Antique Acoustics Replica Martin Guitar Pin Set, Style 28 (1931-1939)

Antique Acoustics Replica Martin Guitar Pin Set, Style 28 (1931-1939)

Antique Acoustics Replica Martin Guitar Pin Set, Style 28 (1931-1939)


Non-slotted replica pins, modeled after those used on Style 28 Martin guitars from 1931-1939. "Aged" cream with black dot. Set includes six bridge pins and one endpin. Bridge pins have a 8.1 mm head diameter, 5.6 mm cone diameter & 5 degree taper. Imported from Germany. More details...

Availability: In stock,

sku: AAPS1-P7

$30.00

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ANTIQUE ACOUSTICS REPLICA MARTIN GUITAR PIN SETS - "Pre-war" Martin acoustic guitars are amongst the most prized instruments on the planet. Careful expert restoration work, when needed, is always well appreciated and very highly valued. So too, finely crafted replica parts. Now, from Germany, developed by a couple of luthiers well versed in the art of guitar restoration, comes this line of replica Martin pin sets. Meticulously crafted, these pin sets are categorized by the specific model Martin and the specific time span the pins were used on that model. Since the dating of Martin guitars is easily done with the serial number, the appropriate pin sets are easily found. These sets include six original bridge pins and an endpin. We are very pleased to offer them.

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Customer Reviews 1 item(s)

Excellent product!
Bought these to replace the factory pins on a Martin OM-28 Authentic, which I found were starting to bend after just one string change (Really, Martin?? Come on...). These are a PERFECT fit... they are very well made, and sit perfectly flush with the bridge, unlike the factory pins which stuck up about 1/16". In addition, the aged cream look is a better color match for the saddle and nut, while the black center dots are smaller and less pronounced than on the factory pins. Highly recommended!!! Review by brencat / (Posted on 12/29/2015)