Sigma 000M-15L

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Sigma 000M-15L

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Manufacturer's ID: SIG-GTR-000M-15L+

What we say:

The Sigma brand has been around for over 40 years and has always been a byword for authentic tradition and excellent value. With many models based on famous heritage instruments made in Nazareth, Pennsylvania, these Chinese-made acoustics all feature solid tops, classic shapes and offer superlative tone and feel at a price no player could turn down!

This left-handed 000 model takes its inspiration from Depression-era Mahogany guitars. This is a 14 fret Orchestral guitar with a strong, warm voice to match its retro good looks. This is a true acoustic, no electronics are on board here. Quality is high: as well as the solid Mahogany top, the 000M-15 has Grover tuners for great stability and tuning finesse. This is a great sounding guitar that represents terrific value and is an extremely comfortable and playable instrument.

Specification

Body Size  000-14 Fret
Construction  Dovetail Neck Joint
Top  Solid Mahogany
Back & Sides  Mahogany
Neck  Mahogany, Low Profile
Nut & Saddle  Bone
Fingerboard  Micarta
Scale  25.4”
Nut Width  1-11/16”
Tuners  Chrome, Grover diecast
Finish  Satin

Customer reviews

Overall Rating 4.5 (2 reviews)

The guitar is the shape I wanted, after struggling with a dreadnought since starting to learn 18 months ago. The only problem was the set-up, which was poor, with a 4mm gap at the 14th fret. Also there was a bow in the neck, and one of the string heights had to be altered. This cost me £35 at a local luthier. I could have sent it back, and asked for the adjustments to be made, but I figured that the postage both ways would have cost me just as much. The guitar is fine now, and certainly more comfortable to play.

Aled O. - 2/12/2020

Amazing sound from such a lighweight guitar

Tim A. - 27/1/2020

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