Martin Streetmaster

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About the Martin Streetmaster

Martin Streetmaster was first seen in 2017 as part of their 15 Series offerings and since then it has grown hugely in popularity. Now it can be found in other Martin Series thanks to the high demand for this style of guitar. Martin Streetmaster models are affordable acoustic guitars with worn-in, distressed Satin finishes. 

These models are seen as a nod of the hat to the working musician who has had a beloved Martin acoustic guitar for many years and this is reflected in the appearance. Many guitarists like the distressed look of the Martin Streetmaster as it provides a vintage appearance at a much more attainable price point. They also feel like a well-worn instrument, offering that much sought "played in" feel. If you like your guitars to have some extra personality then the Martin Streetmaster is an excellent option.

Our Martin Streetmaster guitars come included with a guitar bag.


Why Should I Choose Martin Streetmaster?

  • Gorgeous distressed appearance
  • Well-worn feel
  • Available in a number of different models

Frequently Asked Questions about Martin Streetmaster

Question: What is meant by 'Streetmaster'?
The idea behind Streetmaster was to create a line of guitars for performers who play outdoors a lot. Guitars get bashed and marked when busking etc so these have been pre-worn for a cool distressed look and broken-in feel.
Question: Which Martin models are available in the Streetmaster Series?
The Streetmaster Series is made up of two models, both from the all-mahogany 15 series: the D-15 and the 000-15. These are the two most popular 15 series guitars. Left-handed versions of both models are available too.
Question: What is Martin Streetmaster?
Martin Streetmaster guitars are seen as a nod of the hat to the working musician and feature a distressed look, similar to that of a well-used vintage guitar.
Question: Where are Martin Streetmaster guitars made?
As the Martin Streetmaster is available across a number of series, they can be made in Mexico or the USA, depending on the model.
Question: Who uses a Martin Streetmaster?
Guitarists who want to have the added benefit of a distressed look on their new Martin acoustic guitar.