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Martin Guitars Introduces the Dreadnought Junior

The guitar comes factory-equipped with Fishman’s Sonitone sound reinforcement system and includes a nylon gig bag.

Nazareth, PA (February 3, 2016) -- Martin Guitar’s Dreadnought Junior, which first debuted at the 2015 Winter NAMM Trade Show, is the perfect model to add to the Martin Guitar family of acoustic guitars. The Dreadnought Junior is a solid wood guitar, ideal for any guitar enthusiast looking for Martin Guitar’s unparalleled artistry and undeniable acoustic tone at an affordable price.

“This year we proudly celebrate the 100th Anniversary of the iconic Martin Dreadnought (1916-2016), a model that has played a huge role in shaping American music and is one of the most replicated body sizes in the world,” said CEO and Chairman Chris Martin IV. “It is not often we introduce a new body size, so we are very proud to continue to add to the Martin Dreadnought legacy with the introduction of the Dreadnought Junior, which offers to guitar enthusiasts worldwide a new body size with the same renowned Martin tone and premier quality people have come to expect from Martin Guitar.”

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