Legendary Artist Teams Up with Martin

Having made a name for himself since the early 1970s as a songwriter who can not only tell a rousing story, but one who can also tap into endless good-vibe music centered around beach life, Jimmy Buffett has been playing Martin guitars for decades. In 2013, Buffet saw Chris Martin with his CEO-6 Black model and was struck by its 1800s-inspired design. Teaming up with his guitar tech, Dan Cook — also a lover of Martin guitars — Jimmy contacted the Martin Custom Shop about working up a signature model based on the CEO-6, but one that would feature Buffett's own spin. The result is a beautifully designed classic sloped-shoulder dreadnought, finished in a stunning black lacquer with Buffett’s signature palm-tree-swaying-in-the-breeze in gorgeous mother-of-pearl on the headstock. The Jimmy Buffett Custom also features solid East Indian rosewood back and sides with a solid Adirondack spruce top, delivering stellar tone and projection.


  • String Type:Steel
  • Number of Strings:6
  • Body Shape:Dreadnought
  • Left-/Right-handed:Right-handed
  • Color:Black
  • Finish:Gloss
  • Top Wood:Adirondack Spruce
  • Back & Sides Wood:East Indian Rosewood
  • Body Bracing:Scalloped X-bracing
  • Binding:Grained Ivoroid
  • Neck Wood:Select Hardwood
  • Neck Shape:Performing Artist
  • Radius:16"
  • Fingerboard Material:Ebony
  • Fingerboard Inlay:Mother-of-pearl Dots
  • Number of Frets:20
  • Scale Length:25.4"
  • Tuning Machines:Gold Enclosed Gear
  • Bridge Material:Ebony
  • Nut/Saddle Material:Bone/White Tusq
  • Nut Width:1.75"
  • Electronics:Fishman Gold Plus Natural I
  • Strings:92/8 Phosphor Bronze Light, .012-.054
  • Case Included:Hardshell Case
  • Manufacturer Part Number:10JIMMYBUFFETTCUSTOM

Martin Jimmy Buffett Custom Black Sloped Shoulder Dreadnought 2020 (9672)


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