On December 6, 2014, SURFER Magazine will host the 44th Annual SURFER Poll Awards on the North Shore of Oahu. The night is a celebration of surfing! Martin Guitar will be on hand as a sponsor of the evening.
The Nature Conservancy in Africa kicked off "20,000 Elephants" this month with a goal to collect 20,000 original images of elephants called elegrams! Why 20,000? It's one elegram for every elephant being born this year into the worst poaching crisis in history.
We at Martin Guitar like to think of ourselves as experts in gift giving and spreading good cheer. We could take a good guess that your holiday season will be a lot merrier if you use our gift guides to help in your shopping adventures!
Martin Guitar is proud to add singer/songwriter Thomas Rhett to the Martin Ambassador family! The Martin Ambassador program honors musicians for their understanding and appreciation of Martin’s history and craftsmanship.
Is your lifelong dream to own a custom Martin Guitar? Then this game is for you! Martin's Dream Inside The Box game gives you the chance to create your own custom Martin Guitar with a retail value of $10,000! Yes, you read that right.
Looking for the perfect gift for yourself or a guitarist in your life? Look no further than Martin X-Series! All the guitars in the X-Series are designed to have the look and feel of natural wood, while being durable and resistant to warping.
During his winning run at the 2014 X-Games in January, Olympian/Burton Rider and Martin Ambassador Danny Davis debuted his new 2015 Burton Easy Livin’ snowboard with distinctive Martin Guitar-inspired graphics.
Thirty-five rare guitars that illustrate the early history of the instrument in America are on display at The Metropolitan Museum of Art until December 7, 2014. Early American Guitars: The Instruments of C.F. Martin traces the birth of the Martin guitar by shedding light on the contributions of Christian Frederick Martin.
Made Right Here is a product of four friends who banded together to document America’s finest craftspeople. Thanks to Maxwell House and AOL, they are able to share the stories of hardworking people who get up every morning and make good things, right here in America.