Our friends over at Reverb magazine went through, outlined, and explored some pretty interesting vintage Guilds. Check out their list of of these lesser-known guitars here!
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With their dialed-in harmonies and unconventional instrumentation, Nashville-based band Smooth Hound Smith is on the rise. Need proof? They’re currently on the road, opening for the Dixie Chicks. We had the pleasure of hanging out with them at Guild HQ and learning a bit about what makes this incredible duo tick. Keep scrolling to see them in […]
We recently added three killer new models to the Guild family. The S-200 T-bird and Bluesbird join the Newark St. line, and the Jumbo Junior is now a part of the Westerly Collection. Keep scrolling to learn more! S-200 T-Bird This reissue is a replica of the original versions produced between 1964 and 1968, […]
We’ve been so popular this past month! Reverb, your favorite website for buying that vintage Guild you’ve been tracking down for decades, visited us at our Ventura County, California factory to get the star treatment. We showed them around the state-of-the-art facility and chatted about our plans for Guild USA. James Brill writes, “At the […]
If you’re a Guild blog enthusiast, you’ve already read about our love for Valaska. A few of the guys from the band stopped by and treated us to an advance performance of a few songs off of their just-released album Inchoate. Keep scrolling to watch the videos and read a quick interview with the band! […]
We’re excited to welcome a few Guilds to the line, making their debut this week at Summer NAMM in Nashville! Without futher ado, we proudly introduce: S-200 T-BIRD This reissue is a replica of the original versions produced between 1964 and 1968, featuring an asymmetrical all mahogany body sure to catch the eye of the […]
As many of you might already know, we’ve been hard at work building a state-of-the-art factory in Ventura County, California. If you need a quick update, you can brush up, visually, with a few videos on our YouTube channel. The process has not been an short one, and the journey has been anything but easy. But […]
Listening to Henry Grace’s music, you would never guess that this UK native was young enough to still be in college. His lyrics, his playing, his debut EP “Crash The Moon” seem to be a part of a musician with years of writing and touring under his belt. Henry visited Guild HQ in California and […]
Spanish publication Cutaway Guitar Magazine reviewed two Guild guitars in their most recent issue. We translated a few passages for all of the non-spanish speakers. If you’re a linguaphile, however, keep scrolling to read the articles in full! STARFIRE VI “This guitar is the flagship model of the Starfires, which you can tell by all of […]
Guild artist Andrew Sheppard plays music that belies his age. It’s country and folky and sounds like it could be off an old vinyl record from the 70s, but the lyrics ring true and get stuck in your head for days. Given Andrew’s history with his vintage Guild D-25, we thought he would be the perfect guy on […]
We launched the Starfire II ST at Winter NAMM 2016, and it’s been a hit! Guitarist Magazine reviewed the newest addition to the Starfire line and had some pretty positive words to say about this affordably priced Newark St. guitar. Here are a few of the highlights: “This II remains light but, importantly, well balanced, […]
Acoustic Guitar Magazine got an exclusive first look at the state-of-the-art Guild factory in Ventura County, California. Along with taking a tour of the factory, journalist Adam Perlmutter played some of the first USA Guilds off the line: “It was exciting to pick up a freshly completed M-20–the Nick Drake guitar–only a day old. The instrument […]