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Guild F50 Description:
Vintage Jumbo Guild
Nothing sings out as bold and true as a Guild® jumbo acoustic guitar. They are the original Guild flattops, first manufactured in Manhattan in 1954. From the beauty of the Spruce and the elegance of the Rosewood, to the depth of the nitrocellulose finish, Guild stands proudly behind the quality of the materials. If you're a player who likes the projection of a real jumbo acoustic, these guitars are for you! All Guild guitars are accompanied by a deluxe archtop case.
First introduced in 1954, the F-50 was the top of Guild's acoustic flat top line and was popularized by exceptional players including Eric Clapton, who graced the cover of the Guild catalog in 1968. The F-50 adopts many of the features of the best 1960's instruments, with a 4.8" body depth, a relocated "X" brace pattern, and a new sculpted Rosewood bridge. Other specifications include a AAA Spruce top, arched Curly Maple back and sides, an Ebony fingerboard with traditional Mother-of-Pearl and Abalone block position inlays, a shell pickguard, a G-shield headstock logo, and gold Grover Rotomatic tuning machines.
Guild F50 Specification:
- Body Style: Jumbo
- Top: Solid AAA Sitka Spruce
- Back: Arched Laminated Select Maple
- Sides: Solid Figured Maple
- Neck: 3-Piece Mahogany
- Fingerboard: Ebony
- Color: Antique Burst
- Unique Features: Natural Mother of Pearl and Abalone Position Inlays, Black Pickguard
- Case: Deluxe Hardshell Case
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