The Martin SWDGT from the Sustainable Wood Series features a solid Sitka spruce top, certified solid cherry wood back and sides, mahogany neck, and a certified katalox bridge and fingerboard. The neck... Read More
The Martin SWDGT from the Sustainable Wood Series features a solid Sitka spruce top, certified solid cherry wood back and sides, mahogany neck, and a certified katalox bridge and fingerboard. The neck has a low profile shape and an adjustable truss rod. Appointments include pearl dot inlays and a natural satin finish for enhanced tone. Includes deluxe Martin hardshell case.
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I have owned this guitar for almost a year now and I'll tell you I never get tired of playing this one. I have the Dreadnought version. This guitar has great sound and tone. I have played other good guitars and so far nothing beats this one. It meets my demands on sound, playability, and looks. A lot of my friends are musicians and they play this guitar then they ask "when will you sell it to me". Take it from me this is a GREAT guitar.
I have owned my SWDGT for 6 years. Now the guitar is really taking on a beautiful tone. I gave this a 4 instead of a 5 because it is what I consider a mid-range quailty instrument. I have put it with D-28's and can tell you that the D-28 sounded better. (keep in mind the price of both) If you are looking for an instrument in this price range, then this would be one of the good choices you could make. There are other brands also in this price range that compare to quality and sound. I am very happy with mine and because it is not a top of the line guitar, it does not bother me as bad to take it around and let other people play it who are just learning. I put a Martin pickup in mine.
I wanted to get a great sounding guitar that was near the $1000 range. I played D-16's and D-18's and I thought this sounded better and was less money. It is really a nice looking guitar with tortise shell inlay in several places. Granted, it would be nice if the sides were glossy too but this guitar sounds so good it wont matter! I just strum one chord and giggle like a school boy!
I purchased the '000' version of the Martin SWDGT. I have a smaller body that was not comfortable on the full sized dreadnought. For my first guitar I want quality and was willing to spend a little more for a solid wood product. The guitar has a wonderful sound. Bright and clear. I lean towards rock and blues music. Even my teacher has commented on how much he likes the sound and he plays a D-28.
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