GPOTD Guitar Pic of the Day - 3.29.11

Discussion in 'Guitars, Guitars Guitars!' started by Help!I'maRock!, Mar 29, 2011.

    Mar 29, 2011
  1. Help!I'maRock! Radical Sandwich Anarchist


    Year: 1977
    Manufacturer: Guild®
    Model: D-40
    Case: Soft
    Color: natural
    Condition: Excellent
    Description: EX with no cracks or breaks, frets, neck, action are all fine, some normal dings, but nothing to the wood, all original, plays easily

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  3. Mark Wein :mad:

    I love it. If I saw it in a store and it sounded good at that price it would just be coming home with me.
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  5. reverend1 Kick Henry Jackassowski

    I like it. I've always thought Guilds were very cool.
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  7. Coralkong Alien

    Not if I saw it first.

    That is EXACTLY the guitar I want.

    Price isn't too bad, either. A little more than I would want to pay, but not by much.
    Those are fantastic guitars.

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  9. Aahzz Habanero Evangelist

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  11. paulskirocks Blue Zone Compliant

    Reminds me of my 1978 Guild D-50... I don't play a lot of acoustic, but when I do, I love mine, so I imagine that is a nice sounding guitar...
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  13. Denverdave Resident Ragamuffin

    Sweet acoustic and a pretty good price if it isn't a lifeless copy. I like Guilds but older acoustics I really need to play first regardless of the headstock name. But if that is a great player then price wise it would be a steal. Guild had some good mahogany back then.

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  15. Tiltsta Show me your frittatas

    Would give it a go. That is Hank Hill's guitar too.
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  17. Prages User Error

    I like it.

    Since we're talking acoustics, I played this one the other day.


    1959 Gibson Country/Western

    It had been around the block a few times, but it sounded so freakin' incredible.

    Asking price was $3100. :weebz:
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  19. Johnny N. Kick Henry Jackassowski

    I played a Guild in a store one time and it felt like a very good quality instrument compared to most all acoustics I have played. I dont love their pickguards for some reason but wouldnt stop me from having one. My acoustic is the shape of the one Prages posted which is my favorite acoustic shape.

    So yeah.
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  21. Chad bedroom widdler

    very nice.
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  23. Tralfaz looming kablooey

    Looks okay. But I don't know enough about Guilds to really get excited about that one. Most 70's-era acoustic guitars I've tried have been nothing special.
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  25. Modern Saint Starve your Fear, Feed your Dream!

    That would be fun to jam on.
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  27. John Watt Banned

    I don't think I've ever played a bad Guild acoustic, and a couple of friends are still playing their 70's.
    You can't say this is decorative, a fairly stern interpretation except for the pickguard,
    a little too puff the magic dragonish.
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  29. Peeker jerkass

    nice but I'd not pay $1K
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  31. John Watt Banned

    I think in the seventies they retailed for around $750.
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  33. Kerouac weird musical dildo

    Hells yes!
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  35. jelloman couch'd tater...

    yes, please...

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