i got a chance to go try it again.. and again I didn't get model number. But i found it too small and maybe too light.
I did notice some of my weird 1st and 2ed position fingering were more difficult. I also think its a short scale because I was able to do my index fingered 3rd fret/6th string to 7th fret at 1st string(pinky) stretch.
All in all im unhappy. This is probably not the same Sigma hog i tried at MusiTEc. that one was an oooM-15 (below)
Last Edit: Jan 23, 2017 21:00:36 GMT -5 by RobertW
All Sigmas has laminate back and sides. Only a few had solid tops.
I was fortunate enough to pick up a lightly used Sigma CR-9 classical for my wife, who was getting serious about her playing, over thirty years ago. Solid spruce top, rosewood laminate back and sides...truly a lovely guitar. Put a set of Schaller tuners on it, otherwise it's factory mint. There's a Facebook group on Vintage Sigma guitars that's as big a treasure trove of info as the old Acoustic Guitar Seagull Spoken Here forum was for Godin guitars...
"If you can't boogie woogie, you sure can't rock and roll" Danny O'Keefe
RobertW, Beautiful guitar, I would definitely like one. It has a nut width of 1 11/16, with 25.4 inch scale length. That would suit me just fine, but is it Ok for you. Are you actually thinking of buying one.
RobertW , Beautiful guitar, I would definitely like one. It has a nut width of 1 11/16, with 25.4 inch scale length. That would suit me just fine, but is it Ok for you. Are you actually thinking of buying one.
honestly, I don't know what i'm thinking..buy? trade? nut too small? cdn 800$+? of course id prefer without electronics
RobertW , Only buy or trade for new guitar, when you are sure it's the one for you. Nothing worse than, "Guitar buyers remorse". Have had a few cases of that, it's not fun. 😀
Some of my "Guitar buyers remorse" has come from not buying or trading for a new (to me) guitar (or banjo, mandolin. . .) when I had a chance.
-1962 Martin D-21 -1950 Gibson LG1 -1958 Goya M-26 -1974 Yamaha FG75 high strung -A number of banjos, mandolins, Autoharps, ukuleles, dulcimers, mouth harps, a Tele clone and various other stuff. -I own a fiddle, but only play it when Maggie and the cats are all out of the house.