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Guild Starfire I-12

Twelve-string electrics were ubiquitous in the swinging ’60s, popularized by bands like The Byrds, Beatles, Searchers, Turtles, Beau Brummels, and many others. Though they...

Guild Surfliner

The Surfliner is Guild’s first new solidbody to come along in decades. A thoroughly modern design with classic features, there’s no mistaking the influence...

Guild A-20 Marley

When it comes to famous Bobs in rock, Dylan is first to mind. But just behind him is another songwriting behemoth – Marley. As...

Guild’s B-240EF

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

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

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

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

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

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

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...
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