It's a Sigma DM3 and I got it as a gift (actually as a replacement because my aunt sat on and broke the guitar my grandfather gave me) around 1984."DM3" is stamped onto one of the braces; there is no paper label.
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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.
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 $100.00 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 $750.00 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 $3500.00 If you have a good sigma (some are not so ggod).
First locate the Serial number on your Martin® guitar.
(The Model number is not necessary to find the date of manufacture.) Serial numbers are found on the neck block.
Looking inside the soundhole and toward the neck you will find the serial number and model stamped on the neck block.
The model number is above, the serial number is below it.
The serial numbers denote the Example: Serial Number 439628 was built in 1983 as the last serial number made in 1927.
Serial numbers listed do not apply to Martin Backpackers® or Little Martin® guitars.