Good luck and thank you for looking at our auctions. And there is some pick wear on the lower part of the top where the pickguard is. I believe they were making 3 models of classical guitars then, C-10, C-60 and C-600. I'm 35 now, i started playing it trying to when i was nine or ten years old. The arched back may very well be laminated. I've still got it; it's unmarked, and still plays beautifully.
I will try and clean up the case before it is shipped. Please refer to the notes preceding each chart on how to best interpret the data. The company continued to expand, and was sold to the Avnet Corporation, which moved production to , in 1966. Anyone have info or a website that can verify this? Case looks to be the original hardshell with no issues. Jim ,the info on the time frame of fender taking on Guild is very helpful. Much of the initial workforce consisted of former Epiphone workers who lost their jobs following their 1951 strike and the subsequent relocation of the company from Queens to Philadelphia. I got it from the original owner but he could't recall exactly what year he bought it.
As I said, I bought it an estate auction a long time ago. All our items we sell have a 14 day return policy. It's not the original case for. No case, but I'll try to find one for shipping. Original hard shell case, also in great shape. More than two were pricie- and sounded good, but didn't have the sound, or action. The following chart details the year, the guitar model, and the last serial number produced for each model in each given year.
But you sure know when it broke! Anyway, I just saw on eBay there are sets of tuners for for the Maderia 12. Action is higher than most like. I've sold many fine guitars so check my feedback. I always get a good sound when I record with this and it never ceases to amaze me how good this really sounds. The neck looks straight, the truss rod feels fine. I've been going bat-shit over the years searching for info! Guitar has the expected grover tuners.
Eaglesmith and former members of his band. Nonetheless, the charts below contain the best information we have on the approximate last serial numbers produced each year before 1960. Now for the good news: It is a Guild Dreadnaught with a nice low action on the neck. Says: The easiest way to tell is to go outside, hold the guitar to the light so you can clearly make out the writing…. The rare S-200 Thunderbird solid body electric was used by and 's.
Features Guild's trademark arched back. Although it looks like cedar in any photo of this model I've ever seen, this is a solid spruce top. All international shipping quotes are only an estimate. It is rare to find this guitar with the original hard shell case but I do have that as well! After several changes in management and ownership, Guild was eventually purchased by the in 1995. I sold it several years ago, and came across the buyer recently, who reported that the binding was coming loose for him! We have over 1000 positive feedback and have been shipping Ebay for over 15 years. Is this something I can attempt to fix myself I have basic skills , or should I turn it over to my luthier? The first and fourth of these numbers in reverse refer to the year of production. The fretboard is in very good shape: a few light scratches, but nothing serious.
Nothing wrong with the cheapos. Cosmetic Condition This D4 shows obvious signs of wear. We offer a 14 day return guarantee. The Guild print is there: velvety bass, midrange well marked, and crystalline highs to perfection associated with a very good substain. However the Guild serial number dater shows no record of that guitar being produced that year. It features a solid spruce top.
Each are numbered on the back of the headstock with the number in the given series, i. The bridge is stable, the neck straight, the joint to the body is good. Has anyone encountered one of these - its a D4 with a pickup? For reasons I cannot remember, I sold it and have regretted it ever since. Put your feet up and stay awhile! I dont think I can find a better american made classic for 200 bucks! Here's a picture: From the look of it, I thought the top was Cedar, although I was never sure. Not abused or beat up in any way.
The guitar still had the original hang tags attached to the head stock when I bought it! Condition: This guitar is in good shape! I chose the Guild for two reasons. I love the sound of this guitar as it has a full body sound with a full mid sound and transparent high end. Thin end cap which looks like glue dried and piece fell off. The New Hartford Guild facility began production in early 2009, starting with the top-end D-55 and F-50 models. I have a Madeira C600 classical guitar. The bass does not over power the treble. The neck and headstock are in great shape, just a few light scratches but nothing you'd expect beyond normal use.
Some international destinations are far more expensive than others: Aust Guild True American series dreadnaught guitar in excellent condition. One detail: the back of the body is curved for more sound projection, I think it's the most beautiful effect. There are some light scratches throughout from normal use. Frets in good shape, straight neck. Guild made many unrecorded variations of their Guitars. Then this guitar is a very good one.