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CF Martin D10E02 Road Series Dreadnought W/ MX-T And Soft Case
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CF Martin D10E02

 

 Value-Packed Solid-Wood Martin Dreadnought

With A Gorgeous Gloss Sitka Spruce Top, Sapele Back And Sides, And Fishman Electronics, The D-10E Is The Quintessentail Affordable Entrée Into The World Of Solid-Wood Martin Dreadnought Acoustic-Electric Guitars. Blessed With A Style 28 Multi-Stripe Rosette And Style 18 Purfling On The Back, The D-10E Demonstrates Classic Martin Understated Elegance. Addionally To Quality Solid Tonewoods, This Guitar Sports A Smooth-As-Glass Richlite Fingerboard And Bridge And A Hand-Rubbed Neck Finish. Like Other Road Series Models, It Also Is Equipped Fishman MX-T Electronics With An Onboard Soundhole Tuner That Auto-Mutes The Output So You Can Tune Up Any Time Without Using A Pedal.

 

Quality Solid Tonewoods Deliver Timeless Tone

As A Top Tier Tonewood, Sitka Spruce Offers A Blend Of Strength And Elasticity That Delivers A Broad Dynamic Range With Crisp Articulation That’s Ideal For A Wide Range Of Playing Styles, From Delicate Fingerpicking To Aggressive Flatpicked Strumming. Sapele, Used For The Back And Sides Of The D-10E , Is Tonally Similar To Mahogany, But Its Higher Density Leans Towarsd A Slightly Brighter Sound With More High-End Shimmer. The Characteristic Sapele Sound Is Wonderfully Balanced Across The Tonal Spectrum, Which Makes It, Again, Suitable To A Broad Range Of Playing Styles.

 

A Cornerstone Of Modern Music

Martin’s Early Dreadnoughts Set Into Motion The Guitar’s Pre-Eminent Role In Modern Music And Set The Bar For Tone Quality In Acoustic Guitars. Martin Dreadnoughts Became Renowned For Resonant Warm Tones, Quality Craftsmanship, And Tasteful Styling. For Those Reasons, Martin Guitars Became An Important Part Of The Music Written And Performed By The Stars Of The 1920s And ’30s. Post-WWII, The Martin Dreadnought Became A Cornerstone Of The Folk And Folk Rock Music Of The ’50s And ’60s. The Powerful Voice And Full Sound Of These Iconic Instruments Have Made Them A Staple In The Bluegrass World, But Their Bold Sonic Signature Is Heard Cross-Genre.

 

The CF Martin Legacy

What Hasn’t Been Said About The CF Martin Company? Martin — A Name Virtually Synonymous With The Acoustic Guitar — Took Root In The United States In 1833 With A Little Shop In Lower Manhattan. Five Years Later, Christian Frederick Martin Moved His Business And Family To The Rolling Hills Of Pennsylvania, Where Martin’s Been Located Ever Since. From The Dreadnought Body Shape To The 14-Fret Neck, Martin Innovations Paralleled (And Indeed, Drove) The Development Of The Acoustic Guitar Itself. When You Play Any Martin Guitar, You’re Holding A Piece Of Music History.

 

Martin D-10E Acoustic-Electric Guitar Features At A Glance

Solid Sitka Spruce Top, Sapele Sides And Back; Gloss Finish

Mother-Of-Pearl Pattern With Multi-Stripe Rosette

Sitka Spruce X-Bracing, Non-Scalloped

Black Binding; Faux Tortoise Pickguard

Select Hardwood Neck, Performing Artist With High Performance Taper, Hand-Rubbed Finish

Richlite Fingerboard, 16″ Radius, 20 Frets, Dot Inlays

Richlite Bridge, 2.15625″ String Spacing

Compensated White Tusq Saddle, 16″ Radius; Plastic Bridge Pins

Fishman MX-T Electronics

25.4″ Scale Length; 1.75″ Corian Nut

Enclosed Gear Tuners; Dual-Action Truss Rod, Neck Heel Access

CF Martin D10E02

 

