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   Up for sale is a 1988 Guild GF30sbx. This is another great design from the George Gruhn/Kim Walker era. GF standing for "Grand Folk" and 30 being a maple series build. It has a spruce top, and a flame maple arched back, with maple sides. Built from 1987-1993 with a total of 845 guitars produced. These do not come up for sale often. 

   There are a few issues with this guitar that i want to point out. It has dents, dings, scratches, swirls, and smudges throughout the guitar consistent with 31 years of age and daily play ware. There is some light fretware. There is a spot on the upper bout, in the arm pit area, where the finish has rubbed off. There are four small cracks around the sound hole and the pick guard that i believe are from shrinkage and/or humidity changes. I am giving the guitar a humidity treatment now to see if it helps these areas. I am listing the guitar in good player condition. Not a collector's item, but a very cool Guild that anyone would be proud to own. It is a full size concert style body being 16 inches wide with a 5 inch depth. The nut is right between 1 and 11/16 to 1 and 3/4 inches. The Guitar is being sold as is, so ask me for additional pics and information if you are interested. Thanks for looking. I have other Guild Acoustics for sale and I am always looking to buy more Guilds.



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Listed3 years ago
ConditionGood (Used)
Good condition items function properly but may exhibit some wear and tear.learn more
Brand
Model
  • GF-30 GF30sbx
Finish
  • Sunburst
Year
  • 1988
Made In
  • United States

Guild Acoustics

Byron, GA, United States
Sales:37
Joined Reverb:2017

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