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Since 2003, Maury's Music has helped Martin Guitar players across the country improve their guitar's tone. As a player, Maury noticed that it was hard to find quality replacement parts for his 1998 Martin OM-28V.
He also found this to be true for thousands of other Martin guitar owners. After making a few compensated bone saddles for himself, Maury started offering the bone saddles to other Martin Guitar owners in April of 2003. A few short months after that, he became an authorized Martin Guitar dealer. One thing led to another and now Maury's Music has grown to be one of the largest and fastest-growing authorized Martin Marquis dealers in the country! Our commitment to knowing our product line, exceptional customer service, and fast delivery has kept our customers coming back for more.
But we know all those things matter very little if the price isn't right. So we mystery shop the competition and have competitive pricing. We are a husband and wife team with 1 employee. We own our shop so we pay no rent. We drive to Martin to pick up our guitars so we pay no inbound shipping. We spend no money on advertising. Word of mouth has paid us back tenfold. We are only invested in 2 lines of acoustic guitars. No drums, no keyboards or other large lines that tie up huge amounts of cash. We are a brick and mortar store with
hours by appointment to save on costs and to ensure that your visit* will be a quiet, private opportunity to play the 100+ pristine Martin, Blueridge Reverend guitars we regularly keep in our climate-controlled showroom.
Contact us about your Martin & Blueridge Guitar needs, we'll be happy to help!
* OUR RETAIL STOREFRONT IS CURRENTLY CLOSED TO PREVENT THE SPREAD OF COVID19.
I've been a Martin enthusiast for as long as I can remember, but it was Christmas of 1998 when I really got hooked. My wife Lori surprised me with my own OM-28VR (back then they still included the R in the model number). It's been signed by Chris Martin IV and Jackson Browne. Over the years I've experimented with dozens of pickups, bridge pins & saddles. I had the bridge replaced with a belly bridge so that I can use short drop-in saddles. It's currently wearing a bone nut & saddle, fossilized ivory pins and a Trance Audio Amulet M pickup system. When I'm not playing fingerstyle I spend my time chewing away the soundhole with a very heavy right hand, as you can see. She's broken in and carries alot of "character". I recorded my entire 2nd CD exclusively with this guitar, and I still play most of my gigs with it.