Here's one I just gotta get out of the way of. Y'know, let the guitar do the talking. I really could go on and on and truly gush but it would be a waste of breath. A few simple strums on this beautiful 1967 Martin D-28 trumps anything I could say about it so I'll just stick to the facts. Spruce top, Brazilian sides & back, mahogany neck, ebony board. The D-28 keeps things simple and tasteful with dot fret markers and traditional rosette. Our luthier has just gone over it top to bottom to ensure it has fifty more years in the tank. It just got some new frets, a neck re-set, new bridge and bridge plate, new pickguard and had a crack on the side repaired. The honest to goodness real world wear also speaks volume to the quality of the piece as a guitar that you just can't put down. An amazing dreadnought from the company that invented the form.