A couple updates: 1) It's a 1972... many thanks to a helpful guitar fan out there! 2) I had wondered a bit about whether the neck had ever been re-set (the guitar came without the heel cap and there was a little finish roughness near the joint), but the consensus now is "nope, original neck set." Stunning 1972 Guild G-37 dreadnought in natural finish. Solid spruce top and maple sides and back. No cracks or issues. Bridge was partially off (went back on perfectly) and there are a couple minor nicks around its base. Too small to show effectively in the pics. Plenty of scratches, dings, etc, but none serious. Not quite as clean as it looks in the pics, though. Top is flat, neck set is tight, and fretboard is flat. High E 12th fret action is 3/32. Awesome tone. Guild flat tops are superb instruments in every way, and their forte may be the maple body in natural. This is a good one, and under a grand. Non-original high-quality hardshell case.
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