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Martin Guitar Museum Tour with Chris Martin | Part 3
 
The Martin Guitar CEO talks about the development of the dovetail neck joint, the switch from fan-bracing to X-bracing, and more.
October 13, 2020

Chris Martin discusses early Martin history, including the company’s dovetail neck joint, the switch fan-bracing to X-bracing, and the move to the current factory in 1964.
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