Save up to $160 on Martin Acoustics in Guitar Center’s Epic Sale This Cyber Weekend

Martin Special Dreadnought Cutaway 11E Road Series, Special Dreadnought All-HPL, Special 000 All-HPL and GPC Special Koa X Series Grand Performance acoustic guitars
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Guitar Center is no slouch when it comes to Cyber Weekend deals on acoustic guitars (opens in new tab).

What’s more, they’re offering massive savings on a range of Martin guitars, including D- and 000-size models.

These incredible bargains include $160 off the Martin Special Dreadnought Cutaway 11E Road Series (opens in new tab); $100 off the Martin Special Dreadnought All-HPL (opens in new tab); $100 off the Martin Special 000 All-HPL (opens in new tab); and $100 off the Martin GPC Special Koa X Series Grand Performance (opens in new tab).

Synonymous with quality and innovation since 1833, Martin continues to push the envelope in the world of acoustic guitar building.

If it’s got Martin on the headstock, you can guarantee it’s a fine instrument.

Martin Special Dreadnought Cutaway 11E Road Series

Martin Special Dreadnought Cutaway 11E Road Series

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Martin Special Dreadnought 11E: $1,039.99 (opens in new tab)

Martin Special Dreadnought 11E: $1,039.99 $879.99 (opens in new tab)
Martin's Road Series guitars are renowned for their lightning-fast playability and this single-cutaway Dreadnought features a slim taper neck for slick playing action. With a solid-wood construction comprising Sapele mahogany back/sides and an x-braced spruce top, this acoustic produces a sound that easily rivals some of today’s top-drawer flat-tops. Fitted with Fishman Sonitone electronics and set up with one of Martin's Plek machines it comes perfectly primed for stage and studio.

Martin Special Dreadnought All-HPL

Martin Special Dreadnought All-HPL

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Martin Dreadnought All-HPL: $599.99 (opens in new tab)

Martin Dreadnought All-HPL: $599.99 $499.99 (opens in new tab)
This figured koa Special Dreadnought is the perfect partner for singer-songwriters, projecting a full, balance tone with detail and response. It comes equipped with Fishman MX electronics featuring a soundhole-mounted preamp with rotary controls for volume and tone conveniently mounted under the soundhole. The back, sides and scalloped, x-braced top are constructed using Martin’s renowned FSC-certified HPL. Gig bag is included.

Martin Special 000 All-HPL

Martin Special 000 All-HPL

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Martin 000 All-HPL: $599.99 (opens in new tab)

Martin 000 All-HPL: $599.99 $499.99 (opens in new tab)
The x-braced top, back and sides of this Special 000 are constructed using Martin’s famous FSC-certified HPL with a koa pattern. Delivering a rich, powerful tone with all the sustain you need this 000-size Martin is a great alternative to its larger Dreadnought sibling. It comes equipped with Fishman MX electronics featuring a soundhole-mounted preamp with rotary controls for volume and tone conveniently mounted under the soundhole. Gig bag is included.

Martin GPC Special Koa X Series Grand Performance

Martin GPC Special Koa X Series Grand Performance

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Martin GPC Special Koa X Series GP: $639.99 (opens in new tab)

Martin GPC Special Koa X Series GP: $639.99 $539.99 (opens in new tab)
Designed with professional touring and studio musicians in mind, the GPC Special Koa X Series Grand Performance features a back, rim and scalloped, x-braced top constructed using Martin’s renowned FSC Certified koa pattern HPL. A laminate birch neck featuring a hand-rubbed High Performance taper offers superior strength, stability and feel. Fishman MX electronics with volume and tone controls means it comes ready to plug in and play. Padded gig bag is included.

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