Are you a proud dreadnought player? In this, the 100th anniversary of the dreadnought, we'd like to pay tribute to the most iconic acoustic guitar shape of all time.
While it was Martin who invented the dreadnought in 1916, it wasn't long before other brands were releasing their own version in a similar shape and size. Today, basically every guitar brand builds their own take on the legendary dreadnought. Why? Because it works!
So why not post a photo of your beloved dread? And tell us why you love it so much!
The 000-17 Whiskey Sunset Auditorium model is truly one of our favourite guitars to come out as of late. It has a rich, warm sunburst finish that is just plain beautiful.
Skillfully crafted from a solid Sitka spruce top and mahogany back and sides with grained ivoroid binding, a modified low oval neck with a Performing Artist taper, and a rosewood fingerboard and bridge, this guitar produces beautiful dynamic tones that has us all spellbound at the shop.
Comes with a great Martin hard case at $2999 http://www.acousticcentre.com.au/products/martin-ooo17ws-series-whiskey-sunset
Martin OOO-17 Whiskey Sunset. http://www.acousticcentre.com.au/search?type=product&q=Whiskey+Sunset https://www.martinguitar.com/guitars/limited-editions-and...
Taylor make such incredible 12-strings and they don't come any better than the Spruce/Rosewood 856ce. In stock!
We have some new video technology that we'd like to share. This is still a work in progress but we're a bit excited all the same. The first guitar we'd like to demo is this stunning and rare Huon Pine/Blackwood Cole Clark Angel 3. A beautiful thing indeed. $4,799.