Are Martin guitars worth the money?

Are Martin guitars worth the money?

Are Martin guitars worth the money?

Martin guitars are definitely worth the money. ... Martin guitars are known to have even pitch and volume, with excellent projection and a dynamic range, and these guitars range from just over $100 to over $100,000.

Are Martin Guitars harder to play?

Martin necks are no harder to play than any other acoustic guitar necks. Acoustic guitar necks are all harder to play than electric guitar necks.

Do Martin Guitars appreciate in value?

Any "new" Martin will lose value as soon as it's purchased, up to 40 percent of retail. "Vintage" Martins can appreciate, but not "used" ones. With 2-3k, even with bank interest you'll be earning a return on your investment, and starting right away.

Does Martin make good guitars?

So when someone asks "Are Martin guitars good?" the answer is yes - they're world-class. These are just some of the reasons Martin guitars are so revered.

Is Taylor guitar better than Martin?

Taylors are generally known for having a very bright yet rich sound, with more clarity but perhaps less body than a Martin. The company is also praised for guitar-to-guitar consistency and build quality.

What does 000 mean in Martin guitars?

0000 = Grand Auditorium aka size M. Introduced in 1977 as a flattop guitar that uses the body shape from Martin's Size F archtop Jazz guitar from the 1930s. OM = Orchestra Model, shares the same body size as a 14-fret 000, but typically has other differences (see below.)

Why are Martin guitars so hard to play?

The problem is that every Martin I've played has been orders of magnitude more difficult to play than the comparable Taylors. The person at the music shop says that it's because Martin ships their guitars with high action and heavy strings opposed to Taylor who ships them with lower action and lighter strings.

Which is a better guitar Martin or Taylor?

Taylors are generally known for having a very bright yet rich sound, with more clarity but perhaps less body than a Martin. The company is also praised for guitar-to-guitar consistency and build quality.

Is Taylor better than Martin?

Taylors are generally known for having a very bright yet rich sound, with more clarity but perhaps less body than a Martin. The company is also praised for guitar-to-guitar consistency and build quality.

What are the best years for Martin Guitars?

1930-1939 are by far the most highly regarded and collectable Martins, but right through to the late 60s were awesome too. I guess if going by decade, you'd put the 30s at one end and the 70s at another. But like I said, some absolute beauties came out of the 70s.

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