This Goya/c.f. Martin/Greco model is truly one of guitar
manufacturing's "Missing Links". Goya was owned by
c.f. Martin and was manufactured in Japan in the 70's
which explains this guitar's quality, construction and
Greco Guitars was a division of Goya, long before c.f. Martin
had anything to do with them. Goya contracted a Japanese
plant to build these incredible Greco "624" guitars. All this
while Goya was being purchased and strongly
influenced by c.f. Martin in 1970.
These corporate transactions happened the same year that this
Greco "Country & Western" model was born. That's what makes this acoustic model
a very unusual hybrid of Goya, c.f. Martin and Greco.