Often regarded as the best sounding Martin guitar.
When it comes to acoustic guitars, Martin is highly regarded and for a reason. Martin brought to us musicians the acoustic guitar as we know it, and the HD-28 is a heck of an acoustic guitar. Most people take the HD-28 for a “nicer looking D-28” and that is wrong. Yes, both guitars do share a lot of the specifications, woods and measurements, but an important difference between the both can be found in the bracing. Both use Forward-Shifted X-Brace technique, the HD-28 has scalloped braces while the D-28 does not. This gives the HD-28 a fuller and louder bottom end, and helps its clarity too. Many players consider the HD-28 to be the best sounding, yet affordable Martin guitar. While we cannot comment on wether that is right or wrong, we do think it is a great sounding acoustic guitar. Add it to the player, take it for a spin and see how you like it.
|Body Type Family||Dreadnought|
|Body Type||Square Shoulder|
|Solid/Laminate Wood||Solid Body, Solid Top|
|Top Material||Sitka Spruce|
|Body Material||East Indian Rosewood|
|Neck Material||Select Hardwood|
|Number of Frets||20|
|Neck joint at||14th fret|
|Scale Length (inch)||25.4|
|Nut Width (inch)||1.75|
|Pickup Active/Passive||No Pickup|
|Left/Right Handed||Right Handed|
|Based on famous model?||Martin D-28|
|GTIN 14||00729789064002, 04250326274135|