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Manufacturer's ID: DXJOHNNYCASH
What we say:
At A Glance:
In the early '70s, Martin were asked to design an all-black D-35 for Country legend, Johnny Cash. the "Man in Black" then went on to play his custom D-35 on stage for the next 20 years.
It wasn't until 2006 that Martin released a commemorative D-35 Johnny Cash edition of the model. This guitar is a nod to the lengthy history between Cash and Martin Guitar.
Features We Love:
Fishman MX Pickup
Fishman have a reputation as one of the best pickup manufacturers in the world and their acoustic guitar pickups are especially loved. The MX series pickup offers exceptional transparency to present the true sound of your guitar to a speaker system. The pickup system also features a volume and tone control neatly tucked into the sound hole, so there are no ugly control panels screwed onto the body. It looks like a traditional acoustic but with the control and convenience of an electro-acoustic, truly the best of both worlds.
This Dreadnought body creates a rich tone with plenty of depth, clarity and character. The larger body also makes it great for strumming, giving a consistent volume and even tone without impacting your dynamic range.
Martin's X-Brace system dates back almost 200 years, designed to present the perfect balance between reliability and optimised tonal quality, in a guitar that will last a lifetime. The X-Brace design supports the guitar's soundboard without negatively impacting the guitars natural resonance and character.
- Plug in and play with the built in pickup system
- Dreadnought body shape great for projection
- Martin X-Brace
Other Things To Consider:
Have a look at our whole Martin 6 string range
- Martin DX Johnny Cash
- Gig bag
|Top Wood||High-pressure Laminate|
|Back & Sides Wood||High-pressure Laminate|
|Body Bracing||Scalloped X-bracing|
|Neck Wood||Black Birch Laminate|
|Neck Shape||Performing Artist|
|Fingerboard Inlay||Stars with CASH at 17th fret|
|Tuning Machines||Closed Gear|