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Guild D40 Bluegrass Jubilee Dreadnought Acoustic Guitar With Case
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Guild's D-40 Bluegrass Jubilee guitar is for players who want the great early 1960s Guild in a larger, dreadnought-body instrument, and for finger-st...Click To Read More About This Product
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When it's your turn to do the pickin', this guitar won't let you down.
Guild's D-40 Bluegrass Jubilee guitar is for players who want the great early 1960s Guild in a larger, dreadnought-body instrument, and for finger-style and flat-pick players who need an instrument with great note articulation.
We're talkin' vintage D-40 specs, solid red spruce top and scalloped bracing, mahogany back and sides, tortoise bindings, one-piece 20-fret mahogany neck, Indian rosewood fingerboard and bridge, pearl dot inlays, Grover Rotomatic tuning machines and bone nut and saddle.
- Body style: dreadnought
- Top: solid red spruce
- Bracing: Guild scalloped red spruce
- Back: solid mahogany back
- Sides: solid mahogany sides
- Bridge: Indian rosewood
- Neck: 1-piece mahogany
- Fretboard: Indian rosewood (12" radius)
- Width at nut: 1-11/16"
- No. Of frets: 20
- Scale length: 25.5"
- Hardware: chrome
- Machine heads: Grover Rotomatic chrome plated die-cast tuners
- Finish: high gloss (nitro-cellulose lacquer)
- Unique features: dovetail neck joint, red spruce scalloped braced top, pearl dot position inlays, bone bridge pins, bone nut and saddle, tortoise shell bindings, classic guild rosette, tortoise shell pickguard
- Case: includes C4520 deluxe hardshell case
- Strings: Guild L350 phosphor bronze, gauges .012, .016, .025, .032, .042, .053
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Comments about Guild D40 Bluegrass Jubilee Dreadnought Acoustic Guitar With Case:
The Guild D40 Bluegrass Jubilee is the best guitar I have ever owned or played; from Martins to Gibsons, from Yamahas to Washburns, from Takamines to MacPhersons. It plays and sounds like instruments at twice or three-times the price.The workmanship is excellent, regardless. It is a sparse guitar, to the point of elegance. No wild inlays or multiple purflings distract from the quality woods and mother-of-pearl necessities.And the sound...It will make you sound better than you are, no matter how good you are. The harder you play it, the better it sounds, too. The Guild motto: "Made to be Played" is not just words.Overall, this guitar is the best value for the money for the serious amateur and up. If you love to play, you will love this guitar.