This is it - get excited - the largest guitar collection ever sold in Canada. Lots of rare, unique and collectible guitars representing dozens of makes.
Guitars from Gibson, Hofner, Fender, Pan, Univox, Art & Lutherie, G&L (Leo Fender's post Fender brand), and many more, as well as countless rare and highly sought after vintage Japanese guitars.
If you want to know how much your Sigma guitar is worth, you may click HERE to reach their web site, where for .99 you can obtain an estimate of the current value for your instrument.
Please note that the inclusion of this link in this site should not be interpreted as an endorsement by Sigma Instruments or by its parent, C.
When we met, the first thing I looked at was the amp and the effects pedals. I could see that they were really well taken care of.
Everything had the original box and owners manuals.
Needless to say, I was pretty excitied so I committed to buying the whole lot without seeing the guitar first.
Almost as a second thought, I opened the old beat up guitar case just to make sure that the old "no name" guitar was actually in there.
I thought it was a typo or the seller was confused about the type of guitar strings he had on his acoustic guitar.
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PLEASE NOTE: Items Subject to Additions & Deletions - Auction Date & Times May Change.
has to say on the subject: Sigma Serial Numbers do not provide an indicator of the year in which a particular model was built.
However, most Sigma models were offered only for a limited number of years, so that most models' construction dates can be narrowed down to a reasonable range.