Martin Sigma DR-7 Reviews
I boutht my Sigma DR-7 when they first came out in 1970, I paid $150.00 for it. I compared it with the Yamaha's when they first came out and thought the Sigma (made in Japan) sounded better.
I purchased my Sigma DR-7 about 1970 or 1971. I installed a fishman rare earth pick up. I play at coffee houses and I can't tell you the number of compliments I receive. People who own "real" Martins come up to me and tell me that my guitar sounds better than theirs. Truly the great sound comes from the seasoned wood!!
The keys eventually got hard to turn so I replaced them with Grover's.
Solid Spruce Top, rosewood sides, Mahogony split back. The top has thin even grain lines.
Test drive Sigma's!! You won't regret it and the guitar quality and tone is more than what you pay for the guitar. It's up there with the best.Jeff Magro
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