1982 Guild G-45 Hank Williams Jr. Acoustic Guitar

1982 Guild G-45 Hank Williams Jr. Acoustic Guitar

Before you take a real close look at this 1982 Guild G-45 Hank Williams Jr. Acoustic Guitar, I want you to remind you of Willie Nelson’s famous axe, Trigger. Trigger has been ridden hard and bears the scars of a life on the road—and so does this American-made Guild. I did a little homework on her and from her serial number she was made in 1982 (actually, she is the 11th of her style made…

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1990s Guild JF55E Acoustic Guitar

1990s Guild JF55E Acoustic Guitar

Yippee ki yi yay, it’s an American-made in the 1990s Guild JF55E Acoustic Guitar. She’s a lovely, top o’ the line sunburst Jumbo with a AAA Spruce top, solid Rosewood back and sides and an Ebony bridge. As if that weren’t enough, she’s got a sweet abalone rosette and her Ebony fretboard is inlaid with mother of pearl blocks with abalone insets. Damn! Seller says she plays great and sounds amazing and I don’t doubt it…

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1972 Guild S-90 Electric Guitar

1972 Guild S-90 Electric Guitar

Put yourself in the board room of Guild (or Martin) back in the early 1970s. The era of folk music was passing and the electric boom was in full swing. What was an acoustic guitar maker to do to compete but make an electric guitar—such as this American made 1972 Guild S-90 Electric Guitar? And thus began the experiments. Guild did it. Martin did it. Fender did it in reverse by offering an acoustic guitar. Oh,…

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Guild CV-2 Acoustic Guitar

Guild CV-2 Acoustic Guitar

This jewel of a Guild CV-2 Acoustic Guitar comes with a “help a brother out” story behind it. She’s basically brand new, just a few months old. Her owner works offshore and the industry is a little slow so he’s selling things to keep his bank account healthy. He doesn’t say much about her other than that she is in perfect condition. Her label shows she was made in Tacoma, Washington. Feeling seller’s plight, I did some…

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