Guild D-50 Bluegrass Special (1974) SOLD

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One of Guild’s relatively uncommon rosewood guitars, the D-50 sports a three-piece mahogany and maple neck, a spruce top and an ebony fingerboard. The D-50 is also known for its plaster-cracking volume. They don’t call it the “Bluegrass” D-50 for nothing; this guitar is capable of producing true banjo-killing volume. However, at gentle volume levels, this D-50 is lively and articulate, with tightly focused lows and surprisingly good string balance, whether played with a flatpick or plucked fingerstyle. No cracks, but a smattering of superficial dings on the top (see photo). Some evidence to indicate possible professional overspray on back of neck. Frets show some minor wear, but still have plenty of life. Paper soundhole label missing, else all original. With new high-quality TKL hardshell case. SOLD

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One of Guild’s relatively uncommon rosewood guitars, the D-50 sports a three-piece mahogany and maple neck, a spruce top and an ebony fingerboard. The D-50 is also known for its plaster-cracking volume. They don’t call it the “Bluegrass” D-50 for nothing; this guitar is capable of producing true banjo-killing volume. However, at gentle volume levels, this D-50 is lively and articulate, with tightly focused lows and surprisingly good string balance, whether played with a flatpick or plucked fingerstyle. No cracks, but a smattering of superficial dings on the top (see photo). Some evidence to indicate possible professional overspray on back of neck. Frets show some minor wear, but still have plenty of life. Paper soundhole label missing, else all original. With new high-quality TKL hardshell case. SOLD