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GAD-25
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GAD-40C
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D55
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F50R
F-412
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GAD-25
Dreadnought body, solid mahogany top, back and sides, bone nut and saddle, wood bindings, rosewood fingerboard and bridge, pearl logo and pearl dot inlay.

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GAD-30
Orchestra body, solid spruce top, solid mahogany back and sides, rosewood fingerboard and bridge, bone nut and saddle, mahogany neck, wood binding, pearl dot inlay.

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GAD-G212
Dreadnought 12 string, special 12 string bracing, solid spruce top, solid mahogany back and sides, bone nut and saddle, wood bindings, dovetail neck joint, mahogany neck, rosewood fingerboard and bridge.

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GAD-50L
Left Handed Dreadnought body, solid spruce top, solid rosewood back & sides, rosewood fingerboard & bridge, mahogany neck,wood binding, bone nut and saddle, NEW left hand scalloped bracing,special pearl inlay.

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D40 Richie Havens Signature
The D40 is now available in the Richie Havens signature version. This tribute to Richie features his favorite double pickguard setup and his signature on the truss rod cover in addition to the standard features of the D40. The sound of "Freedom" rings out of this guitar! Available in Natural and Black.

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GAD-40C
The Guild® GAD-40C was designed utilizing a body shape that is the most popular acoustic body shape in the world and has been used for over 70 years. To accommodate modern playing styles, we added a Venetian cut-a-way for ease in reaching the higher registers of the guitar. We use solid Mahogany for the back and sides, a solid spruce top that features scalloped bracing, and then joined the one piece mahogany neck with the traditional dovetail neck joint. For other appointments on the GAD-40C we use Indian Rosewood for the fingerboard and bridge. We continued the use of high quality tone woods by featuring ebony for the pearl dot inlayed bridge and strap pins, then added wood bindings, and Grover Rotomatic tuning gears. For the best in tone and intonation, we installed a bone nut and bone compensated saddle. For the finishing touches we inlayed classic pearl fingerboard inlays and then pack the instrument in a wooden arched case. A guitar worthy of representing over 50 years of fine guitar building by Guild® Guitars.

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GAD-50
The Guild® GAD-50 was designed utilizing a body shape that is the most popular acoustic body shape in the world and has been used for over 70 years. We use solid Indian Rosewood for the back and sides, a solid spruce top that features scalloped bracing, and then joined the one piece mahogany neck with the traditional dovetail neck joint. For other appointments on the GAD-50 we use Indian Rosewood for the fingerboard and bridge. We continued the use of high quality tone woods by featuring ebony for the pearl dot inlayed bridge and strap pins, then added wood bindings, and Grover Rotomatic tuning gears. For the best in tone and intonation, we installed a bone nut and bone compensated saddle. For the finishing touches we inlayed classic pearl fingerboard inlays and then pack the instrument in a wooden arched case. A guitar worthy of representing over 50 years of fine guitar building by Guild® Guitars.

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GAD-JF30
The Guild® GAD-JF30 was designed utilizing the jumbo maple body that has been in the Guild® line since 1954. We use solid flamed maple for the back and sides, a solid spruce top that features scalloped bracing, and then joined the one piece mahogany neck with the traditional dovetail neck joint. For other appointments on the GAD-JF-30 we use ebony for the fingerboard and bridge. We continued the use of ebony for the pearl dot inlayed bridge and strap pins, then added wood bindings, and Grover Rotomatic tuning gears. For the best in tone and intonation, we installed a bone nut and bone compensated saddle. For the finishing touches we inlayed classic pearl fingerboard inlays and then pack the instrument in a wooden arched case. A guitar worthy of representing over 50 years of fine guitar building by Guild® Guitars.

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D55
We have been building dreadnought acoustic guitars since 1963, and these instruments are revered for their value, reliability, tone, responsiveness, outstanding projection and sustain. This full-bodied, high-volume body style was developed with an emphasis on string-to-string balance, so that treble, mid and bass registers project evenly. The result is one of the most musically versatile dreadnoughts anywhere.

All of our dreadnoughts are 15-3/4" wide and feature all solid woods. All employ Guild’s time-proven "X" bracing pattern. Our hand-shaped dreadnought necks measure 1-11/16" width at the nut with a 25-5/8" scale length and are equipped with Grover Rotomatic® tuners. In addition, All Guild guitars are accompanied by a deluxe archtop case.

Guild’s flagship model, the D55 was first introduced in 1968 as a special order item only, but the response was so strong that within a few years it was added to the line as a regular production model. The D55 is prized by players worldwide—from John Renbourn to the Barenaked Ladies. This model features a Spruce top, Rosewood back and sides, a three-piece Mahogany neck, Ebony bridge and fretboard with Mother-of-Pearl and Abalone block position inlays, and G-shield logo. Available in Natural and Antique Burst (pictured) finishes.

