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, a pleasing variety of tones were available: clean, rich mids and snarling high end with added gain on the bridge pickup. The bluesbird would be comfortable in almost any musical setting, but make no mistake: this is a rock guitar at heart.
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