Guild D-35 (1975) SOLD!

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One of Guild’s most venerable models, the mahogany-back-and-sides-spruce-topped D-35 is known as a loud, responsive dread that’s perfectly suited to flatpicking but can also hold its own for fingerstyle passages. Put simply, this versatile guitar has power and tonal character to spare. This particular example has been played some. At some point in the past, one minor crack on the upper bout was professionally cleated (see photo) and there is a small section on the back of the neck that appears to have reacted after coming into contact with the rubber sleeve on a guitar stand. We cleaned up that small section and applied a coat of lacquer so that it’s barely visible and almost imperceptible to the touch. Give this instrument a single bold strum or experiment with a Travis-picked melody and you’ll be sold by this guitar’s articulation and balance. We’ve said it before—back in the day, Guild guitars were remarkably consistent. This D-35 is no exception. With original hardshell case. SOLD! Thanks Pete!

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One of Guild’s most venerable models, the mahogany-back-and-sides-spruce-topped D-35 is known as a loud, responsive dread that’s perfectly suited to flatpicking but can also hold its own for fingerstyle passages. Put simply, this versatile guitar has power and tonal character to spare. This particular example has been played some. At some point in the past, one minor crack on the upper bout was professionally cleated (see photo) and there is a small section on the back of the neck that appears to have reacted after coming into contact with the rubber sleeve on a guitar stand. We cleaned up that small section and applied a coat of lacquer so that it’s barely visible and almost imperceptible to the touch. Give this instrument a single bold strum or experiment with a Travis-picked melody and you’ll be sold by this guitar’s articulation and balance. We’ve said it before—back in the day, Guild guitars were remarkably consistent. This D-35 is no exception. With original hardshell case. SOLD! Thanks Pete!