Tuesday, July 08 2014 09:00
Models to include Anniversary Limited Editions and Popular X series
Nazareth, PA (NAMM, Booth 902) – July 8, 2014 - C. F. Martin & Co. (www.martinguitar.com) continues to celebrate their outstanding legacy of craftsmanship with five new models to be unveiled this July at Summer NAMM 2014 in Nashville. Two unique limited edition anniversary models will pay tribute to Martin’s factory locations on Sycamore Street in Nazareth, PA and Navojoa, Mexico. Attendees will also be introduced to this year’s exclusive Nashville show special, a follow up to the popular D-42 model showcased at Summer NAMM 2012, and two stunning new additions to the acclaimed X model series.
Monday, July 07 2014 09:00
Martin Guitar Custom Shop to unveil two new models – The First Ever Photo-Imprint Design Paying Tribute to the Louvin Brothers and the CS-GP-14
Nazareth, PA (NAMM, Booth 902)– July 7, 2014 - C. F. Martin & Co. (www.martinguitar.com) will pay tribute to beloved gospel and country legends The Louvin Brothers when they unveil the new D-28 Louvin Brothers Custom Signature Edition at Summer NAMM 2014 in Nashville, July 17-19. It is the first guitar made by Martin that features a special photographic imprint on the solid Sitka spruce top, with a graphic inspired by the Louvin Brothers’ iconic album cover, “Satan is Real.”
Wednesday, June 25 2014 16:10
Custom Guitars to Include the name Satao to honor Elephant Recently Slaughtered for Ivory
Arlington, VA – June 26, 2014 –It’s estimated that there were 1.2 million elephants in Africa in 1980. Now there are only about 430,000, with an estimated 20,000 elephants killed last year alone. Tragically, one of the world’s largest and most famous elephants, Satao, was recently killed by poachers in Kenya, fueling global outcry for action. To help end the worst poaching crisis in history, Martin Guitar and The Nature Conservancy launched a partnership today to ramp up efforts in Africa and China through #SaveElephants, a campaign to increase resources for elephant protection, add to growing global pressure on leaders, and to provide concerned individuals with opportunities to take action. Music artists have also lent their support as elephant ambassadors to help raise awareness.