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I'm trying to find out what name brand acoustic guitar I have. There is no sticker in the sound hole. The only sticker is on the lower back of the head that is torn, but it starts with D100.  Ive looked online but its not working out for me. The yamahas ive seen dont have a flat top. I was told it was a Yamaha. I'm not sure. Please any assistance in this egnima would be great! Thank you

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I don’t know but most of the Yamaha’s I’ve seen have nice spruce tops. That’s what they’re known for.  

From the shape of the headstock I would guess it’s a very low quality Chinese knockoff of a Martin.  Washburn makes a D100  

There is a brand called Rotus that makes a D100. This could be an older one of them. 

A better pic of the headstock may help. This may be one of those guitars branded under a dozen different names. 

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On 8/31/2019 at 7:26 PM, Dave F said:

I would guess it’s a very low quality Chinese knockoff of a Martin.

I'm not even a flat-top enthusiast, but I would guess the same.  I'm not sure I've ever seen an instrument of this type with a plywood top.  Sorry about that, Clayton.  I hope you got it cheap.  If you enjoy playing it, then none of this analysis really matters.

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