I think if you are looking for an excellent guitar in an affordable price range, you can't go wrong with a vintage Sigma.
This guitar was really nice sounding and had a very clear, rich tone for a guitar in this price range.
Those guys at Martin know how to spec out a guitar.
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I've even heard that, on some of the '70s Yamaha FG models, they would make some solid and some laminate.
So, you have to look at the guitar..a close look right on the edge of the soundhole.
They were made in Japan from '70 until 1983, then moved to Korea.
From what I understand, the company that now owns the Sigma brand has been making guitars since 2011, but they have nothing to do with Martin. If you want the whole Wikipedia version, click here.