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Check back soon, we have a rare Guild USA D-30, made in the legendary Westerly RI plant, on the way.
Dreadnought acoustic, Blonde(Natural) nitrocellulose laquer finish over solid AAA Spruce top & solid Indian Rosewood back & sides. Was Guild's top of the line in the DV series with an abalone sound hole rosette, scalloped forward shifted bracing, ebony fretboard with pearl dots, ebony bridge, Mahogany neck, headstock with pearloid inlaid “Guild” logo and Guild “Chesterfield”, & gold Grover tuners.
Made in Guild's legendary Westerly Rhode Island factory in 1998. The least expensive new Guild USA dreadnought with scalloped bracing is the D-40 Traditional(and it's Mahogany not Rosewood) lists for $3,000, so these vintage Westerly, Rhode Island guitars are really bargains. Very nice condition with original deluxe Guild hardshell case.
Designed primarily for live stage use, with no sound holes to help eliminate feedback problems. Features include abalone purfling on the top, "AY" logo gold die-cast tuners, ebony fingerboard, pearl dot inlays, pearl snowflake inlay on the 12th fret, ebony bridge with white abalone dot pins, electronics are factory Alvarez PR-400 N3 Ducer system (3-band EQ & volume with individual transducers for each string), same system as the GY-1 model co-designed by Jerry Garcia.
This model has been used by a diverse list of musicians including Paul McCartney,Thom Yorke of Radiohead,& Dave Mason. Though focused as a performing guitar, it still sounds nice unplugged - would work well for song writing & recording. Overall very good vintage condition with some scratches. Low, comfortable action. With original hardshell case.