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Guild S60

Other Shape Guitar from Guild .

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Guild S60Published on 12/08/09 at 05:51
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
GUILD S60 (USA of course!), 1973!
24 frets - set neck
Micro Seymour Duncan home

UTILIZATION

The neck is wonderful, she is super light (like a GS in the genre).
Access to the tweeter is made easy thanks to the design of the guitar 24 frets and it's terrible! `

At the sound is where we cry ... monstrous and sustain optimal gaming facility.
You plug it sounds!

SOUNDS

The interesting with the S60 is that it is actually quite versatile.
We are not talking to the Jazz in all but clear that, with a crunch or distortion of Baron it sends heavy.

Tested on a lot of vintage Marshall amps and orange is HUGE!

OVERALL OPINION

Bon ben you'll understand it's a gem!
Super......
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GUILD S60 (USA of course!), 1973!
24 frets - set neck
Micro Seymour Duncan home

UTILIZATION

The neck is wonderful, she is super light (like a GS in the genre).
Access to the tweeter is made easy thanks to the design of the guitar 24 frets and it's terrible! `

At the sound is where we cry ... monstrous and sustain optimal gaming facility.
You plug it sounds!

SOUNDS

The interesting with the S60 is that it is actually quite versatile.
We are not talking to the Jazz in all but clear that, with a crunch or distortion of Baron it sends heavy.

Tested on a lot of vintage Marshall amps and orange is HUGE!

OVERALL OPINION

Bon ben you'll understand it's a gem!
Super violin, big sound and the look of Baron ... I am a fan.
We not cross all 4 mornings especially in Europe
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Guild S60Published on 05/13/10 at 15:09
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Guild s-60 Made in USA in 1978. She does factory 76 81.

Guild humbucker type-2 origin (and not seymour duncan), volume tone.

Mahogany body and neck 1 "3 / 5, rosewood fingerboard.

Thin neck and round, 24 "/ 4, 24 frets, dot inlays and frets super low.

Guild roller bridge type-10.

UTILIZATION

The neck is super enjoyable. It has a `round profile and end (Strait) whom I had to get used (large hands + classical guitar).
Looking back over the handle of my firebird I had the feeling back a classical guitar ...

The frets are super low. Fingers sail like butter ...

Accs nice to treble the 24th box but hey it's not my thing.

To find her, that there ben mics ... and it is good......
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Guild s-60 Made in USA in 1978. She does factory 76 81.

Guild humbucker type-2 origin (and not seymour duncan), volume tone.

Mahogany body and neck 1 "3 / 5, rosewood fingerboard.

Thin neck and round, 24 "/ 4, 24 frets, dot inlays and frets super low.

Guild roller bridge type-10.

UTILIZATION

The neck is super enjoyable. It has a `round profile and end (Strait) whom I had to get used (large hands + classical guitar).
Looking back over the handle of my firebird I had the feeling back a classical guitar ...

The frets are super low. Fingers sail like butter ...

Accs nice to treble the 24th box but hey it's not my thing.

To find her, that there ben mics ... and it is good ...

SOUNDS

When empty it sounds very good dj, body reasonably well, very good sustain.

Branch is very rock n roll. The output level is not excessive.
In an orange with a bit of gain it gives a very good crunch. Darker than mini humbucker in the firebird, a bit darker than the humbucker a flying v faded.

It sounds pretty fat to LATEST REFERENCES.
With a fuzz and grants in C or D is a marvel.

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for several months. Very difficult to obtain in Europe (the one I have is that of Previous Notice). The MODEL I t has returned to original order by me and after a rglage correct with a good luthier is a pure be regulated.

"She is beautiful: if it looks good, it sounds good!
-Lgre (heavier than a Danelectro 59, + - 620 or as a Rickenbaker sg. Bouger playing is not a problem with.
-A sound with a nice rock grain.

nb: there is a version 3 / 4, version 60-d with 2 single DiMarzio, and may be even more.

Sources: Ted Beesley, "Guitar History n5: Guild Guitars, 1995
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  • Manufacturer: Guild
  • Model: S60
  • Category: Other Shape Guitars
  • Added in our database on: 12/08/2009

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Other names: s60, s 60

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