Martin has expanded its lineup of acoustic guitars with two new ziricote models, as well as the Grand J-16E 12-string and DJR-10E StreetMaster.
Read on to learn more about the new models, which boast a wealth of stylish appointments.
Martin D-13E and GPC-13E Ziricote
Both of the two ziricote models – arriving in the form of the dreadnought-shaped D-13E and single-cutaway GPC-13E – feature back and sides constructed out of a fine veneer of ziricote, a glossed Sitka spruce top, and an FSC Certified Richlite fingerboard.
The two models also boast an X Brace architecture alongside the Fishman MX-T electronics system and high-performance neck taper.
The D-13E and GPC-13E will be sold for $1,249 and $1,299, respectively.
Martin Grand J-16E 12-String
Joining the ziricote models is the 12-string Grand J-16E. Constructed using a Sitka spruce top and East Indian rosewood back and sides, the J-16E also sports a scalloped X-bracing pattern and an ebony fingerboard.
Other appointments include a high-performance taper neck, mother of pearl inlays, and Fishman’s Matrix VT Enhance NT1 system.
The Grand J-16E will be sold for $2,099.
Martin DJR-10E StreetMaster
Last up is Martin’s DJR-10E StreetMaster, which sports a distressed look and features a mahogany top, back, and sides. An FSC Certified Richlite fingerboard also appears on the smaller-bodied dreadnought, as does a high performance neck taper and Fishman’s Sonitone electronics.
The DJR-10E StreetMaster will be sold for $699.
Visit Martin for more information.
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