1974 Guild F30 – £1199

Sep 30, 2021 | Others

1974 Guild F30 – £1199

SOLD  The Guild F30 is a bigger bodied version of the better known F20. Tonally it has a rich sound, the Mahogany back and sides give warmth, while the Spruce top adds a bright punch to the attack. The guitar is very resonant with a surprisingly full sound when strummed, and great sustain and single note clarity when fingerpicked. The guitar is in all original condition, with no cracks or repairs – just light playwear, a few nicks and dings, and some buckle wear on the back. The guitar has an active under saddle pickup fitted, and comes in a non original hard case. 

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