Guild M-75 Aristocrat
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Guild M-75 Aristocrat

M-75 Aristocrat, LP-Shaped Guitar from Guild in the Newark St. Collection series.

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[NAMM] Guild introduces 3 new GSR Series guitars

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The GSR series guitars debuted at NAMM 2014 are limited-edition versions of some of Guild guitars’ most sought after models.

The GSR M-75 Aristocrat has a Aristocrat-style hollow body with single cutaway and an arched laminated spruce top with parallel tone bar bracing, mahogany back and sides and stately black-and-white binding. The 24.75" scale bound three-piece mahogany-maple-mahogany neck has a 9.5”-radius rosewood fingerboard with 22 medium jumbo frets and handsome pearl block inlays. It sports two Guild "Anti-Hum" Dual-Coil pickups, a 3-way toggle switch, two Volume and two Tone controls, plus Guild Adjusto-Matic with rosewood base bridge, and Gold Die-Cast tuners with Ivory Buttons.

The GSR M-75 Aristocrat carries a price tag of $4,799.99, deluxe hardshell case included.

For is part, the GSR X-500D Stuart LTD has a single-cutaway hollow body with arched laminated spruce top, parallel tone bar bracing and F holes, flame maple back and sides and stately black-and-white binding and purfling. The 5-piece maple mahogany neck has a 9.5”-radius ebony fingerboard with 20 medium jumbo frets, black-and-white binding, special fingerboard purfling and pearl “V” block inlays.

And the GSR X-150D Savoy offers a Guild Bigsby tailpiece, dual Guild humbucking pickups with 3-way upper-bout toggle switching. It features a single-cutaway hollow body with arched laminated spruce top, parallel tone bar bracing and F holes, flame maple back and sides and stately black-and-white binding. The bound 3-piece mahogany-maple-mahogany neck has a 9.5”-radius rosewood fingerboard with 20 medium jumbo frets and handsome pearl block inlays.

No further details nor prices for the GSR X-500D Stuart LTD and GSR X-150D Savoy have been disclosed.

For more info about the whole GSR series go to www.guildguitars.com.

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