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Having studied instrument making in the shop of Viennese luthier Johann Stauffer, Christian Frederick Martin returned to his hometown of Markneukirchen in what is now eastern Germany. The town's violin makers considered the guitar little more than furniture and forbade him from hanging out his shingle. Although he was eventually vindicated, hurt feelings and the death of his father caused him to pack his tools and immigrate with his wife and two children to the freedom and excitement of the New World. He arrived in New York City in November 1833 and promptly set up a thriving music store near what is now the mouth of the Holland Tunnel. Unhappy in New York, he moved to Nazareth in eastern Pennsylvania in 1839. In this small town of Germanic immigrants, his exquisitely made instruments evolved to provide the very definition of "the guitar."
Martin guitars have been prized for their tone, consistency, quality, and attention to handcrafted detail. Professional and amateur musicians in every category of music hold Martin guitars in high esteem. Among the extensive list of famous musicians who have owned and played Martin guitars are Elvis Presley, Paul McCartney, Bob Dylan, Paul Simon, Eric Clapton, Joan Baez, Sting, Johnny Cash, Gene Autry, Hank Williams, Jimmy Buffett, Jimmy Page, Tom Petty, Willie Nelson, and Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young. More than 150 artist signature-model collaborations with many of the era's greatest guitarists have raised more than a million dollars for the charities of each artist's choosing.
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    Martin M140 80/20 Bronze Light Acoustic Guitar Strings
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    Martin MEC12 Clapton's Choice Phosphor Bronze Light Acoustic Guitar Strings
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    Martin M130 Silk and Steel Custom Acoustic Guitar Strings
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    Martin M170 80/20 Bronze Extra Light Acoustic Guitar Strings
    Was: $11.65 $339
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    Martin M150 80/20 Bronze Medium Acoustic Guitar Strings
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    Martin MSP4200 SP Phosphor Bronze Medium Acoustic Guitar Strings
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    Martin Custom X Series 2016 X-000CE Auditorium Acoustic-Electric Guitar
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    Martin M600 Clear Fluorocarbon Soprano/Concert Ukulele Strings
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    Martin MSP7100 SP Lifespan Phosphor Bronze Light Acoustic Guitar Strings
    Was: $32.49 $1299
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    Martin M240 80/20 Bronze Bluegrass Medium Light Acoustic Guitar Strings
    Was: $11.65 $359
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    Martin SP 7100 Phosphor Bronze Lifespan Coated Acoustic Strings Light - 2 Pack
    Was: $61.98 $2299
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    Martin M400 80/20 Bronze Light Mandolin Strings
    Was: $12.49 $599
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    Martin MSP4100 SP Phosphor Bronze Light Acoustic Strings
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    Martin Steel-String Backpacker Acoustic Guitar
    Was: $359.00 $19499
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    Martin X Series Ed Sheeran X Signature Edition Little Martin Acoustic-Electric Guitar
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    Martin M2000 Marquis Phosphor Bronze Extra Light Acoustic Guitar Strings
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    Martin Custom Performing Artist Series GPCPA4 Rosewood Grand Performance Acoustic Guitar
    Was: $2,399.00 $1,89999
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    Martin Dreadnought Junior Acoustic Electric Guitar
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    Martin MSP4050 SP Phosphor Bronze Custom Light Acoustic Guitar Strings
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    Martin M140 80/20 Bronze Light 10-Pack Acoustic Guitar Strings
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Having studied instrument making in the shop of Viennese luthier Johann Stauffer, Christian Frederick Martin returned to his hometown of Markneukirchen in what is now eastern Germany. The town's violin makers considered the guitar little more than furniture and forbade him from hanging out his shingle. Although he was eventually vindicated, hurt feelings and the death of his father caused him to pack his tools and immigrate with his wife and two children to the freedom and excitement of the New World. He arrived in New York City in November 1833 and promptly set up a thriving music store near what is now the mouth of the Holland Tunnel. Unhappy in New York, he moved to Nazareth in eastern Pennsylvania in 1839. In this small town of Germanic immigrants, his exquisitely made instruments evolved to provide the very definition of "the guitar."

Martin guitars have been prized for their tone, consistency, quality, and attention to handcrafted detail. Professional and amateur musicians in every category of music hold Martin guitars in high esteem. Among the extensive list of famous musicians who have owned and played Martin guitars are Elvis Presley, Paul McCartney, Bob Dylan, Paul Simon, Eric Clapton, Joan Baez, Sting, Johnny Cash, Gene Autry, Hank Williams, Jimmy Buffett, Jimmy Page, Tom Petty, Willie Nelson, and Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young. More than 150 artist signature-model collaborations with many of the era's greatest guitarists have raised more than a million dollars for the charities of each artist's choosing.

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