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Guild® Guitars NEW! Guild® X-175 Artchtop Guitar

A strikingly beautiful and musically exceptional guitar, the X-175 Manhattan™ is an outstanding example of professional Guild tone, responsiveness and versatility. With its gracefully sculpted and richly resonant hollow body, rock-solid three-piece neck and electrifying dual single-coil pickups, it evokes the enchanting Guild Manhattan model of the 1950s and ’60s, marking the welcome return of a...
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Guild® Guitars NEW! Guild® X-175 B Artchtop Guitar.

An extraordinary instrument for the swinging soloist and technician, Guild's X-175B Manhattan™ is a masterpiece of the guitar maker's art. It presents the same exceptional appointments as its brother, the X-175 Manhattan™, including a gracefully sculpted hollow body, rock-solid three-piece neck and electrifying dual single-coil pickups, but also features the addition of a Guild Bigsby® vibrato...
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1974 Guild® X175 #96332

Great condition, great 70's Guild pickups - great looker and a great player.
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1976 Guild® X-175

17 inch wide body, Sunburst Finish, Spruce top, Maple back and sides, Dual pickups, Harp tailpiece and Chrome hardware. A nice clean example that comes with both original Hang Tags. No cracks or repairs with f-hole label intact. An all original guitar displaying just minor play wear. Included is the clean original hardshell case with replaced handle. For more pictures at www.nationwideguitars.com
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2014 Guild® X-175 Newark St.

New Guild X-175 Newark St. with ohsc List $1449.00 MAP $999.00 Our Price $949.00
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1961 Guild® X-175

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...
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1992 Guild® X-170 Manhattan

Serial # HL100706. The Guild Manhattan is a truly versatile hollowbody – as at home covering Jazz standards as rocking a 12 bar Chicago style or a country tune in G. The guitar is fully hollow with a body depth of 2.5” and features a feedback-fighting top reinforcement under the bridge. It measures just over 16.5” wide at the lower bout, and features a 24.75” scale, 1-11/16” nut, and a nicely...
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~2002 Guild® X-150D

Early 2000's Guild X-150 D plays and sounds fantastic. A clean example with the original hard shell case. Plays great all the way up and down and has a fantastic tone that is warm, woody and clear. An excellent choice for Jazz, Blues or Rockabilly.
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2000 Guild® X-150D

2000 Guild X-150D Natural Original Finish Original Parts With No Modifications Very Good Condition with Light Playwear (See Photos) Neck Binding Has Some Imperfections (See Photos) Professionally Set-Up In Our Shop Great Player with Low Action and No Issues "C" Shape Neck Profile Frets Have Some Wear But No Buzzing Or Issues Comes with the Original Hard Case and Manual SEE ALL PHOTOS...
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1990 Guild® X-170SB *Manhattan*

1990 Guild Manhattan X-170SB # HL100588 Hollow body, single cutaway archtop amber finish. Curly maple top, sides and back. Maple neck, rosewood fingerboard with block markers. Two gold plated humbucking pick-ups, gold hard- ware with engraved harp tailpiece. A most venerable and even somewhat hard to find example of the Guild middle-depth body electric archtops. This exceptional jazz instrument...
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Guild® DeArmond™ X 155

DEARMOND X-155 Archtop Electric Guitar Made in Korea 2000's model, nice sunburst finish. Straight neck, frets are Very good! 17" x 3" SET UP WITH LOW ACTION AMERICAN MADE DEARMOND PICKUPS weight aprox 7 Lbs Great value for the money In excellent condition Comes with new Hardshell case.
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1955 Guild® X-550B

This is the rarest & coolest top of the line Archtop from Guild’s very earliest production, made famous when being played by Dave Gonzalez of the Paladin’s as his guitar of choice, beautiful all Blonde finish over a very figured maple back & sides, pearl blocks w/triangle abalone inserts in its ebony bound fingerboard, 5 piece laminated neck, fancy headstock w/gold Kluson Deluxe tuners w/small...
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1976 Guild® X-500 BLD

Gloss natural finish, rounded cutaway, arched spruce top with w-b-w-bound f-holes and tone bar bracing, maple sides and arched back, double-bound body, 5-piece maple / mahogany neck, white-bound 20-fret ebony fingerboard with abalone triangle in pearl block inlays, 16-3/4'' lower bout, 1-5/8'' nut width (replacement bone nut), ~24-3/4'' scale, two humbucking pickups, 3-way toggle switch, 2 volume...
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1962 Guild® X-350 STRATFORD

Sunburst finish, double bound 17'' body, maple top, tone bar bracing, bound f holes, maple back and sides, mahogany neck, bound ebony fretboard, block inlays, 20 frets, 3 single coil (soapbar) pickups, 6 push button selector switches, harp tailpiece, adjustable rosewood bridge, 1 ply black pickguard features logo, bound headstock features overlay with logo and shield inlays, gold metal parts add...
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1968 Guild® X-500

An incredibly attractive guitar with breath taking flamed Maple back and sides, Rare Blonde finish, Spruce top, Gold Hardware, F-hole label intact, 17 inch wide body, and Abalone & Pearl fretboard inlays. Pre-1970s X-500s are very hard to come by and were made in much smaller finely crafted quantities. They are excellent instruments that rival Gibson's best. The guitar displays light play wear...
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1962 Guild® X-50

