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Dreadnought size, solid Aaa spruce top, solid rosewood back and sides, and a multi-source pickup system.
Rich, balanced sound, outstanding playability, and elegant cosmetic appointments.
12-string Jumbo size, solid sitka spruce top, solid rosewood back and sides, and a multi-source pickup system.
Grand orchestra size, solid red spruce top, solid maple back and sides, and a multi-source pickup system.
A dynamic range of tones, from warm and intimate to punchy and aggressive.
Bell-like clarity characteristic of its North American figured maple body.
12-string jumbo size, solid sitka spruce top, and solid mahogany back and sides.
Full and balanced sound that makes this the quintessential Guild acoustic guitar.
The road to becoming a great luthier isn't an easy one, but that's the road that Guild chose to follow. Ever since their debut in 1953, Guild 6-string acoustic guitars have been raising the bar on craftsmanship, build quality and tone. They describe their instruments as "made to be played," and that really does say it all. It's a simple statement that wraps up everything Guild guitars stand for: rich sound, long-lasting durability, playability and sharp looks that stand out on any stage. If you've never heard a Guild acoustic before, then you're in for a treat when you play your own for the first time.
One thing that you'll probably notice while browsing this section is the popularity of vintage-inspired models like the Guild D-55 Dreadnought Acoustic Guitar in Antique Burst. One of Guild's most legendary instruments, this model dates back to 1968 and it ranks with the most versatile dreadnoughts ever built. That's a running theme with Guild - the late '60s and 1970s were their golden age, and they've carried on building their best instruments from those decades. After all, why mess with perfection? If you want to experience first-hand the guitars that made Guild famous, these classic instruments are the way to go.
On the other hand, if you're interested in a more modern overall design, you'll want to check out the newer GAD series guitars. They're still inspired by Guild's traditional instruments, but they bring modern touches and affordability that make them perfect for guitarists of any skill level. They come in all kinds of sizes and styles, too, from the GAD Series D-125 Dreadnought Acoustic Guitar to the F-130CE Orchestra Acoustic-Electric Guitar.
Even if you were only to buy one guitar for the rest of your life, you'd be making the right choice with a Guild. Given your choice of generation, guitar style and the option of acoustic-electric models to put amplification on the table, there's something here for everybody. Whether you're a beginner or a veteran strummer, Guild 6-string acoustic guitars are ready to take your sound to the next level.
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