Martin has been shaping the sound of acoustic music for nearly two centuries, and offers a wide array of guitar body shapes and sizes to create the perfect guitar for you.
Mother’s Day may look a little different for a lot of us this year. While the COVID-19 pandemic continues to keep many of us apart, we want to remind you that music has always brought us together.
To honor all of the moms in our lives, we’ve assembled a list of classic and contemporary songs by artists known to strum on Martin guitars. We hope you’ll share a song or two (or all of them!) with those close to you.
Happy Mother’s Day from Martin Guitar!
Whether you are still in quarantine, returning to work, or you have been working non-stop since all of this started, we can all use a diversion. And we all share a love of music and guitars. So here are some resources we have gathered to help keep you occupied.
Martin’s commitment to the environment is deeply ingrained in our core values. As CEO and Chairman, Chris Martin, has said, “Protecting the environment and all of its precious resources has been at the forefront of my family’s business since its inception.”
The Martin Museum in Nazareth, Pennsylvania is home to a stunning collection of iconic Martin guitars, but also plays host to performances by exciting and inspirational artists.
Richlite® visited the Martin Guitar factory with the purpose of seeing how Richlite® is used in the crafting of our guitars.
I typically receive questions about the origins of Guatemalan Rosewood. My usual response is that Guatemalan Rosewood hails from, “a certain valley in a certain country that only I have access to." This seemed to upset some people. I have decided to give you a hint. The country is Nicaragua. Yes, it is odd that Guatemalan Rosewood trees grow in Nicaragua, but trees do not pay attention to boarders.
This is my valley.
This is me on behalf of C.F. Martin & Co donating money to gentleman named Oscar.
He started his Rosewood farm using seeds he found in the forest.
Under the butterfly is a freshly planted sapling. In 300 years, it should be ready to be turned into guitars.
While many people only do what is necessary under the laws of the land, we are thankful for the “Oscars” of the world, who go above and beyond when it comes to the conservation and sustainability of precious resources. We will continue to support Oscar and like-minded people around the globe.
Muchos Gracias, Oscar!