“Power, Punch, Clarity, and Playability”: Acoustic Guitar’s Guild D-40 Review
Acoustic Guitar Magazine‘s Greg Cahill starts off his review on a strong note: “Seldom have I connected with an instrument on such a visceral level as when I first picked up this D-40.”
The review goes on to explain how the D-40 was revered by the folk scene of the 60s and 70s, what with its history with Richie Havens and Woodstock. This all-solid, USA-made spruce/mahogany dreadnought is also perfect for both powerful strumming and fingerstyle playing: “The new D-40 boasts a full-bodied, robust tone. While it packs a punch, and produces the volume bluegrass and rock players covet, the D-40 also has a sweet, clear, resonant voice that is well-suited to folk music.”
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Hey Guild I’m a lefty player and want a guild om240e i noticed you don’t make a lefty model for that guitar and want to know what lefty models you do make and if you could make more models for leftys out there.
We offer the following acoustic models for leftys: M-120, OM-140CE and D-150!
hi you still make d50 bg thank