Martin HD-28 Herringbone Dreadnought

Bought on the last day of 2004, I’m keeping this baby as a family heirloom and have dedicated it to my first son. Balanced tone, though not as ‘zingy’ as some Taylors that I have ‘jealously’ tried recently while out with my buddy buying a semi-acoustic. Nevertheless, there’s agein’ to be done with this one like a fine wine, and she responds well to hard strumming.

Beautiful Herringbone inlays including the top binding and the back stripe.

HD284

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