1968 Guild D-40 Bluegrass Jubilee

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A classic American steel-string dreadnought, solid Sitka spruce top, solid Honduran mahogany neck, back, and sides, Brazilian rosewood fingerboard and bridge, unbound board with pearl dots, "Chesterfield" headstock inlay, tortoise guard, lovely rosette, some minor repaired cracks, refretted and changed tuners, but otherwise original including Guild hard case. Late Hoboken production as Guild was gearing up for their move to Westerly, Rhode, Island, but this one was made in the original New Jersey factory where Guild originated in 1953. An archetypal dread, comparable in features and sound to its direct competitors, the Martin D-18 and Gibson J-45, sparkling spruce/mahogany articulation, clean bass that isn't too cluttered, plays great, good and loud, and nicely aged. A little lighter than the (still excellent) later '70s Guilds, made in a period of dreadnought manufacturing when the company was easily giving Martin a run for its money and had rather left Gibson in the dust. We haven't had a large-bodied '60s Guild flattop in a little while and are happy to help it find a new home.

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Listed8 months ago
ConditionGood (Used)
Good condition items function properly but may exhibit some wear and tear.learn more

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