Sigma guitar serial number dating
If you wish to know more about your guitar, please include a photo and any specific questions you may have through Customer Service. Your guitar's serial number is found inside the sound hole and up sharply towards the neck block (see example on the right).
First generation 03 Series serial numbers may also be ink stamped on a white label.
i have a Tama 3558 S with serial number 73040660 ( or maybe the last number is a o ) I may want to sell with original hard case any idea of price.
There are other clues, if the neck is made of maple, it is post 75, .
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Martin has been producing high quality acoustic instruments since 1833.