1962 Guild X-50 in excellent condition. This guitar was Guild's version of the Gibson ES-125. The Franz P-90 style pickup is clear and bright with a nice punch. The body is a hair shallower than the Gibson at 2 7/8". The nut width is 1 5/8" with a 24 3/4" scale length. 100% original and in perfect working order. All hardware and finish is original and un tampered with. Includes...
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2004 Guild® X700STUARTBB

Near-mint condition 2004 Guild X-700 Stuart BB! Made in Fender's California Custom Shop under Benedetto's direction. All-solid-wood, hand-carved archtop in sunburst finish. Includes original hardshell case and certificate of authenticity. Official description from Guild's website: Body size at lower bout: 17" Scale length: 25 1/2" Nut width: 1 11/16" Body depth: 3" Materials: Solid...
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1977 Guild® Artist Award™ vvv

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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2016 Guild® F-150

With their large, rounded bodies, Guild’s jumbo acoustic guitars have been prized for their volume, projection, and balance ever since the F-50 model debuted in 1954. The F-150 upholds this tradition with its solid Sitka spruce top and solid Indian rosewood back and sides. Additional features include an Indian rosewood fingerboard and bridge, bone nut and saddle, and mother-of-pearl rosette. This...
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2016 Guild® OM-140E

This mid-sized orchestra shaped acoustic is equally suited for strumming and fingerpicking, and produces a sweet, balanced tone. The perfect choice for the versatile musician, the OM-140E features a solid Sitka spruce top, solid African mahogany back and sides, and an elegant cutaway for access to higher frets. The hidden Fishman Sonitone pickup gives this guitar a perfectly amplified boost for...
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2016 Guild® OM-140

This mid-sized orchestra shaped acoustic is equally suited for strumming and fingerpicking, and produces a sweet, balanced tone. The perfect choice for the versatile musician, the OM-140 features a solid Sitka spruce top and solid African mahogany back and sides. Other premium features include an Indian rosewood fingerboard and bridge, bone nut and saddle, and mother-of-pearl rosette. This model...
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2016 Guild® OM-240CE

This mid-sized orchestra shaped acoustic is equally suited for strumming and fingerpicking, and produces a sweet, balanced tone. The perfect choice for the versatile musician, the OM-240CE features a solid Sitka spruce top, mahogany sides, arched mahogany back, and an elegant cutaway for access to higher frets. Guild’s signature arched back design allows for great volume and projection, long...
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2013 Guild® Starfire™ Bass

From the jangle of the Byrds to the psychedelia of Jefferson Airplane to countless other acts, many sounds of the '60s were underpinned by the deep and indispensable sound of the Starfire™ Bass, and players can now enjoy that rich sound and feel once again. Guild's new Starfire Bass has it all—the extra-thin semi-hollow body, the elegant double-cutaway design, a single powerful...
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1961 Guild® X-350

Gorgeous Dark Sunburst finish, beautiful flamey maple top, back & sides, 3 piece maple & walnut neck, 3 cream colored P-90 pickups along w/the coolest Epi-made Varitone push button selector section, ebony fingerboard w/pearl block inlays, Black Lucite pickgard, all gold hardware, harp tailpiece, cool engraved period tuners w/”Diamond” shaped pearl buttons, Hobokin white label, this X-350 is...
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2012 Guild® GSR X-180

Guild's special limited edition X-180 is a beautifully crafted workingman's jazz guitar built with fine Guild tone and tradition. Its elegant and warm-sounding semi-hollow figured maple body features a single cutaway and a resonant spruce top. It also boasts a distinctive 24 ¾" scale length, rock-solid three-piece mahogany/maple/mahogany neck, and a comfortable 19-fret ebony fingerboard with a...
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BootLegger Guitar Blues 30 Combo Tube Vintage Style Amplifier

#FREE SHIPPING including RETURNS The Bootlegger "Blues 30" was born to be an outlaw and play the hallowed grounds of the deep south - where whiskey-soaked guitar tones are necessary. Our amp is steeped in tradition, not convention. This 30 watt, all-tube amplifier is paired with a 12” specially - voiced Eminence speaker and complete with two matched Ruby 6L6’s and three Ruby...
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2016 Phil Jones Session 77

The Session 77 is remarkably affordable 100W bass combo from PJB new in 2016. By using all digital circuitry, the amp will work on any AC voltage from 100 to 260 Volts without a voltage selector. It features a single channel pre amp with a 3-band EQ. It also has a separate auxiliary input for backing tracks. The combination of the two proprietary 7 inch speakers and a 2 inch tweeter gives...
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2015 Cordoba D10-CE

The D10-CE belongs to Cordoba’s Acero series, a line of all-solid steel strings approached from a classical or Spanish guitar building perspective. Most notably, Cordoba is using an integrated neck joint or “Spanish Heel” instead of a traditional dovetail joint to join the body and neck of the guitar. This method of construction offers a lighter weight and more stable heel...
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Martrin D-15M Burst

One thing Martin can do exceptionally well: craft a great-looking acoustic guitar. The Martin D-15M Burst is just another beautiful acoustic Martin can add to its resume. Not only does this guitar feature classic Martin good-looks, but it's built with the reliability that made Martin popular. The dreadnought body size and standard 25.4" scale in combination with its solid Mahogany build help to...
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