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Guild GAD-4N Acoustic-Electric Guitar

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The GAD-4N nylon string classical guitar from Guild has a cutaway, 14-fret neck joint, 1-3/4" nut width, Seymour Duncan Timber-line pickup system, so...Click To Read More About This Product

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You can have your Guild guitar both ways: acoustic or electric.

The GAD-4N nylon string classical guitar from Guild has a cutaway, 14-fret neck joint, 1-3/4" nut width, Seymour Duncan Timber-line pickup system, solid spruce top, solid mahogany back and sides, bone nut, bone compensated saddle, one-piece mahogany neck, all wood binding and purfling, rosewood bridge, ebony fingerboard, and 650 mm scale length.

FEATURES
Model Name: GAD-4N
Model Number: 381-0904
Category: Guild Acoustic Design Nylon string
Body Style: Hauser Classical shape with Cutaway
Top: Solid Solid Sitka Spruce
Bracing: Special Guild Classical Spruce
Back: Solid Mahogany
Sides: Solid Mahogany
Bridge: Indian Rosewood with Compensating Bone Saddle
Neck: One-Piece Mahogany with Rosewood Insert
Fretboard: Ebony (Flat Radius)
Width at Nut: 1-3/4" (52 mm)
No. of Frets: 20
Scale Length: 25.59" (650 mm)
Hardware: Chrome
Machine Heads: Guide Special 3-in-line Tuners with Black Buttons
Finish: High Gloss (Polyurethane)
Pickups: Seymour Duncan Timber-line
Neck Joint: Dovetail
Binding: Wood Body
Purfling: Wood
Rosette: Wood Mosaic
Side Dot Position Inlays: Mother-of-Pearl
Nut: Bone
Saddle: Bone
Headcap: Rosewood
Strap Button: on Upper Bout
Case: Deluxe Hardshell Case
Strings: D'Addario .016 to .054
Introduced: 1/2007

Order now and be plucking tunes in days.

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GuildGAD-4N Acoustic-Electric Guitar
 
3.7

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1.0

they dont even know what their selling

By MadatFender

from Virginia

Comments about Guild GAD-4N Acoustic-Electric Guitar:

I recently ordered this guitar and was very disappointed when it arrived first off the description goes out of its way to highlight the fact that this guitar has a 14 fret neck joint and 20 frets (which was one of the most important features as I was in the market for a "hybrid" classical) however it had a 12 fret neck joint and only 18 frets. it also claims to have a strap button on the upper bout which it does not. I contacted Guild which is Fender now days the did fix the specs on the official sight but they are still wrong here. Secondly when the UPS guy handed me the box I noticed that there was a rattling sound coming from the box. When I opened it I discovered that the guitar had been shipped with 2 AA batteries bouncing around inside the guitar. The guitar had a buzz when you hit the D string and the neck was bowed with high action. Just one of several bad experiences with Fender products lately and I've owned and played strats teles and fender basses and amps for years.

(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

An Excellent Value

By Fenderman51

from Silver Spring, MD

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Comments about Guild GAD-4N Acoustic-Electric Guitar:

The Guild GAD-4N acoustic-electric cutaway guitar is made with all solid woods & has a spruce top and ebony fretboard. A comparable cutaway guitar, construction- and woodwise, is the Taylor NS32ce, which costs about $500 more.The Guild is well-built and very playable. Its neck is slimmer than a stock classical guitar, the action is low, & the intonation is superb.The Guild's tone is sweet and somewhat bassy. I wanted more treble, so I put on a set of Aranjuez Classic Golds (600 set); this helped a lot.All in all, this is a very good guitar for the intermediate guitarist; it is an excellent value for the money.

(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

A very good value

By Fenderman51

from Silver Spring, MD

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Comments about Guild GAD-4N Acoustic-Electric Guitar:

The guitar has all solid woods with a spruce top and ebony fretboard. It is well-built and easy to play wih a slim neck, low action and good intonation. Its tone is somewhat bassey, i.e., more sweet than incisive. A good guitar for the intermediate player, and a very good value for the money.

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