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Martin D-42K Koa Dreadnought Guitar
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Solid Sitka spruce top with maple and black fiber rosette, solid figured koa wood back and sides. Low-profile solid mahogany neck with solid black eb...Click To Read More About This Product
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Stunning to both ear and eye.
Solid Sitka spruce top with maple and black fiber rosette, solid figured koa wood back and sides. Low-profile solid mahogany neck with solid black ebony fretboard and bridge. Headplate is solid East Indian rosewood with abalone Martin inlay. Abalone snowflake fingerboard markers. Black-and-white body binding front and back. Gotoh gold-plated butterbean tuners. Tortoise-color pickguard. It has a bright and articulate yet well-balanced tone with warm sustain.
- Solid Sitka spruce top
- Maple and black fiber rosette
- Solid figured koa wood on the back and sides
- Low-profile solid mahogany neck
- Solid black ebony fretboard and bridge
- Headplate is solid East Indian rosewood with abalone Martin inlay
- Abalone snowflake fingerboard markers
- Black-and-white body binding front and back
- Gotoh gold-plated tuners
- Tortoise-color pickguard
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I bought one of these last week - mainly as a long term investment. But whenever I get a quiet moment, it's out of the case & on my lap!!! Flamed koa looks three dimensional with its rich depth of grain, and you know why this is a top end guitar (with a top end price tag to match)when you strike your first note on this baby!! This is the "Rolls Royce" of acoustic guitars, I challenge anyone to name me a better one than the D-42K
I bought my D-42K about 2 years ago and am still totally infatuated with the sound and beauty of this work of art. It very rarely leaves my house and I never take it on stage. I leave the work to the HD-35 or the Taylor. The D-42K is my "dream" guitar and I'll have it until the day I die.
Eazy too chord.Eazy too slide. neck Is not hard on fingers, a great Guitar.
I've had my D42K for over a year and I still can't believe the sound it produces. I still don't take it to gigs but maybe I'll get over that fear someday. I've played and heard a lot of top end guitars but none beat this sound.