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moosers 03/05/2009

Martin & Co D-1 : la opinión de moosers (content in English)


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The Martin D-1 is a dreadnought acoustic guitar that is made in the USA and isn't an acoustic/electric so it has no pick ups or setting controls. It has a pretty basic look and feel for a dreadnought acoustic and I have come to expect this sort of top notch craftsmanship from Martin guitars.


Playing the Martin D-1 is very easy as it has a great feel all along the neck. It is great for playing both rhythm and lead acoustic guitar, but I use it primarily for rhythm guitar as I feel that it is easier to play rhythm on this guitar. The shape of the guitar is the standard look that has become synonymous with Martin guitars and is pretty average in terms of weight. For those who haven't played too many dreadnought guitars, the body shape may take a little while to get used to while playing it, but that is to be expected with any guitar of this type.


The sound quality of the Martin D-1 is pretty awesome, as it has a nice low end presence as well as sparkling high end response. It is just about everything you look for in an acoustic guitar sound and is the reason that Martin has become one of the world leaders when it comes to making acoustic guitar. While I use the Martin D-1 mostly for rock, pop, folk, and country it is absolutely great for any type of music in my opinion. I've used it both for recording and for live shows and I'm always happy with the way it sounds.


I've been using the Martin D-1 for about a year or so and it is yet another great acoustic guitar from Martin. In my eyes Martin is the best at making acoustic guitars, and the D-1 is a prime example of what they can do, especially when it comes to dreadnought guitars. The price of the Martin D-1 is expensive, but reasonable considering the high end acoustic guitar you will be getting. The Martin D-1 is one of the classic models that Martin makes and it really doesn't get better for an acoustic guitar in this price range. Simply a great guitar made by Martin & Co.