Premier Guitar featured Clemens Rehbein of Milky Chance and his vintage ’65 Starfire. Other than the pickguard, which Rehbein removed, and the replaced bridge, the Starfire is in original condition. “She is and sounds unique–but not weird–and has the perfect sound for my style of music: warm and woody, but still tight and in your […]
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It’s another ringing endorsement from the team over at Vintage Guitar magazine: “The D-55 is surprisingly loud even for a dreadnought. And, it’s not just loud, but big-sounding–there’s plenty of bass without sacrificing chime. Chords are clear and balanced even when digging in, and the neck is very comfortable. Overall, the D-55 is an impressive […]
Grand Gtrs Magazine recently reviewed both the Guild F-150 and F-1512, and writer Peter Hirsch seemed quite impressed by the quality and value of the Westerly Collection. For our German fans, keep scrolling to read the whole review; for our English speakers–a few highlights below! Tonally, the F-150 offers everything you would expect from […]
Vintage Guitar Magazine recently reviewed the Guild Bluesbird, and it sounds like they’re hooked. When asked how the Bluesbird plays, reviewer Bob Cianci writes, ‘Effortless’ comes to mind immediately. This is a very resonant instrument that sounds bright and lively unplugged. Single-string riffing was a breeze, the intonation was right on target, and plugged in, […]
If you’re a T-Bird fan, you don’t want to miss the latest issue of Total Guitar Magazine. Keep scrolling to see the full spread, featuring our favorite funky-looking solid body reissue.
Have you heard about the Jumbo Junior Bass yet? Premier Guitar stopped by our Summer NAMM booth and helped us deliver the breakdown. Check it out! Learn more about the Jumbo Junior Bass here.
Spanish artist Joana Serrat was recently featured in Cutaway Guitar Magazine! Joanna has recently been writing and touring on a new USA-made M-20. Joanna says that her M-20 “sounds current and old. The wood is wonderful, and gives it that worn sound… I fell in love with that guitar altogether.” Joana has been working on her fourth […]
We’ll be in Nashville this week for Summer NAMM, where we’re debuting the latest additions to the Guild line! We’re showing some love to the low end this summer, with a handful of new bass offerings. Keep scrolling to see and hear more from these latest Guild offerings! Starfire Bass II in New Colors We’ve […]
enter to win a guild starfire iv st! Win this Starfire IV ST! But what color is it? We’ve joined forces with our friends at Chicago Music Exchange to find the most creative guitar fan. If you come up with our favorite color name, this beauty will be yours. Here’s what you gotta do: 1. Re-post […]
“In a market that is flooded with diminutive guitars, the M-40E stands out for its solid craftsmanship, superior tone, and comfortable playability,” writes Pete Madsen for Acoustic Guitar Magazine. One of the latest guitars to come out of our Oxnard, California factory is another hit with the reviewers! Featuring a solid sitka spruce top, solid […]
Guitar and Bass Magazine recently reviewed the first models to come out of our California factory, and they were ready to put the all-solid mahogany guitars to the test! On 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, […]
The new Guild Jumbo Junior may be small, but it’s a force to be reckoned with. “These days, three of the biggest American guitar manufacturers—Martin, Taylor, and Guild—are producing high-quality, scaled-down versions of some of their most popular models,” writes Pete Madsen of Acoustic Guitar Magazine. In the running with the Martin D Jr. E […]