Made In: United StatesThe Martin D35 was first introduced in the mid-60s. As Brazilian rosewood hit the endangered species list, Martin had pieces in the factory that were too small to construct the traditional two piece back. So they decided to attempt a three piece back dreadnought. The instrument became known its strong bass response. As the 60s were coming to an end, so was their left over Brazilian rosewood supply. In 1969 they continued the model but began using East Indian rosewood in place of the Brazilian due to the scarcity of the wood. The D35 features a three piece East Indian rosewood back and sides, ebony fingerboard and bridge, mahogany neck, standard X bracing, and nitrocellulose finish.. This product comes with a case.