NEW! Martin Guitars
We are proud to announce that we are now an exclusive dealer for traditional C.F Martin Guitars and Ukuleles. All guitars here come from brand-new stock, with a 3-year warranty and free delivery.
If you have any questions then please do not hesitate to contact us
About C. F. Martin & Co.®
C. F. Martin & Co.® has steadily grown to become the household name it is today. Established in 1833, the company has now racked up over 180 years of experience, and in the process has made over 1 million acoustic instruments including of course a huge number of guitars.
Throughout the years Martin has been at the forefront of acoustic guitar innovation and introduced a number of landmark features which have in some respects become industry-standards. You only need look to X-bracing, the 14 fret guitar and the iconic 'Dreadnought' size guitars to find some of Martin & Co's significant contributions.
C. F. Martin & Co.reg; are a responsible manufacturer. Today Martin guitars are produced in a way which aims to minimise or avoid impact on the environment wherever possible. Environmental sustainability and responsible manufacture are two very important principles of modern-day Martin.
Whilst Martin have an incredible history of making traditional guitars, they also have expertise in making ukuleles, and became a top-manufacturer for the instrument during the 1920s. Here at London Guitar Studio we have in stock a number of excellent Martin ukuleles for our customers to choose from.
In addition to guitars and ukuleles, C. F. Martin & Co.® are equally famous for their range of strings. Martin Guitar strings are available here at London Guitar Studio and we have a range of high-quality strings for Acoustic, Classical and Flamenco models to choose from.
Our range of Martin Guitars
In our collection of Martin Guitars we have a number of exciting models, including a range of signature editions, such as the John Mayer and Eric Clapton. The acoustic guitars span a range of price points and features electro-acoustic models, the famed Dreadnought-size models, and many more.