This Martin D-41 is part of the private collection of Billie Joe Armstrong.

The Martin D-41 launched in 1969 as a high-end dreadnought. While the wood make-up of the D-41 is similar to the D-28, the 41 features a set of premium cosmetic details such as elegant binding and hexagonal inlays. The modern D-41 also features gold-plated hardware and a high-polished gloss finish.

This 70’s Martin D-41 is a personal full bodied treasure from Billie used heavily on the record 21st Century Breakdown.

Several dings in the top of the finish. There is capo wear on the first fret position of the guitar. A light bevel in the body. This could require a neck reset, not now, but in the future. Final thing to not is that there is a light body crack which is about 6" long from the top of the bridge to the sound hole. This did not effect the guitars sound or performance.

Neck is straight and true. This guitar sounds great

There are no further issues, aside from the aforementioned, to be seen or heard. We have done our best to capture any imperfections of this instrument through our photography here on the site. Please enjoy.

A killer piece. Ships in an OHSC.

All items in Billie's Reverb Shop ship fully insured with a signed and embossed Certificate Of Authenticity by Billie Joe Armstrong.

Listed5 years ago
ConditionGood (Used)
Good condition items function properly but may exhibit some wear and tear.learn more
  • D-41
  • Spruce Top
  • 1970s

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