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Loud and brash as the Fourth of July, this Dreadnought from Marty Lanham's Nashville Guitar Company is a sound cannon fit to knock you flat on your feet--so we recommend first playing this Dread while seated. Combining the classic punch and drive of Mahogany (and what gorgeous Quilted Mahogany is this!) with a German Spruce top for maximum silkiness, you won't find a bad note across the length of the fretboard.
The banjo players at your Bluegrass session better be ready, because this Dreadnought means business; they might be out of a job, soon. In addition, this Dreadnought has a hearty C-profile neck that's easy on the left hand, and traditional pre-War aesthetics from the bone through-saddle to the Grained Ivoroid binding and MOP snowflakes on the fretboard, to provide the ultimate in traditional American tone and design.
Loud and brash as the Fourth of July, this Dreadnought from Marty Lanham's Nashville Guitar Company is a sound cannon fit to knock you flat on your feet--so we recommend first playing this Dread ...read full descriptionArtists who play instruments by this builder:
"I think Marty hit the nail on the head with this one. The voice is strong and expressive, and the strings don't need much to really get the top singing--but this Dreadnought handles well under an agressive picking style, too." - Paul Heumiller
"This is a nice punchy Martin copy that would be great for strumming all styles of music. Its voice is clear and even with a nice tight bass response. " - Al Petteway