I've searched a bit on this question and couldn't find anything. I recently came into possession of my late sister's first guitar, an old nylon-string Goya. I only wanted it for sentimental reasons, because I believed it to be the first guitar I ever taught myself to play back in the mid 1960's. Now I'm not so convinced it is the same guitar at all. The model is G-120, and the label indicates it was made in Korea, and imported by C.F. Martin & Co., Nazareth PA, 18064. This would appear to put it in the 1970's or later, when they had zip codes, and according to what little I know about Martin's involvement with that imported brand. Perhaps that was another Goya and she found this in a garage sale or something.
It's actually not in bad shape, with no cracks and only a few dings on the very dark amber top. The slotted headstock is squared off, and it doesn't look like any of the ones I've found on the internet in old Goya catalogs. The strings have probably been on it for 20 years. She really didn't play much, and it's probably been leaning against a wall for many years. I understand this was a very inexpensive student model when new.
Can anyone tell me anything further about it? I can post some pictures if it would help.
Thanks very much.