The Martin D 28 guitar is one of the most widely used, sought after, and famous acoustic guitars in the world. Not only has the Martin D 28 been such a fine instrument itself, it's inspired many industries that simply make customized versions or even improved versions of the famous D 28 template.
I've owned a beautiful HD 28 VR in the past, and I wished that I owned it still. I do own a variation upon the D 28 theme in the modern era, a 1984 Santa Cruz Model D.
I also own a Fender Japanese made copy of the legendary D 28, and though it's not a herringbone instrument, it is a high X braced instrument with resplendent abalone inlay all over the thing. My Fender is an F 65.
Then below the cutaway guitar with have a D 28S, a twelve fret clear of the body guitar that features a wider neck, and a larger body shape. The slotted headstock is where the S in the model comes from, these guitars are mostly played by fingerstylist.
Here's a guy giving some great history of the world's most famous acoustic guitar, but let's hear the most famous example of that very guitar being played, shan't we?