Martin Unveils the D-35 Brazilian 50th Anniversary Limited Edition

Only 100 models will be available.

Nazareth, PA (January 6, 2015) -- In celebration of the 50th Anniversary of Martin’s famous D-35, we proudly introduce the D-35 Brazilian 50th Anniversary Limited Edition. Constructed with solid Madagascar rosewood sides and back wings, a Brazilian rosewood back center wedge and headplate, an FSC certified European spruce top with 1/4” high performance non-scalloped X-bracing, and ivoroid bindings throughout. Each D-35 Brazilian 50th Anniversary Limited Edition model bears an interior label personally signed by C. F. Martin IV, an Anniversary booklet and is numbered in sequence with the edition total. Limited to 100.

List Price: $6,999.00

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