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  1. I have narrowed down my choices to the following, all discontinued I think, but hope to find some on the web: Seagull Maritime SWS Rosewood; Simon & Patrick Showcase Rosewood; Seagull Artist Studio QII; Norman ST 68. I chose these because I prefer spruce top and rosewood back and sides. Also, I already have in my possession a Martin Sigma SDR 28, which is spruce and rosewood, and all solid wood. How would this compare to those guitars I listed above? Would you prefer to have this Sigma or one of the above? This is a very important decision for me -- probably the last guitar I'll ever get. Two more questions: Would the quality and tone of a Seagull Artist Studio or Norman ST68 be as much above a Seagull Maritime SWS so as to justify the extra cost? Also, if you already had a Sigma SDR 28 solid wood, would you trade it in or sell it to buy the aforementioned Seagull Artist or Norman? Thanks so much to all who respond!
  2. Not a lot of information on the net about Suzuki Guitars, and specs ,and serial number dating . They stopped making these before the internet took off. I found a 6 string model # (f 100 s ) There's a small amount of information about the f100 but nothing about the "s" . this place in model number Usually refers to finish . all the f100 had englemen spruce or laminated englemen spruce and have no "s" to identify it as spruce . So it doesn't refer to top. it supposed to be cedar so do the Japanese spell cedar with "s". It's not slim either ,that was on folk Guitar this is a dreadnaught . any one know how or where to find out about these guitars. This one sounds and plays great for 47years old.
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