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The Guilt GAD M-120 and D-125-12 acoustic guitars are easily playable, with smaller bodies and solid mahogany construction to produce warm, balanced sounds with excellent projection.
They would be a good fit for beginning musicians, players with smaller hands, and guitarists who perform a wide range of music.
The Guild Guitar line was founded as a quality alternative to the Gibson-Epiphone merger.
Alfred Dronge, a professional guitarist and music store owner, and George Mann, a one-time Epiphone exec, formed a partnership and registered the Guild name in October of 1952.
I was wondering if any Guild owners have tried to date and verify their model guitar.
Does anyone else have a f25ce-nt The model in the books don't exactly match mine.
Being one of the best luthiers in the business is something that's easier said than done.
Guild has definitely pulled it off, though, delivering world-class acoustic guitars ever since they were founded in 1953.
According to their own tagline, Guild acoustic guitars are "made to be played" - and when you hear one of these instruments in action, you'll know from the first note that they mean it.
Every instrument has its golden ages, and for acoustic guitars, one of those came from Guild's offerings during the 1970s.
When deciding which Guild is best for you, take some time to understand the different features each offers to make the best decision.