Entries by Guild Guitars

Artist to Watch: Misha Lindes of SadGirl

SadGirl‘s brand of low-fi surf pop is quintessential California, and frontman Misha Lindes is leading the charge. Their DIY sound, aided by a Misha’s Guild Starfires, has been spreading through their hometown of Los Angeles and beyond. Keep reading to learn about how SadGirl got started, Misha’s love affair with Guild, and heir their latest song, “Little […]

Guild at 2017 Winter NAMM

We had another great year at Winter NAMM in Anaheim, California! We introduced new acoustic and electric models to the Guild family at NAMM 2017, including the USA-made M-40 Troubadour, D-40 Traditional and D-55; the T-Bird ST and T-Bird ST P90; and the M-240E Troubadour.  Below are a few behind-the-scenes photos of our booth; keep scrolling […]

New 2017 Guilds!

New Guilds are here! We’ve got something for everyone–USA-made acoustics, a new Westerly Collection addition, and some funky new solid body electrics. Keep scrolling to all of the new Guild Gear! T-Bird ST P90 in Pelham Blue Based on the S-200 T-Bird reissue, the T-Bird ST P90 features the same unique, asymmetrical shape, but with a […]

Guitar & Bass Magazine Review the M-20 & D-20

British publication Guitar & Bass Magazine has given the new USA-made Guild M-20 and D-20 a 9/10! Let’s see what they had to say… About the M-20: “In terms of sonic character, there’s a lot of charm, with a typically dry and woody all-mahogany directness. There are harmonic overtones aplenty, but fundamental frequenciesare not overpowered […]

Tons of T-Bird Love!

Premier Guitar weighed in on the S-200 T-Bird. Conclusion: it’s a hit! They write: “Faithful to the original Thunderbird, the S-200 T-Bird is an idiosyncratic, quirky, and at times smartly functional work of guitar design. Minimalists may cringe at the guitar’s copious gadgetry. But in the hands of resourceful players the T-Bird has the kind […]

Guitarist Magazine Reviews the M-20 & D-20

We sent Guitarist Magazine an M-20 and D-20 to review, and we were nervous–they would one of the first magazines to review the first models to come out of our USA factory! Our were were all for naught, however. The guitars were a hit: “Guild has celebrated its return to USA building with a flourish, reintroducing […]