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It available exclusively from My Favorite Guitars. In Italy, during the s, the five-course Baroque guitar gained an extra string to become the six-string instrument that we recognize today.

The German town of Markneukirchen, in Saxony near the Czech border, has been a vibrant center for musical instrument making for centuries. Martin, the son a of guitar maker, was born there and as a teenager apprenticed in Vienna with the celebrated luthier Johan Stauffer. When Martin returned to his hometown, he found himself in a dispute between the Cabinet Makers Guild and the violin makers, who claimed jurisdiction over guitar building.

The restrictions of the guild system prompted his emigration to the United States in Martin first set-up shop in Manhattan, then five years later moved to Nazareth Pennsylvania, near the Moravian church community of Bethlehem. Initially working with the European style of fan bracing, he introduced a method of bracing the top of the guitar with an X-shaped pattern that eventually became the standard for American steel string guitars.

From the midth century, guitars began to increase in size in order to compete in volume with other string instruments like the banjo and the mandolin. Starting with a size 5, they gradually increase in dimensions as the numbers decrease. In they introduced a size , by modern standards not huge guitar, but large enough that the stiffer X-bracing made it less responsive than the new styles of Spanish guitar that were favored by classical performers.

The OM Once Martin adopted steel strings, however, the larger instruments gained an entirely new dimension. The s saw an enormous popularity in the ukelele, plus the banjo was the primary fretted instrument in jazz bands. By the end of the decade, thanks to jazz players like Eddie Lang, the guitar was becoming a significant presence. Tenor banjoists were making the move to guitar and requesting the neck to have 14 frets clear of the body, instead of the traditional 12 frets. At the request of an Atlanta-area player named Perry Bechtel, Martin responded by altering the body of a to accommodate the neck joining the body two frets higher.

It was only produced between and and proved popular with West-coast singing cowboys like Roy Rogers and Gene Autrey who added fancy inlays to match their revolvers. The modern improvements were passed through to the rest of the Martin catalog and by , the larger-bodied Dreadnaught had become their top-seller and continued to be so through to the s and beyond. The success of the Kingston Trio and the folk boom of the late s, as well as the popularity of Bluegrass music, largely relegated the smaller models to the parlor.

Martin had long ceased regular production of OMs and the original s models had become highly prized. I had developed a friendship with Dick Boak at Martin Guitars, the head of artist relations at the company. It arrived on the day I was at Capitol Studios recording my Different Times album and, when I went back to finish recording the next morning, I took it with me.

It was so newly-hatched that the lacquer finish on the wood was still venting fumes. I called Dick a few days later raving about the guitar. He asked me how I would feel about making it my artist signature model. How could I say no?

In the course of 16 years, they offered editions in mahogany, Brazilian rosewood, Indian rosewood, Madagascar rosewood, Big Leaf maple and koa.

All have Adirondack Red Spruce tops and are built to the same basic specifications, so differences in weight and sound are characteristic of the woods used in that specific instrument.

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The prototype of this edition is the guitar that Laurence is currently touring and recording with. The first batch has sold out. In Italy, during the s, the five-course Baroque guitar gained an extra string to become the six-string instrument that we recognize today. Early 19th century 6 string guitars from Germany, France and Italy The German town of Markneukirchen, in Saxony near the Czech border, has been a vibrant center for musical instrument making for centuries. Martin, the son a of guitar maker, was born there and as a teenager apprenticed in Vienna with the celebrated luthier Johan Stauffer. When Martin returned to his hometown, he found himself in a dispute between the Cabinet Makers Guild and the violin makers, who claimed jurisdiction over guitar building. The restrictions of the guild system prompted his emigration to the United States in

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