GOYA CLASSICAL GUITARS (MARTIN ERA 1970s to 1990s)

The C.F. Martin company aquired the Swedish Levin company and then the Goya brandname in around 1974 and produced instruments under this name until 1996. These Goya guitars were made in Japan, Korea and Taiwan.

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GOYA G-1

A cheap classical guitar with spruce plywood top. The body was bound with rosette decal, mahogany stained plywood back/sides and nato neck, 12/19-fret ebonized fingerboard, ebonized tied bridge, 3-per-side chrome tuners with white buttons. It came in natural finish only.

When GOYA stopped making the G-1 in 1996 nobody cried

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GOYA G-145

Classical guitar with a cedar top, bound body, inlaied rosette. Rosewood back and sides with a mahogany neck and rosewood fingerboard. Bridge was also rosewood and tuners were gold plated.

The G-145 was discontinued in 1996, along with all other GOYA brand guitars.

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GOYA G-3

A cheap dreadnought style guitar with spruce plywood top. The body was bound with rosette decal, mahogany stained plywood back/sides and nato neck. Pearl dot inlays, 3-per-side chrome diecast tuners iIt came in Natural finish.

Manufacture of the G-3 stopped in 1996.

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GOYA G-4

A cheap dreadnought style guitar with spruce plywood top. The body was bound with rosette decal, rosewood stained plywood back/sides and nato neck. Pearl dot inlays,  3-per-side chrome diecast tuners it came in natural finish.

The G-4 was discontinued by GOYA in 1996,  and the world was a better place.

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Comparing : GOYA G-1, GOYA G-145, GOYA G-3, GOYA G-4
ModelGOYA G-1GOYA G-145GOYA G-3GOYA G-4
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BrandGOYAGOYAGOYAGOYA
Dates1975 to 1996
1975 to 1996
1975 to 1996