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Guild Acoustic Guitars user reviews

  • Guild GAD-F40

    Guild GAD-F40 - "Handcrafted Solid Tone Woods superb sounding OM" has images

    01/15/16

    I wanted an OM style guitar to have along with my Santa Cruz Tony Rice Dreadnought . Now these are hand made in China, actually hand made, and use all solid tone woods, Mine has Sitka spruce top and flame maple back and sides, like I said no laminate…

  • Guild D4

    Guild D4 - "as good as any other"

    01/31/12

    The Guild D4 was made in the USA and is not an electric - acoustic so it doesn't have a pick up or any control knobs. To me, its fine that it is just acoustic as I use it for recording only, as it is one of the best sounding guitars on the planet for…

  • Guild F-512

    Guild F-512 - mooseherman's review

    01/25/10

    I haven't had the fortune of playing a lot of Guild instruments, but this guitar really stood out for me. This twelve string changed my opinions on twelve string guitars forever. It has more than 15 frets, but the 15-17 range is about when you can co…

  • Guild F-512

    Guild F-512 - moosers's review

    01/16/10

    The Guild F512 is a top tier acoustic 12 string guitar, and is one of the best of its kind that I have had the pleasure of recording with.<span> </span>The guitar isn’t an acoustic/electric, so it doesn’t have any pick ups or setting controls to work…

  • Guild D55

    Guild D55 - moosers's review

    01/11/10

    The Guild D55 is a dreadnought acoustic guitar, consisting of just acoustic capabilities and no pick ups.  I honestly don't know too much about the make up of the wood in this guitar, but I do know that it has an absolutely beautiful look and feel. …

  • Guild D50

    Guild D50 - moosers's review

    10/01/09

    The Guild D50 is a dreadnought acoustic guitar that has twenty frets and isn't an acoustic/electric, so it doesn't have any pick ups or setting controls.  The neck is made out of mahogany and definitely has a good feel on the fingers.  Overall it has…

  • Guild D25

    Guild D25 - moosers's review

    02/08/09

    The Guild D25 acoustic guitar was made in the USA and has 22 frets. It is strictly an acoustic guitar as has no pick up and therefore has no tone controls. It is made of mahogany and has a great overall feel to it - both in the neck and the body. It …

  • Guild GAD-50

    Guild GAD-50 - swmcv2007's review

    01/29/09

    This is a chinese made acoustic guitar manufactured by Guild. It is your standard dreadnought acoustic with 20 frets and no cutaway. It has a nice and thin neck with very nice string spacing on the fretboard. Mine is in the natural burst and its simp…

  • Guild F212 XL

    Guild F212 XL - "Guild F-212 XL"

    06/28/07

    Stared with a Harmony 12-string, got an EKO Ranger XII E in the Navy. Self-taught, got a Gibson 335 when I got out and have a few others, only sold one, gave one away and demolished one. I'm playing folk-rock, blues, rock n roll and original stuff. …

  • Guild F212 XL

    Guild F212 XL - "Guild F212-XL"

    03/17/06

    Started on a Stewart arch-top when I was 12. Went electric 12-string in a garage band in 1968. Played Bob Dylan in university on an Eko 12-sting. Got my F212-XL new in 1974 for $450 in Toronto. Still got it. It is the best 12 string there is. …