Martin dreadnought acoustic guitars come in many versions. If we just focus on their USA build guitars, Martin presently offers over 30 different versions of their dreadnought guitar. Why so many? A dreadnought is a dreadnought, right? Well, as it turns out that is not the case. there are serious differences between how these the Martin dreadnoughts sound.
The slope shoulder dreadnought is like a phoenix rising. They were first introduced decades ago, then they became a bit obscure. But now they are back, the slope shoulder dreadnought guitar is doing a magical revival. And for good reasons. But unlike the past where most slope shoulder D’s were almost exclusively Gibsons, now there are a variety of builders who offer a slope shoulder D.
Why is Suhr coveted by serious players and what makes them stand out in an overcrowded field of strat and tele guitars? Improving the legendary models There is an overwhelming choice in strat and tele models. Last time that we checked Fender alone offered thirteen series of stratocasters and and another twelve series in […]