In the late 1960s the situation for US guitar manufacturers became difficult: guitars that were made in Japan, looking very similar to US guitars, were flooding the market but at a much lower price. These guitars increasingly endangered the US manufacturers dominance on the market, and a few American companies reacted to that development in an appropriate manner: They did not take any legal steps but instead launched a counter offensive. That’s when “Sigma Guitars” was born.
In 1970 “SIGMA”, the brandname for acoustic guitars, was launched.
They were built by specially trained staff in the most efficient guitar factories in Japan and then sent to the US for inspection before being released for sale and shipping to the music stores.
“Sigma Guitars” were soon to have an excellent, even legendary, reputation. Some models were said to be of outstanding quality, both, in construction and sound.
Grand OM-14 Fret, Cutaway, Dovetail Neck Joint, Solid European Alpine Spruce top, Back & Sides: Macassar Ebony, Neck: Mahogany, Low Profile, Nut & Saddle: Bone , Fingerboard: Micarta , Scale Length: 25.4” (645 mm) , Neck width at nut: 1-3/4″ (44,5 mm) , Tuning Machines: Nickel w/ Ebony buttons , Electronics: Fishman Flex Plus , Finish: Ultra-thin...
Sigma guitars are well-regarded as some of the best value-for-money acoustic guitars on the market and they have a range of acoustics that'll cater for beginners through to pro players who need an acoustic to gig, write and record with.
Body Size: 00-12 Fret Construction: Dovetail Neck Joint Top: Solid Sitka Spruce Back & Sides: Mahogany Neck: Mahogany, Low Profile Nut & Saddle: Bone Fingerboard: Micarta Scale Length: 25.4” (645 mm) Neck width at nut: 1-11/16” (42,9 mm) Tuning Machines: Chrome, diecast Electronics: Preamp (with Tuner) Finish: Satin Strings: D´Addario EXP16