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F50
Nothing sings out as bold and true as a Guild jumbo acoustic guitar. They are the original Guild flattops, first manufactured in Manhattan in 1954. From the beauty of the Spruce and the elegance of the Rosewood, to the depth of the nitrocellulose finish, we stand proudly behind the quality of our materials. Guild jumbo bodies are 17" wide at the lower bout and 21" long. The necks are 25-5/8" in scale with 20 frets and are 1-11/16" wide at the nut with a 12" fingerboard radius. If you're a player who likes the projection of a real jumbo acoustic, these guitars are for you. All Guild guitars are accompanied by a deluxe archtop case.

Introduced in 1954, the F-50 was the top of the acoustic flat top line and was popularized by exceptional players including Eric Clapton, who graced the cover of the Guild catalog in 1968. The new F-50 adopts many of the features of the best 1960’s instruments, with a 4.8" body depth, a relocated "X" brace pattern, and a new sculpted Rosewood bridge. Other specifications include a AAA Spruce top, arched Curly Maple back and sides, an Ebony fingerboard with traditional Mother-of-Pearl and Abalone block position inlays, a shell pickguard, our G-shield headstock logo, and gold Grover Rotomatic® tuning machines.

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F50R
Nothing sings out as bold and true as a Guild jumbo acoustic guitar. They are the original Guild flattops, first manufactured in Manhattan in 1954. From the beauty of the Spruce and the elegance of the Rosewood, to the depth of the nitrocellulose finish, we stand proudly behind the quality of our materials. Guild jumbo bodies are 17" wide at the lower bout and 21" long. The necks are 25-5/8" in scale with 20 frets and are 1-11/16" wide at the nut with a 12" fingerboard radius. If you're a player who likes the projection of a real jumbo acoustic, these guitars are for you. All Guild guitars are accompanied by a deluxe archtop case.

In ’65, Guild decided to offer the popular F50 in a Rosewood version. Like those classic guitars, the new F50R features solid Rosewood back and sides and has the same vintage specifications as the F50—4.8" body depth, "X" brace pattern, and Rosewood bridge—but the sound is completely different. With a warmer tone than the Maple F50, the F50R has been the choice of players like Bonnie Raitt, Bryan Adams and Dan Hicks.

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F412
The quality and ubiquity of our jumbo 12-strings have garnered Guild a permanent place in guitar history. As historians Tom and Mary Anne Evans once wrote, "the basic virtue of Guild 12-strings is that they are very loud and [have] a clarity and definition of sound not normally associated with 12-string guitars."

One of the keys to achieving that clarity and definition is the solid construction that our craftsmen employ. While the body size and scale length are the same as our 6-string jumbos, our 12-strings are 1-13/16" wide at the nut, feature a double truss rod system and our time-proven jumbo bracing pattern. All Guild guitars are accompanied by a deluxe archtop case.

Designed in the late 1960’s as Guild’s first jumbo 12-strings, the F412 and F512 are some of our most enduring and popular guitars. While both share many of the same features, the F412 has an arched curly Maple back and solid curly Maple sides, while the F512 has solid Rosewood back and sides. Painstakingly true to their vintage roots, these new versions of the F412 and F512 are the essence of what a 12-string guitar should be. These powerful beauties feature the same body dimensions as the originals: they’re 17" wide, 21" long and 4.8" deep, with solid AAA Sitka Spruce tops. The high quality Ebony fingerboards are detailed with Abalone and Mother-of-Pearl block position inlays. Both sport Guild’s famous G-shield headstock inlay and gold Grover Rotomatic® tuning machines.

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F512
The quality and ubiquity of our jumbo 12-strings have garnered Guild a permanent place in guitar history. As historians Tom and Mary Anne Evans once wrote, "the basic virtue of Guild 12-strings is that they are very loud and [have] a clarity and definition of sound not normally associated with 12-string guitars."

One of the keys to achieving that clarity and definition is the solid construction that our craftsmen employ. While the body size and scale length are the same as our 6-string jumbos, our 12-strings are 1-13/16" wide at the nut, feature a double truss rod system and our time-proven jumbo bracing pattern. All Guild guitars are accompanied by a deluxe archtop case.

Designed in the late 1960’s as Guild’s first jumbo 12-strings, the F412 and F512 are some of our most enduring and popular guitars. While both share many of the same features, the F412 has an arched curly Maple back and solid curly Maple sides, while the F512 has solid Rosewood back and sides. Painstakingly true to their vintage roots, these new versions of the F412 and F512 are the essence of what a 12-string guitar should be. These powerful beauties feature the same body dimensions as the originals: they’re 17" wide, 21" long and 4.8" deep, with solid AAA Sitka Spruce tops. The high quality Ebony fingerboards are detailed with Abalone and Mother-of-Pearl block position inlays. Both sport Guild’s famous G-shield headstock inlay and gold Grover Rotomatic® tuning machines.

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