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Martin guitars : an illustrated celebration of America's premier…

by Jim Washburn

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C.F. Martin Guitars has operated in rural eastern Pennsylvania for most of its history. Crafting each instrument, the company uses techniques developed by the original C.F. Martin in the mid-1800s and their guitars are considered among the finest in the world.

This lavishly illustrated photo album of Martin guitars, mandolins, and ukuleles, traces the company's incredible history -- from a small-town business to an international star. Interviews with major rock, folk and country stars who revere Martin guitars help tell this incredible success story.

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:00:47 -0400)

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