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12-string Jumbo size, solid sitka spruce top, solid rosewood back and sides, and a multi-source pickup system.
12-string jumbo size, solid sitka spruce top, solid maple back and sides, and a multi-source pickup system.
You can have your Guild guitar both ways: acoustic or electric.
Dreadnought size, solid Aaa spruce top, solid rosewood back and sides, and a multi-source pickup system.
Orchestra size, solid sitka spruce top, solid mahogany back and sides, and a multi-source pickup system.
A dreadnought that produces strong, balanced sound with superb dynamics.
A jumbo that produces strong, powerful sound with exceptional volume.
Grand orchestra size, solid red spruce top, solid mahogany back and sides, and a multi-source pickup system.
Dreadnought size, solid red spruce top, solid rosewood back and sides, and a multi-source pickup system.
Jumbo size, solid sitka spruce top, solid maple back and sides, and a multi-source pickup system.
Dreadnought size, solid red spruce top, solid mahogany back and sides, and a multi-source pickup system.
An orchestral size that produces strong, focused sound with excellent articulation.
An orchestral size that produces complex sound with excellent warmth and superior articulation.
Guild has been in the business of making high-quality instruments for over 60 years. With the marketing logo “Guild-Made to be played since 1953”, they have been a driving force in new innovation and technology, continuing to expand and improve their guitars. With an impressive selection of acoustic-electric instruments, Guild is a popular choice for musicians who desire the warm, unplugged sound of an acoustic guitar with the volume and stage presence of an electric. Ever since Guild was founded in New York in 1953, Guild has been a respected and well-known guitar supplier. Renowned for creating the first dreadnought acoustic guitar to use a cut-away for a higher fret range, Guild also started a line of successful semi-acoustic guitars in the 1960’s and 70’s as well as the highly successful GAD acoustics in the 1980’s. In 2011, Venetian cutaway acoustic-electric versions of all Standard series models were released, starting a new era of great-looking instruments. With such a variety of instruments, it’s no wonder artists like Christopher Messina of Electric Touch, Bruno Mars, Joe Nichols and Casey Hooper have all used Guilds in their stage acts.
Whether you are picking up a guitar for the first time or have been playing for years, there’s a Guild that’s right for you. If you’re looking for a versatile all-around instrument that looks and sounds smooth on stage, try the Guild GAD Series M-120E Concert Acoustic-Electric guitar. With a solid mahogany frame for a warm, balanced sound and an onboard pickup system for clear, natural amplification, this guitar has presence and attitude to spare. If a dreadnought is more your style, take a look at the Guild GAD Series D-150CE Dreadnought Acoustic-Electric. With a solid spruce top and rosewood body for smooth playability, warm bass and clear mids and highs, this guitar is well suited for either pure acoustic performance or through an amplifier for rock tunes.
An acoustic-electric guitar is an excellent option for musicians who like to play a wide range of music from unplugged to straight-out rock. Guild has been in the business of providing outstanding craftsmanship with unbeatable value in their guitars for many years and continues to be at the forefront of top quality guitar manufacturers to this day.
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