2015 Martin HD-28V + OHSC*

Roll over the image to zoom in
At A Glance:
Model: HD-28V
Year: 2015
Finish: Original
Modifications: Upgraded Waverly Tuners
Repairs: None
Weight (kg): 2.15

Case: OHSC
Fingerboard: Ebony
Tuners: Waverly
Neck Profile: V

Body Style: Dreadnought
Top: Spruce
Back: Rosewood
Sides: Rosewood

    Martin's modern classic - the HD-28V, now out of production.


    The forward-shifted scalloped bracing gave the HD-28V its signature sound, elevating it above its more affordable stable-mates - the D-28 and HD-28. In 2018, when Martin introduced the 'Reimagined' series, the HD-28, with its new 1 3/4" nut width, was upgraded to forward-shifted scalloped bracing and the HD-28V retired. This left no option option for players who prefer the more traditional 1 11/16" nut and the HD-28V has therefore become quite sought after in the used market...


    This one owner guitar is in exceptional condition, with only a small lacquer graze on the top preventing us from describing it as mint.  The tuners have been changed from Martin-branded Gotohs to Waverlys, and the guitar is all the better for this subtle upgrade, which didn't require any additional drilling.


    As with all the best Martins, this is a joy to play. The V profile neck is very comfortable, and the sound is classic Martin Dreadnought. Plenty of volume available for when you want to really dig in, but also very balanced and sweet at lower volumes and when fingerpicked. 


    An excellent all rounder, this is a very versatile acoustic that will handle pretty much anything you can throw at it. Don't let it slip away...

    $4,722.55
    $6,065.10
    Availability:Out Of Stock
    Code:C73230
    Quantity
    Add To Your Wishlist

    Want to be notified when this product is back in stock? Complete the form below and we'll send you an email when it is.

    SoldAdd To Your Wishlist

    Send to a friend

    Recommend this to a friend by entering their email address in the box below.


    Previously Asked Questions
    Ask a Question

    Ask Us a Question