The D- 28 produces an incredibly loud, full, rich, punchy tone perfect for most musical styles. It is rightfully a living legend in acoustic guitars.
Solid Sitka spruce top, East Indian Rosewood for the back and sides, and ebony fingerboard and bridge, for plenty of power and volume, while still delivering a nice balance of highs and lows.
The Martin D-28 is the company's signature guitar, and with good reason. When you think of acoustic guitars, the typical model that first comes to mind for most people is the dreadnought, the large-bodied steel-string design which now dominates the acoustic guitar market. Martin originated the dreadnought design in the early part of last century, and today the D-28 is the standard by which acoustic guitars are judged. The company's history dates back to 1833.