Martin Dreadnought Junior 10E Acoustic-Electric Guitar

The Martin Dreadnought Junior 10E packs all the Martin quality you desire into a tight, bold package. Crafted in Martin style with excellent woods, classy appointments, and Fishman electronics, this guitar gives you the true Martin aura at a very modest price.

Crafted in Martin Style with Excellent Woods

This Junior model of course sports the classic dreadnought shape, shrunken down a bit. It’s 000 body depth is thinner than previous models, with softer back edges, which makes for a very comfortable feel against your body. The DJR 10E is all solid wood, with a Sitka spruce top and sapele back and sides. It comes in natural and burst finish.

Classy Appointments

The neck of this Martin is hand-rubbed and boasts a high performance taper. The fingerboard is FSC Certified Richlite, lined with mother-of-pearl dot inlays, and there’s a beautiful rosette around the soundhole. It also has a white corian nut and chrome enclosed gear tuners. Special “retro” strings come standard on this guitar. These vintage styled strings have a warm, played-in sound right out of the box.

Fishman Electronics

Not only does it look great and feel great to play, but it sounds great coming through any amplification system. The Fishman Sonitone electronics which come stock on the Martin DJR 10E are made to enhance all the beautiful tone this guitar has to offer—and make it as loud as you need.


  • Dreadnought Shape with Thinner Body
  • Sitka Spruce Top with Sapele Back and Sides
  • High Performance Neck Taper
  • FSC Certified Richlite Fingerboard with MOP Dot Inlays
  • Chrome Enclosed Gear Tuners
  • Fishman Sonitone Electronics
  • Includes Soft Gig Bag

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Anthony "Chio" Chiofalo has been entranced by music since the day he was born. As a young kid, he was inspired by the variety of artists he heard on the radio. In his early teens, he began delving into alternative rock and heavy metal. At age 13, he discovered an old acoustic guitar in his grandparents' basement and became enamored with emulating the music he loved. Since then, Anthony's been playing in bands, writing songs, and continuously searching for new experiences as a musician. Shortly after releasing his first solo EP Unlearned Lessons in August 2018, he joined the Sam Ash team as a copywriter, happily engaging in both his passions for music and writing, simultaneously. You can hear Anthony's music or read his personal blog posts at