Really clean Guild S-50 from 1975. All original, plays great, sounds great. Body is in really good shape, a few dings/scratches but over all very clean. Neck is nice and straight, frets are in good shape, action is low, a little bit of wear to the back of the neck (see pics). Pickup, pots and tuners are all original. A super cool piece that wont break the bank!
Vintage original 1975 Guild M-75 Bluesbird in Black. Plays and sounds fantastic. All original with the exception of the pickups which are regular humbuckers. They sound great. Guitar sounds and plays fantastic. With original Guild hard case, too.
When a guitar has "XL" in it's name you know it's a big boy. With a 17" belly, Guild's F212 XL is as Jumbo as they come. The enhanced bottom end you get with a jumbo is great for balancing out the extra treble strings, delivering the best-est most lush sound you can coax out of a twelve stringer. This vintage piece has all the hallmarks of a guitar that is hard to put down with plenty of wear in...
1978 Guild F50 NT Guitar
Jumbo Maple body with an arched back under a translucent brown finish
Solid spruce top
Made in Westery, RI in the USA, during the "great years" for this model.
Gold Guild tuning machines
Ebony fretboard with MOP rectangular inlays with V
White headstock, fretboard & body bindings
MOP "G" headstock inlay with builder logo
Top of the Starfire series. All the advantages of acoustic resonance, plus the intimacy of a very thin body. Double cutaway with arched back and top. 3-piece maple neck with ebony fingerboard. Mother of pearl block inlays. Gold plated hardware. Grover rotomatic machines. Gold plated tailpiece. Two gold plated Guild humbucking pickups.Natural Blonde finish. OHC
Top of the Starfire series. All the advantages of acoustic resonance, plus the intimacy of a very thin body. Double cutaway with arched back and top. 3-piece maple neck with ebony fingerboard. Mother of pearl block inlays. Gold plated hardware. Grover rotomatic machines. Gold plated Guild-Bigsby tailpiece. Two gold plated Guild humbucking pickups. Sunburst finish. OHC
Flame maple back & sides, solid cedar top with oval soundhole, rosewood fingerboard & bridge, 5-piece maple neck. Pearl block inlays, G-shield headstock with custom inlay. Custom rosewood pickguard with De Armond 1100 floating pickup. OHC
This '73 Guild Starfire is one bass that impresses from the word "go." The curves on this double-cutaway, semi-hollowbody are as iconic as they come, but it's the sunburst that really kills us. Normally you'd only see one on maple body, but when sprayed over mahogany like this, it's just jaw dropping. It doesn't disappoint at all when you pick it up either. At a mere 8.1 lbs it's surprisingly...
Another amazing vintage Guild just showed up! Whether you believe in �mojo� or not, this S-100 is just dripping with it. Some guitars just feel like they have stories to tell and they inspire you to pick up and play them. As you'd expect from a guitar that has this much wear, the frets are pretty low but thankfully the neck is nice and straight so you can still set the action fairly low.This is...
1970's Guild G-41 acoustic guitar. Very rare model in excellent condition. Plays and sounds great. The guitar also includes a hard shell case.
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Vintage 1977 Guild S-300 is a total vibe machine. The neck has a nice slim taper that is easy to get your hands around. Plays like butter with the ebony fingerboard. Original DiMarzio pickups are strong, thick and present. Has a small repair in the back of the neck, it was professionally repaired and plays great regardless. Comes with original soft shell case too.
This Guild S-100 was made in the USA in 1974. It shows some light play wear, but no structural damage, and overall is in nice shape. It plays and sounds extremely good. It is all original and comes with the original case.
1978 Guild S-300D in good condition. Has 4 small extra holes from the pickguard. Missing truss rod cover. Added Bigsby vibrato arm. Besides that, this is good to go. Mahogany body. Ebony fingerboard. Original 2 dimarzio humbuckers. Set neck design. Changed Schaller tuners. Phase switch. 3 way tone selector. 2 volume, 2 tone knobs. Set up nice and low with great action, Comes with a non original...
Semi hollow body Guild guitar is in overall good condition. Missing the pickguard, non original knobs & tailpiece (changed to stop tailpiece.) Set up well, plays fine, even though it shows age and wear, it is a nice one!
Includes original case.
Sunburst, spruce top, mahogany back and sides, unbound rosewood fingerboard sans inlays, 1 13/16" at nut, quite a bit of playing wear, nice low action, hard to find model, has the ultimate 12 string tone that you can only get from a vintage Guild. This is a very nice Hoboken era Guild indeed. Comes with a non original hard case. $2750 Go to www.williesguitars.com for more photos.
This is a vintage 1972 Guild Starfire IV semi-hollow body electric in a rare, natural blonde finish. This guitar is in really amazing shape and sounds unbelievably good. Taking cues from the 335, this Starfire IV is a double cutaway, semi-hollow body armed with Grover tuners, and a pair of killer Guild HB-1 humbuckers with volume and tone controls for each pickup, as well as a master volume...
An awesome playing and resonant early Starfire VI. Top of the line model with Super Flamed maple body and neck highlighted by a Blonde finish, Gold Hardware, Abalone and pearl block inlays, Tremolo, and factory Grover tuners. Relic type play wear with some typical finish checking. After playing this guitar you realize why it was played so much. It is simply that great and hard to put down. A...
Sunburst Finish, 17" inch wide body, Spruce Top, Harp tailpiece, and original Kolb tuners. A great sounding resonant guitar that represents a lot of archtop guitar for the money. The guitar displays honest play wear with nicks & dings. The binding is intact and has not deteriorated as usual for a 1950s/early 60s Guild. It appears that the guitar may have had a different neck pickup at one time...
Stunning 1976 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. Possible old neck set, as there was a little finish roughness near the joint, and the heel cap was missing. Finish buffed back out...
1970 Guild SF-6SB #DB-343
Double cutaway hollow body, archtop sunburst finish. Deluxe 3-piece neck with ebony fingerboard. Mother of pearl position markers with
abalone inlays. All hardware gold plated with Guild Bigby vibrato. All the advantages of acoustic resonance, plus the intimacy of a very thin body. OHC
Up for sale, a 1957 Guild X-50 in exceptional, 99.9% original condition and in perfect working order. With Guild starting production of archtops in April of 1953, this is an early example built right when Guild was transitioning from their New York factory to their famous Hoboken location. Manufactured in New York at 536 Pearl St, the pre-Hoboken Guilds are the most rare in terms of the era and...
A Near Mint Early 1965 Guild Duane Eddy D-500
Complete With the Original Hang Tag
1965 Guild Duane-Eddy-500 SB
This near mint, early 1965 Duane Eddy 500 Rock'n'Roll Guitar weighs just 7.00 lbs. Seventeen inch-wide, 1 7/8 inch thick, semi-hollow body with a close-grain spruce top, highly-flamed maple back, and curly maple sides. Three-piece maple/walnut/maple neck with a nice, fat nut width of...