The Martin Smith w-700 guitar has been beautifully crafted to offer the player a deep rich tone from it's large 41" hollow dreadnought body. Its distinctive cutaway gives the guitar iota popular stylish look as well as allowing the player to reach higher notes with ease. The Martin Smith w-700 neck has been designed with a low action for a smooth and easy playing experience with precise intonation. Finished in a stunning Matt effect, the w-700 series stands out with it's quality binding, pearloid inlays and Embossed headstock featuring fully geared chrome machine heads making the Martin Smith premium guitar a truly beautiful instrument to hold and play for all guitarists from beginners to enthusiasts. Included with the guitar is a padded dr
Core wires and plain strings plated with an acoustic bronze finish
Like all the Martin SP Studio/Performance Series strings, the MSP4150 SP Phosphor Bronze Light/Medium acoustic guitar strings are ideal live, in the studio, or wherever maximum string life is desired. The creation of these high-performance Martin strings is a result of research done in cooperation with specialty steel producers. Due to the development of a top-notch ultra-high quality steel core, Martin SP strings resist breakage better than average strings. In addition, both the core wires and the plain strings are plated with a smooth, acoustic bronze finish. Though this golden bronze finish will enhance the beauty of your guitar, its purpose is much more functional—to prolong brightness, guitar string life, and provide superior tonal q
www.martintaylorguitar.com Guitarists Martin Taylor and Tommy Emmanuel sit down to jam and talk about touring, jazz & country music, Django Reinhardt, Wes Montgomery, Albert Lee and playing and learning guitar. Filmed at CAAS 2010 in Nashville.
www.hardknock.tv Exclusive in-depth interview with Devi Dev and Terrace Martin. In part 1 Terrace talks about how he got into Jazz and playing instruments at a young age, including how Jay Leno gave him a scholarship and bought him a Saxophone. Terrace talks about idolizing DJ Quik and Dr Dre growing up to now being able to work with them. Including how Snoop hooked him up with Quincy Jones to work on a Jazz Hip Hop project. Then the interview shifts into how Dev and Terrace met and how the idea for their Marvin Gaye inspired first project Here My Dear came about. From the success of that spawned their new project the SEX EP. They have worked with quite a few artists on the projects including Wiz Khalifa, Kendrick Lamar, Snoop Dogg, Badd Lucc, Problem, Skeme, 9th Wonder, etc. Make sure to subscribe to www.youtube.com to get our latest videos including part 2 with ?Devi Dev and Terrace Martin? next week.?