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Martin D-18 - Best Sounding Dreadnought on the Planet?
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Why is the Martin D-18 such an iconic guitar? Today we analyze what exactly it is that makes the D-18 one of the best sounding dreadnoughts on the planet!.

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  1. The bridge and fretboard are east indian rosewood as opposed to the ebony on your typical D-18. That's something to consider. The electronics for this guitar are also top-notch.

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  2. I beg you. You played pretty good when you play down near the end of the guitar. But when you strum further down the neck you play those trash chords that sounds horrible. Can’t you at least play a bar chord when you come down the neck so it will sound good. Please I mean really.

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  3. I beg you with all my heart. When you play in the middle of the neck please don’t use garbage sour wanna be barchords. Those chords you play sound so horrible. Please !! play something that sounds harmonic in key and beautiful like a barchord…… When you’re playing in the middle in the higher portions of the neck.

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  4. I sold my 1973 Martin D18 for a brand new 1975 SL Mossman Great Plains in 1975. There was No comparison. It’s 45 years old now. Still play it, looks and sounds great. Never regretted it.

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  5. I have recently bought an over 50year old dm-18 in great condition and I cannot seem to find anything if its age anywhere. This is the nicest sounding guitar I've ever made

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  6. My first guitar at 11 years old was a 1964 D-18 which looking back as a 31 year old man was either really generous or really stupid (or both) on my dad's part cause I was a bit rough with it.Thankfully I still have it but I haven't played it in years cause the neck needs a reset. It's a phenomenal sounding guitar.

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  7. Sound is perfect, but I don't like its fragility. You look at it hard and it dings. Seriously, if it merely grazes a surface other than your hands, some remnant on its finish will exist. I'm over it, and just accept that it'll look like Willie Nelson's by the time I check out of this world

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  8. Well, I have been living with a D-18 , 1957 vintage all these years. I got it in 1959 in a trade for a Vega parlour guitar ( which I wish I had now) . I love this guitar; the folk songs I sing love this guitar. Pete Seeger played it for a week at a Storyville gig in 1959 and loved it. It has a much darker spruce top than the recent models. It has a very punchy sweet sound. Im a finger picker and this instrument has been me saviour over the years.

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  9. I have a D-18 continental model and I am not sure what the specificity is —-it sounds me^^better than my Eric Clapton 000 model in terms of projection volume nd over all tone thanks gentlemen !

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  10. You have to play a D-18 (at least once) to appreciate just how good it really is. Fantastic sounding guitar! Love it! 
    (NB: The video does a good job of conveying the sound of the gem, but the D-18 will blow your socks off, when you actually get a chance to play it after listening to it here!)

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  11. The classic Martin D-18 tone that most people are wanting to hear comes from a good D-18 with old strings. The older the better really. I know that goes against what every shop tells you. But much of the classic recordings where a D-18 was used were with very old strings. You hear the wood with old strings, not that cheap chime.

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  12. I’m still looking for my forever acoustic Martin. I have been playing 10 years. I tried some Mexican Martins and entry levels which were very nice but not the crunch salty classic sound I’m looking for.Never played/heard the D’s standard. My question – is the D-18 really that special?

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  13. Quinten man you are awesome but you need to stop cutting the dude off when he talks. No disrespect. On a good note you play well man. Ide love to sit down and jam with you

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  14. Man, I just received mine (I would adivse you to go second-hand, you can't go wrong with this quality anyway) and it's terrific ! Indeed, one of the best guitars I've played ; very responsive, very versatile and comfortable to play. Thanks, Martin !

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  15. I've got a d18 that I was fortunate to get a couple years ago. I absolutely love it. I'd also like to get an HD28 someday. I'm primarily a rhythm guitar player. I didn't know that d18's are used a lot for lead work. The d18 on this video has such a great clear sound.

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  16. Wouldnt it be a good thing to play the same stuff in every video like the other guy used to do? This guy can obviously play, but for some reason he insists on doing his best not to show us…just the normal meaningless noodling.

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  17. Add golden Era bracing and a high altitude Swiss spruce top, and yes, you'll have the best. Here's a hint. Martin made one. Called a d mahogany 09. Only made about 138 of them ever. Find one. Oh, and they're priced lower than ge and around the same as a d18! They couldn't even afford to keep making them. Trust me. Best priced Martin in Martin's history. A rarity

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