Guild product manager Dave Gonzalez recently put a Guild D-50CE Standard through the paces in an in-depth product demo.
Featuring a rosewood dreadnought cutaway with refined features that make for a player-centric instrument with premium sound quality, the guitar features a solid Sitka Spruce top with Red Spruce bracing and solid rosewood back and sides for a rich, powerful sound with exceptional warmth and complexity.
The onboard 18-volt D-TAR® Wave-Length™ pickup system provides a transparent and natural sound with enhanced dynamic range and headroom for exceptional amplified performance.
Other refined features such as a satin finished Mahogany neck with slim profile, ivoroid body binding and bone nut, saddle, and bridge pins round out the package to create a truly fine instrument.
Acoustic Guitar has posted an online review of our Guild F-1512E guitar, breaking down its specs, history, designs, feel, tone and playability.
“Overall, the Guild F-1512E is an impressive instrument,” sums up AG. “Whether you’ve always wanted a Guild jumbo 12-string but couldn’t afford a US-made version or are simply looking to buy a great 12-string regardless of brand or price, this is an ax worth checking out.”
Acoustic Guitar magazine features a review of the Guild F-30CE Standard guitar in its September issue.
“It is evident that great care was taken in the making of our F-30CE, a product of Guild’s New Hartford, Conn., production facility, which has been in operation since 2008,” notes reviewer Adam Perlmutter. “The gloss finish on the body is perfectly applied and buffed, and the neck’s satin finish is similarly well executed. The frets are impeccably crowned and polished, and the bone nut and saddle cleanly cut, precluding the adjustments commonly needed to make a brand new guitar more playable. A peek inside the guitar reveals no hint of laziness, either; the bracing and kerfing are smoothly sanded and undetectably glued.”
The review also includes a breakdown of its sound, playability and D-TAR® Wave-Length™ electronics. AG‘s review concludes with:
“It has a superb, balanced tone when fingerpicked and works nicely for strumming as well. A great-sounding electronics package makes this fine guitar even more of a winner.”
The magazine also offers an online video review here.