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Guild GAD-40 Acoustic Guitar
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Guild Acoustic Design (GAD) series guitars are designed to be the right tool for the job made from high-quality, all-solid wood that offer exceptiona...Click To Read More About This Product
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Guild Acoustic Design (GAD) series guitars are designed to be the right tool for the job made from high-quality, all-solid wood that offer exceptional value.
The Guild GAD-40 dreadnought acoustic guitar features a solid Sitka spruce top, solid mahogany back and sides, mahogany neck, Indian rosewood fingerboard and bridge, bone nut and saddle, wood binding and pearl position inlays. The GAD-40 Guild guitar also has a dovetail neck joint, ornate mother-of-pearl position inlays, strap button with internal block reinforcement, abalone side dot position inlays, mother-of-pearl headstock logo, ebony bridge pins with mother-of-pearl dots, ebony end pin with mother-of-pearl dot, bone nut and saddle, dark mahogany body bindings, tortoise shell pickguard, back center wood mosaic inlay, and fitted with a high-gloss finish.
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- Body Style: Dreadnought
- Top: Solid Sitka Spruce
- Bracing: Guild Scalloped Spruce
- Back: Solid Mahogany
- Sides: Solid Mahogany
- Bridge: Indian Rosewood Pin Bridge
- Neck: 1-Piece Mahogany
- Fretboard: Indian Rosewood, 16" Radius, (406.4 mm)
- Width at Nut: 1-11/16" (43 mm)
- No. of Frets: 20
- Scale Length: 25-1/2"
- Hardware: Chrome
- Machine Heads: Grover Rotomatic Chrome-Plated Die-Cast Tuners
- Pickups: None
- Controls: None
- Pickup Switching: None
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I bought this guitar without ever having played a Guild Guitar. I had heard from several folks that Guild makes good guitars and I decided that for the price, it was worth the shot... What could I lose? So, I got the guitar and it was an amazing looking guitar and was set up perfectly from the factory. The guitar has a nice, fairly low action on it and was in tune and has yet to go out of tune since buying it. It came with a super nice hard case with D'Addario strings. Overall great guitar and I would definitely recommend to anyone. Any questions, email me.
Bought the GAD40 last year. It had a bad bow at the 13 fret. Some frets unusable. Guild/Fender would not replace it, though they did pay to have it "set up" at a local shop for me. The shop did the best they could with it and some of the upper frets still don't sound just right. It is a good sounding guitar otherwise. I will not buy another Guild/Fender product. To me this guuitar was defective and should have been replaced-I can't spend $700 for this kind of quality.