This gorgeous blonde-finished X-175B Manhattan was originally ordered direct from the ol’ Guild factory back when they were located down in beautiful Westerly, RI! It is a large bodied (17” wide by 3 3/8th” deep) arch top jazz box with dual Guild humbucking pickups. It has a spruce top with maple back and sides. You can easily dial in your tone with dual volume and tone knobs as well as a...
Sunburst, spruce top, mahogany back and sides, unbound rosewood fingerboard with dot inlays, 1 11/16" at nut, in excellent condition, crack free, action a tad high but still room to lower the saddle, comes with the original hard case. $1595 Go to www.williesguitars.com for more photos.
A Rare factory Left handed Jetstar II Bass. Dual humbucking pickups, untouched original electronics, matching serial number Guild oval label on the back of the control cover, No cracks breaks or repairs. Some small edge body nicks and some light checking but overall an excellent condition vintage bass. Other than newer Gibson control knobs the bass is all original with a newer hardshell case.
1977 Guild Artist Award
A beautiful instrument, this particular Artist Award plays very well & has a large, open voice. The wide nut width and low profile neck carve makes for wonderful playability. The guitar is very lively when played acoustically, and sounds superb when plugged in. The electrified tone is clear and articulate with lush low end. The 25 1/2" scale really brings out the trebly...
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This Guild G-37 was made in the USA in 1973. It shows HEAVY wear, lots of dings and dents etc... but it is all there and it plays and sounds great and needs no work. It comes with a non original hard case.
During the folk revival of the '60s, Guild was able to successfully shift its focus from archtop electric guitars to flattop acoustic guitars. In many ways, the design and build quality of these Guild flattops were on par with their competitors. Nevertheless, Guilds are much more accessible in today's market than comparable American guitars from the same period. This 1972 D-35 Bluegrass...
UP For Sale! 1965 Guild Starfire 5 Electric Guitar w/OHSC. This guitar is a true workhorse, plays great, with normal wear for an almost 50 year old guitar. NOTE!!!!! This guitar has had a broken Headstock that is repaired so please please please, ask all questions before purchasing..
Here is a 1978 Guild D-50. This thing sounds great. Spruce Top with Rosewood back & Sides. It has been played and played a lot. Cosmetically it shows it's age but the quality of the instrument is in great condition. All the years of playing has really opened up the sound on this instrument. One strum and you can tell it has that wonderful vintage acoustic guitar tone. This comes with a...
This is a fine player's guitar, it has no cracks or breaks, some significant finish wear (pictured) the frets have been partially replaced and all are in good shape, a pickup has been added, plays easily, Guild logo is there, but faded
Electronics: Original w/ minor re-wire
Case: Original Hard Case
Comments: Awesome and harder to find VI with Bigsby! This 1974 has such sweet tone. Resonant body and pickups match each other beautifully. The overtones and overall sonic signature of this guitar really set it apart. Great...
Case: Original Hard Case
Comments: 1965 Starfire V and all original! The Starfire's have been coming out of the woodwork here lately and we have had no issues hand-picking the best examples. This one is in very clean condition for the age. Very good resonance and body has...
Natural finish, thinline semihollow double cutaway electric with two humbucking pickups, Westerly production, very clean, all original including Guild-branded Schaller tuners and hard case. One of the few guitars to really give the ES-335 a run for its money. $2499 Go to www.williesguitars.com for more photos.
This 1974 Guild Starfire II Walnut is in good, all original condition and is a great example of the quality of Guild instruments during that period.
The Starfire II is a fully hollow, 17 inch wide thinline mahogany laminate guitar with floating rosewood bridge, florentine cutaway and the classic Guild harp tailpiece. The lacquer finish is lightly checked and there are just a few dings and...
1973 Guild Bluegrass F-47 in good condition. Not sure why Guild called this a Bluegrass model but it is a cool guitar nonetheless. The solid mahogany body is 16" wide at the lower bout and 5" deep and features a nice Sitka spruce top. The neck is two pieces of mahogany laminated with a center strip of maple with a Brazilian rosewood fingerboard. The scale is 25 1/2" and the nut width is 1...
Rare Natural Finish Aristocrat. Gold hardware, Franz Pickups, Harp Tailpiece, Kluson Tuners, and hollow featherweight construction. A very attractive guitar that comes with its original hardshell case. Previous owner put on a Gibson adjustable bridge on the original floating posts for better intonation. Added jackplate. The guitar was oversprayed and buffed many years ago. There is no orange peel...