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The early 70s models (1970 -1975) can be distinguished by a more squared peghead, shaped similarly to that of a "spatula." The logo consisting of a gold decal with the single word in block lettering SIGMA surmounted with the Σ symbol (the Greek letter sigma), in mother of pearl. In 1978, model designations were added to capitalize on Martin model numbers: the DM-18, DM-19, DR-28, DR-28H, DR-35, DR-41, and DR-45. Pegheads & Logos Sigma guitars made in Japan from 1970 through 1983.

Does anyone have any idea as to their significance. It was my grandpas guitar, I got it from him shortly before he passed away. Hi, i'm Fabrizio from Italy and i read that you have the same model i have,(made in Korea #93024644) did u get any information 'bout it? There should be a serial number on the brace in the body of the guitar, viewed through the sound hole. What did it sell for back then; How much is it worth now? I have a dr41, great guitar but it's still not a martin. It might be because it was a sentimental gift, maybe it was sold to pay the bills, or maybe you just didn't realize how much you loved that guitar until it was gone. Most of them are my own stories, but send me your stories as well and they just might get published here.It seems like every major manufacturer has their second tier brand of guitars these days. In one of those "uh oh somebody's gonna get fired" moments, someone at Martin forgot to renew the trademark on the Sigma brand, and sure enough, one of those crafty overseas companies jumped on it and now own the Sigma brand.I've since invested in having the nut and saddle replaced with hand carved bone, and the frets and neck fine tuned for light strings -- it plays so easy and sounds simply wonderful. I wanted to know how much it was worth, when it was made, all that good stuff. I hane no idea of quality( supposed very good), year,price,etc, It sounds very good but i think i'll use as a 6 strings. They were all hand inspected in the States before shipping to dealers. Went to a few "chain store" guitar shops and got the standard 0.00 sigma crap. I let a good, respected martin restorer look and play. Let the snobs have their way and we'll keep getting good guitars for less! Can u send me please some notes about this 12 strings? If yours was made in Korea it is definitely post 81. If you like it, keep it, but you probably won't get another guitar close in sound and quality terms for the same money. Good Luck : : I need information on a Sigma Guitar. he felt it was worth, as a player, about 0.00 If had been a martin in the same condition and played the same....3 times as much. It's a cannon and it will set me back 00.00 If you have a good sigma (some are not so ggod). However, if you are a player, I would recommend that you keep it as it will improve in value and tone as the years go by. Price will depend on finding the right buyer for your guitar. Is their a resource anywhere that lists Sigma serial numbers by year? It has a paper label which I understand indicates early 1970's and it's solid spruce and rosewood. Every guitarist has that one special guitar that they wished they had back.Long overlooked and relegated to an obscure corner of the collectible market, Sigma by Martin guitars have recently gained popularity among a new generation of collectors.If you’re one who has developed a taste for them (or other vintage Japanese brands), you likely know that Martin – as it readily admits – kept few notes regarding the Sigma line.