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Guild Traditional Series D-V6 Acoustic Guitar
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The six-string dreadnought Guild D-V6 is an affordable solid-top guitar that offers exceptional balance and volume for the money. Bone nut and saddle...Click To Read More About This Product
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A no-nonsense, U.S.-made, solid-wood guitar at an affordable price.
The six-string dreadnought Guild D-V6 is an affordable solid-top guitar that offers exceptional balance and volume for the money. Bone nut and saddle, solid spruce top, rosewood back and sides. Features like tortoise bindings, spruce scalloped bracing on the top, rosewood fingerboard and bridge, and a hand-rubbed satin gel varnish finish are rare in this price range.
All-solid woods, a spruce top, and thin gel varnish finish combine to provide pure, rich, resonant sound with tone that's loud and clear. The D-V6 guitar's Vintage construction of the dovetail neck joint provides for a lifetime of enjoyment.
- Body Style: Dreadnaught
- Top: Solid Sitka Spruce
- Bracing: Guild Scalloped Spruce
- Back: Solid Indian Rosewood
- Sides: Solid Indian Rosewood
- Bridge: Indian Rosewood
- Neck: 1-Piece Mahogany
- Fretboard: Indian Rosewood (12" Radius)
- Width at Nut: 1-11/16"
- Frets: 20
- Scale Length: 25-1/2"
- Hardware: Chrome
- Machine Heads: Grover Rotomatic Die-cast Tuners
- Finish: Hand-Rubbed Satin Gel Varnish
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I just got this guitar, it is a great guitar. It has amazing tone, easy to play, and VERRY durable. It is worth ALL OF THE MONEY. it is great for people just starting to play or people that are advance... it is great for any type of music. Over all its just a great guitar. ;)
I looked at what I consider the top guitars in the same price range and style, Martin DSR, Gibson DSR, and of course the Guild D-V6. If you take away the headstocks they appear to be identical, solid spruce top, solid rosewood back and sides. I chose the Guild for its sound, talk about projecting, it reminds me of my Martin HD 28 or my '78 Guild D-35.
I own an 11 year old DV6 that I purchased used as a beginner. I loved the guitar from the moment the sales guy played it for me, and as I proegress I can not imagine ever wanting to relace it. The tone is just outstanding and it is very well built. It plays easily and is all around an excellent guitar at an affordable price. I know there are many more expensive guitars out there, but as far as I am concerned this will be the only guitar I will ever own.