 Value-Packed Solid-Wood Martin Dreadnought

With A Gorgeous Gloss Sitka Spruce Top, Sapele Back And Sides, And Fishman Electronics, The D-10E Is The Quintessentail Affordable Entrée Into The World Of Solid-Wood Martin Dreadnought Acoustic-Electric Guitars. Blessed With A Style 28 Multi-Stripe Rosette And Style 18 Purfling On The Back, The D-10E Demonstrates Classic Martin Understated Elegance. Addionally To Quality Solid Tonewoods, This Guitar Sports A Smooth-As-Glass Richlite Fingerboard And Bridge And A Hand-Rubbed Neck Finish. Like Other Road Series Models, It Also Is Equipped Fishman MX-T Electronics With An Onboard Soundhole Tuner That Auto-Mutes The Output So You Can Tune Up Any Time Without Using A Pedal.

 

Quality Solid Tonewoods Deliver Timeless Tone

As A Top Tier Tonewood, Sitka Spruce Offers A Blend Of Strength And Elasticity That Delivers A Broad Dynamic Range With Crisp Articulation That’s Ideal For A Wide Range Of Playing Styles, From Delicate Fingerpicking To Aggressive Flatpicked Strumming. Sapele, Used For The Back And Sides Of The D-10E , Is Tonally Similar To Mahogany, But Its Higher Density Leans Towarsd A Slightly Brighter Sound With More High-End Shimmer. The Characteristic Sapele Sound Is Wonderfully Balanced Across The Tonal Spectrum, Which Makes It, Again, Suitable To A Broad Range Of Playing Styles.

 

A Cornerstone Of Modern Music

Martin’s Early Dreadnoughts Set Into Motion The Guitar’s Pre-Eminent Role In Modern Music And Set The Bar For Tone Quality In Acoustic Guitars. Martin Dreadnoughts Became Renowned For Resonant Warm Tones, Quality Craftsmanship, And Tasteful Styling. For Those Reasons, Martin Guitars Became An Important Part Of The Music Written And Performed By The Stars Of The 1920s And ’30s. Post-WWII, The Martin Dreadnought Became A Cornerstone Of The Folk And Folk Rock Music Of The ’50s And ’60s. The Powerful Voice And Full Sound Of These Iconic Instruments Have Made Them A Staple In The Bluegrass World, But Their Bold Sonic Signature Is Heard Cross-Genre.

 

The CF Martin Legacy

What Hasn’t Been Said About The CF Martin Company? Martin — A Name Virtually Synonymous With The Acoustic Guitar — Took Root In The United States In 1833 With A Little Shop In Lower Manhattan. Five Years Later, Christian Frederick Martin Moved His Business And Family To The Rolling Hills Of Pennsylvania, Where Martin’s Been Located Ever Since. From The Dreadnought Body Shape To The 14-Fret Neck, Martin Innovations Paralleled (And Indeed, Drove) The Development Of The Acoustic Guitar Itself. When You Play Any Martin Guitar, You’re Holding A Piece Of Music History.

 

Martin D-10E Acoustic-Electric Guitar Features At A Glance

Solid Sitka Spruce Top, Sapele Sides And Back; Gloss Finish

Mother-Of-Pearl Pattern With Multi-Stripe Rosette

Sitka Spruce X-Bracing, Non-Scalloped

Black Binding; Faux Tortoise Pickguard

Select Hardwood Neck, Performing Artist With High Performance Taper, Hand-Rubbed Finish

Richlite Fingerboard, 16″ Radius, 20 Frets, Dot Inlays

Richlite Bridge, 2.15625″ String Spacing

Compensated White Tusq Saddle, 16″ Radius; Plastic Bridge Pins

Fishman MX-T Electronics

25.4″ Scale Length; 1.75″ Corian Nut

Enclosed Gear Tuners; Dual-Action Truss Rod, Neck Heel Access