Martin D-X2E Rosewood Acoustic-Electric Guitar

Get a mid-budget acoustic you can be proud of. The Martin D-X2E Rosewood acoustic-electric projects a deep, rich sound and plays like a thousand bucks.

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Overall User Ratings (based on 1 ratings)
  • Overall:
    5 out of 5 stars
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  • The Wow Factor:
    5 out of 5 stars
Overall: 5 out of 5 stars
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Submitted February 7, 2021 by Blair S in Grove City, OH

"Just Wow"

Overall: 5 out of 5 stars
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I am barely into my third year playing guitar. I progressed from a Yamaha FG800 to an Epiphone Masterbilt DR500 MCE. I always wanted a Martin but I can't drop the coin for the D-18 or the D-28 that I really want, so I bought this without seeing or hearing it. I was honestly worried that a guitar with HPL back and sides could hang with an all solid wood guitar. Bad weather and the Pandemic slowed delivery down to four days via Fedex, but it is what it is. The first half hour of playing I was really wondering if I was going to like it. It took a little time to get used to that booming bottom end. But once I did, I learned to modulate it where necessary. And it plays so much smoother than my Epiphone. I am looking forward to playing with a friend who has a D-28 this summer to just compare them. Listen, I know this a made in Mexico Martin. And purists might turn their nose up. But play one and see, if like me, you think this is an amazing guitar at this price point. Heck. Now I don't know why I should keep the Epiphone. Call me a believer. The only thing i would ask Martin to do is add a nice white or black binding on this to protect the top and add a liitle flair. Heading to the Martin Website to get me a sticker for the mancave and a nice Martin ballcap. Love it.

Musical Background:

Drummer that picked up a guitar a few years ago

Musical Style:

Almost anything. Country, Bluegrass, classic rock, southern rock, etc.
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