Martin HD28-LSV

Acoustic 6-String Guitar

Made by Martin

Description Like the HD28 except has larger sound hole and the neck is 1 and 3/4" at the nut.
Posted By Doc Barbakow (12)
Directory Equipment: Guitars
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On 8/20/2000, Doc Barbakow (12) posted:
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This is a great guitar by anyone's standards. I was planing to buy a Taylor dreadnaught until I tried the Martin. I like Taylor. They have a great feel and are also easy to play. But there's no comparison when it comes to sound. The big clear sound of the Martin HD28-LSV is simply superior. The Santa Cruz dreadnaught I have the Norman Blake model) is also a great sounding . guitar. I would give both of them the highest rating possible.
Model Year: 2000
Price: $2900.00 (new)
Where Obtained: Maple Street Guitars
Features:
Big sound. Great for bluegrass but also good for jazz. Larger neck makes it easier to chord. Very good action. Has traditional bassy Martin sound. Of all the Martins I tried, this is the best (though not the priciest). Also own a Santa Cruz 12D Dreadnaught. It's less bassy and a little sweeter than the Martin. Both great guitars.
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