instrument that flatters your efforts. particulirement clatante in the rhythmic stolen from mdiator.

    NOTICE GLOBAL

    I've had 15 days and I pampered like a fairy.
    She is really beautiful and has added to the report we have with it (of the order of intimacy)
    it's a little chance meeting, I did not type in this price range but the report musicality and feel of really having a dream instrument does not make me at all ask me questions its price fully justified I think (except may be that you can have the sound in other ranges in martin) but it's like everything in life, it is the meeting which is for many the beautiful moments.

    In any case even with a microphone for carcinoid taken home studio dj sound is fantastic, nothing to do with my other guitars (for the most cheap shot bcp)

    a risk-free choice, in any case, a guitar that can not disappoint
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  • whale102.3whale102.3

    Martin & Co D-41Published on 09/12/08 at 14:16
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Nazareth guitar made in USA)
    - Solid Spruce
    - Sides and Solid Rosewood back
    - Head and neck solid mahogany / ebony fingerboard (Inscrption CF MARTIN on the head) to Christian Frederick Martin
    - Bone Nut
    - Mechanical Martin Golden (Gotoh)

    UTILIZATION

    The first grip Assembly not easy, the handle is flat enough (for my taste), the action is also not the lowest, and yeah it's a guitar that is widely used in USA to practice bluegrass, so guitarists that fall within, one could lower the action to curl, but nothing serious, it is still completely playable arpeggio, in rhythm, and even picking. This guitar is very light, which is good sign for an acoustic guitar. Side look, it …
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    Nazareth guitar made in USA)
    - Solid Spruce
    - Sides and Solid Rosewood back
    - Head and neck solid mahogany / ebony fingerboard (Inscrption CF MARTIN on the head) to Christian Frederick Martin
    - Bone Nut
    - Mechanical Martin Golden (Gotoh)

    UTILIZATION

    The first grip Assembly not easy, the handle is flat enough (for my taste), the action is also not the lowest, and yeah it's a guitar that is widely used in USA to practice bluegrass, so guitarists that fall within, one could lower the action to curl, but nothing serious, it is still completely playable arpeggio, in rhythm, and even picking. This guitar is very light, which is good sign for an acoustic guitar. Side look, it tears completely, it is a marvel, I have had for 5 months and I still admire him as much.

    SOUNDS

    The sound is splendid, the balance is perfect with very low round of the medium as it is necessary, access to treble seems a little difficult on fast tracks (not to be mistaken for J'me this point!)
    The chords come out with splendor, and depth of body rather impressive, why is equipped with microphone! (Joke).
    This guitar requires a virile game to extract all its richness, I play with a 12/54 drawing, but I think had a 11/52 drawing as elixir for a game a little easier.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I bought this guitar D41 for € 1700, like new (late model 2007) a bargain, I have long dreamed of this Martin, and do not really regret my purchase. This guitar is pretty, it sounds perfectly (I can not tell you when the woods have grown in age).
    If you dreamed of, so there's more to save money, you will not regret it! However, remember that you never buy a guitar without trying it ...
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