Martin has introduced five new guitar models, headlined by the Limited Edition D-45 Woodstock 50 Anniversary acoustic.

The new guitar is the third in a series celebrating the Woodstock half-century milestone, and is touted by Martin as the most opulent of all, with East Indian rosewood back and sides, abalone inlay throughout, a “Woodstock dove” on the headstock, “1969–2019” inscribed on the fingerboard and a peace sign decorating the heelcap.

Additionally, the interior label is hand-signed by C. F. Martin IV and two of the original Woodstock co-founders, Joel Rosenman and Michael Lang.

The D-45 Woodstock 50 Anniversary is limited to just 50 models and carries a list price of $13,999, including embroidered ply hardshell case.

Additionally, Martin has released the Road Series D-12E Koa and 000-12E Koa, which are constructed with koa fine veneer backs and sides, an environmentally-conscious option made by bonding koa hardwood to an African mahogany core.

Other features include mother-of-pearl-patterned rosettes and fingerboard inlays, full-gloss bodies and Fishman MX-T electronics.

The two models are available with a list price of $1,599 each, and come with a softshell gig bag.

Finally, Martin is offering two X-Series models, the D-X1E and D-X2E, with high-pressure laminate (HPL) updates.

The D-X1E receives koa-patterned HPL for its top, back and sides, while the D-X2E sports the same koa-patterned HPL on its back and sides but with a Sitka spruce top.

The D-X1E sells for $649, while the D-X2E sports a $799 price tag. Both models feature Fishman MX electronics and come with a soft gig bag

For more information, head over to Martin Guitar.