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Sigma guitars were founded as a reaction to the dwindling output from US guitar manufacturers in the late 1960s in the wake of guitar sales becoming dominated by cheaper models coming from Japanese manufacturers catering to a lower-budget market. Sigma set out to create an American brand that would offer more affordable guitars to a fast-growing market.

Built by specially trained staff in Japan in state of the art factories, Sigma launched their first line of acoustic guitars to the US market in 1970. Models from this early period are highly sought after and extremely hard to find due to their outstanding quality. Premium components and materials such as solid Sitka spruce tops, rosewood and mahogany backs and sides, bone nuts and saddles and traditional rosewood bridges, give Sigma guitars their unique and much sought after tone and quality.

Focus on the tonal qualities of these earlier vintage models are mixed today with modern elements to produce a more open, warm tone with lots of mids and bass. They have established a somewhat legendary reputation as one of the leading brands in acoustic guitars over the 46 years they’ve been operating and withheld it to this day with their ever-growing base of satisfied customers.
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Sigma DM-1ST
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A wonderful guitar at a brilliant price. Well, this nice sunburst example of the Sigma DM-1ST is not a standard Sigma model as it is a custom Just Music model made by Sigma Guitars in sunburst finish. You can get this guitar in natural finish everywhere but if you like the sunburst one just order it from the folks at Just Music. We really like the Sigma DM-1ST and consider it as one of the best beginners or backup guitars out there. It looks good, it feels good, it sounds good. The guitar we received had a nice looking Mahogany body and extra comfortable neck. the sunburst finish was well done with the Sitka Spruce top half visible through it. Most low budget acoustic guitars suffer from poor fret and intonation job, that was absolutely not the case with the Sigma DM-1ST-SB, no stingy points or dead notes could be found. For those of you who require amplification, be sure to check the DM-1STE or DM-1STE-SB.

Sigma 00M-15S
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The cheaper all mahogany Martin... The Sigma 00M-15S Acoustic Guitar is part of Sigma’s leading 15 series and features a solid Mahogany top and Mahogany back and sides grand concert size body to produce a deep and warm tonality. Also with a mahogany neck, 20 fret Indian Rosewood fingerboard, bone nut and saddle and Grover open geared nickel machine heads the 00M-15S provides quality above its price range and has an attractive natural mahogany finish.