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Old 01-14-2019, 02:50 PM
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I wasn't really playing a song, just playing random chords and things to show off the tone of the guitar mainly. The finger picking thing at the end is an old Chet Atkin song, there's a lot more to it but I didn't play much of it.

Thanks for taking the time to watch and listen. This one is a knock out instrument!!!
wow, that sounded pretty great for someone just tooling around on the fretboard.
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Wow,Very Nice
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I just got this in late Thursday night. This is one of the Mandolin Brother's custom ordered Martin D-41 Turbo models.

It was a D-41 with custom ordered 1/4" scalloped forward shift braces, a Red Spruce top 1 3/4" nut width and a Geib case. I can see why these were so popular on the UMGF years back when Mando Bros were in business still.

Here's a video I put up of it. Its a bit glitchy but the tone comes through well.


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Congratulations! Gorgeous Martin, great sound!
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Congratulations on a fantastic guitar. I just pulled the trigger on a MB D-41 today. I had a standard a few years back and I'm looking forward to this hot-rodded D-41 getting here next week.
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Beautiful sounding guitar - you wear it well. Congratulations to you!
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The bass on that D -41 is amazing. Thanks for sharing your video. I'd love to hear some full-out finger-style tunes on it in the future, if you care to share.
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Old 01-19-2019, 12:54 PM
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The bass on that D -41 is amazing. Thanks for sharing your video. I'd love to hear some full-out finger-style tunes on it in the future, if you care to share.
Just now I was browsing YouTube for Emerald X30 demos, and I found one that you made in May 2018. That guitar has a big, fat bass tone as well.

How would compare the bass on your D-41 to your X30, in terms of volume and tone?

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Old 01-19-2019, 01:34 PM
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The Emerald was an interesting guitar. I sold it because I ultimately preferred the tone of my Classic Series Rainsong WS1000. It (the X30) was bass heavy to a fault. This Martin D-41 Turbo has thick fat bass but the Red Spruce top allows for rich full sounding mids and highs too. Hard to compare Carbon Fiber to wood for tone but its easy to compare them for other things like playability and responsiveness.

My Rainsong is a really great guitar. I'd like to play an Emerald X20.

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Just now I was browsing YouTube for Emerald X30 demos, and I found one that you made in May 2018. That guitar has a big, fat bass tone as well.

How would compare the bass on your D-41 to your X30, in terms of volume and tone?

Thanks
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Thanks for your response. My dread (Tacoma DR 20) does not have a very powerful Bluegrass-style bass, so I'm searching for something that does. It's hard to tell from YouTube videos.
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Depending on your budget I'd be glad to make some recommendations based on my experience. Send me a PM if you'd like.

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Thanks for your response. My dread (Tacoma DR 20) does not have a very powerful Bluegrass-style bass, so I'm searching for something that does. It's hard to tell from YouTube videos.
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Sitting in Wendy's with Madonna playing in the background, so I could only pick up part of what you were saying, but when you started playing...Wow! Beautiful tone and so bassy! Enjoy that beast!
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Thanks for taking the time to listen and watch!!
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That Is A Nice Guitar! Enjoy!
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I just got this in late Thursday night. This is one of the Mandolin Brother's custom ordered Martin D-41 Turbo models.

It was a D-41 with custom ordered 1/4" scalloped forward shift braces, a Red Spruce top 1 3/4" nut width and a Geib case. I can see why these were so popular on the UMGF years back when Mando Bros were in business still.

Here's a video I put up of it. Its a bit glitchy but the tone comes through well.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v3SoUORtbbE
Really nice!
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