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Guild’s B-240EF

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It would be easy to look at the price of Guild’s B-240EF and assume it’s just another low-end acoustic/electric bass – except that it...

Guild’s New So-Cal Influenced Electric Combines Classic Styling with Modern Features

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Oxnard, CA – Known for its long-standing reputation of iconic electric, acoustic, and bass guitars, Guild launches its newest solid body electric, bringing the...

Guild’s Starfire I DC GVT

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Guild’s Newark Street guitars are a line of lower-priced instruments anchored by a reissue of the classic Starfire; the most distinctive is the I...

Guild Aristocrat HH

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Since its arrival in 1954, the chambered Guild Aristocrat and it's later solid cousin, the Bluesbird, have offered an alternative to the single-cutaway Les...

The Guild Factory 2007

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In the 1960s, Guild was the guitar of choice amongst East Coast jazz players. By the late ’60s and early ’70s, the brand was...

Guild S-200 Thunderbird

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Back in 1958, when Gibson introduced its revolutionary Explorer, Flying V, and mysterious Moderne, the public – rather like Queen Victoria – was not...

1988 Guild Liberator Elite

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Every once in awhile you find a guitar that’s almost too beautiful to play. It’s just enough to sit there and admire it, not...

Guild Jetstar

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In 1964, Guild launched its original Jetstar as the company’s budget-friendly solidbody. With a more-conventional shape than the S-200 Thunderbird introduced shortly before, the...

John Oates’ Prized Guild F-30

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Most people know Hall & Oates as a pop-music hit machine that has sold millions of records. What you may not know is that...

Guild Bluesbird

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The Guild Bluesbird has a long history that began in the 1950s with Guild’s answer to the Gibson Les Paul –the M-75 Aristocrat, later...