I was in a thrift store the other day and came across an interesting dreadnought, the first thing I noticed was a Martin style headstock with no name or logo. One tuner has been replaced. A look in the soundhole showed Cimar No. 750 Made in Japan. Unusual bridge design with large screws at either end of the saddle, bridge is also coming off. When I flipped it over the wood on the back caught my attention, nice looking matched wood. So I gave the store the $20 they wanted for it and brought it home. A little further research indicates that Cimar was an Ibanez sister brand from 1976-1982. Looking through the catalogs on Ibanez's website, the only year I see with that bridge design was 1976, I couldn't find No. 750 in any of the Cimar catalogs, but a No. 400 from 1976 looked almost exactly like it. In the Ibanez brand catalog there was a 750 that was close, but the wood looked different. The Cimar 400 was rosewood, the Ibanez 750 jacaranda IIRC. Anyone know anything more about this particular model, or able to identify the wood type? Until I can re-glue the bridge I won't be able to play it, but may I have found something worthwhile?