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1954 Guild® M-75 Aristocrat

This Guild Aristocrat was made in the USA in 1954. It has been modified over the years with Duncan pickups, a bigsby trem, grover tuners, and a Gibson style bridge. It shows significant play wear but it still plays very well and it sounds really good. The finish on the body appears to be original but the neck has been refinished. It is pro-setup and need nothing. It comes with a non original...
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2014 Guild® Guitars New! Guild® M-75 ARISTOCRAT GOLD Electric Guitar with Case!

$1,599.99 List Price Chambered body. The limited edition M-75G features a luxurious gold metallic top with lightly stained mahogany back, sides and neck offset with nickel hardware. Based upon Guild’s compact and lightweight M-75 Aristocrat model, the M-75G expertly evokes its predecessor of the early 1950s, with a gracefully sculpted single-cutaway hollow body specifically designed to produce...
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1955 Kay Pro K 172-S

Retrofret Stock # 7093. Kay Pro K 172-S Model Hollow Body Electric Guitar, c. 1955, made in Chicago, sunburst lacquer finish, laminated maple body, maple neck with rosewood fingerboard, original brown hard shell case. Kay's answer to the Les Paul, the K-172 Pro offered "Artistry in Rhythm" according to the '54 catalog, and who are we to argue. Like many of the 1950's smaller-body electrics...
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~2001 DeArmond™ M75-T

A nice reissue of the Guild Bluesbird / Aristorcrat style . This one in very clean and original -- Solid body -champagne sparkle The DeArmond/Guild M-75T was made in Korea before Fender bought the name. This instrument features Set-neck construction with a mahogany neck and body, and a rosewood fingerboard. It has a Bigsby style tremolo stamped ‘DeArmond’ and has a large embossed ‘D’ that...
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