Long a pioneer in using sustainable materials in their guitars, Martin continues this tradition with the DRS2 acoustic-electric guitar. With its distinctive solid Sitka spruce top, solid sapele (a close relative of mahogany) back and sides, the DRS2 gives you bright, clear trebles and a warm midrange. The DRS2's punchy lows (more like a D18 than a D28) make it an excellent choice for miked recording when you've got thicker tracks to work with. But if you're ready to take it out live, the DRS2's built-in Fishman Sonitone pickup provides great plugged-in tone. No matter how you play it, you'll love the true Martin craftsmanship in the DRS2 acoustic-electric guitar.
|Number of Strings||6|
|Body Shape||Dreadnought 14-Fret|
|Body Style||No Cutaway|
|Top Wood||Sitka Spruce|
|Back & Sides Wood||Sapele|
|Neck Wood||Select Hardwood|
|Neck Shape||Modified Low Oval|
|Fingerboard Material||Black Richlite|
|Fingerboard Inlay||White Dots|
|Number of Frets||20|
|Tuning Machines||Chrome Tuners|
|Bridge Material||Black Richlite|
|Nut/Saddle Material||White Corian/White Tusq|
|Electronics||Fishman Sonitone System|
|Strings||Martin Studio Performance Lifespan Phosphor Bronze Medium Gauge|
|Manufacturer Part Number||10DRS2|
Choosing Your Martin Guitar
Few instrument makers can boast as much history and importance as C.F Martin & Co Guitars, they have shaped the design of guitars for generations and inspired countless musicians to Number One hits. C.F Martin & Co have been crafting instruments for over 175 years, they have an unparalled reputation for quality and craftsmanship. Most modern acoutic guitar designs are inspired by the Martin originals, such as the 'OM' (or Orchestra) model or the very popular Dreadnaught size.
We Welcome Part Exchange
We welcome part exchanges on items over £500. We realise that sometimes you need to “move something on” to get your new guitar. We give fair prices and once agreed we stick to them. The only thing we ask is that you accurately describe your guitar. We have plenty of happy customers from our part exchange scheme.
How it works – If you are local, you can simply call in. If you are not local we will assess your guitar and give you a valuation via phone/e-mail (we may ask for pictures). Once the price is agreed, we always stick to it, and your new guitar will be removed from the market so the deal can be concluded.
You can either send us your guitar, or we can use our courier to pick up for a small charge (UK only). Once the guitar is with us and any balance is paid we can dispatch your new guitar.
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