Watch David Nail Perform on Letterman

Earlier this month, Grammy-winning country artist David Nail appeared on The Late Show with David Letterman to celebrate the March 4 release of his new album I’m a Fire. 

With his Antique Sunburst Guild D-55 in hand, Nail performed the country-pop lead single “Whatever She’s Got.” The tune has become a staple on country radio, reaching No.1 on Billboard‘s Country Airplay chart in February.

Aly Tadros Releases New Video for ‘Whim’

Aly Tadros

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Aly Tadros has been gaining momentum since the release of her latest album The Fits earlier this year..

Now, the New York-by-way-of-Texas singer/songwriter has a new track out with Ben Balmer called “Whim.”

The song, which sounds somewhat dark, features Balmer on a Guild D-55 and Tadros on a vihuela, which is a traditional five-string mariachi instrument.

Check out the video for “Whim” below and visit Tadros’ official website for upcoming tour dates.

Orianthi Performs for At: Guitar Center

Australian rocker Orianthi is featured on At: Guitar Center’s latest episode, performing “How do you Sleep” with the help of guitarist Cyril Niccolai from the Fairchilds. Niccolai is using his Guild D-55 in Antique Burst on the cut, which appears on Orianthi’s newly released album Heaven in this Hell.

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Why Players Know Guild: Robert Marr

Robert Marr vividly remembers the moment a Guild D-55 fell into his lap.

“It was 1976,” said the guitarist, who lives in Fenton, Mich. “I walked into Ron Zehel’s Guitar Land in Amherst, Ohio, and I was looking for an acoustic with a balanced sound. I played every guitar on the wall, and the D-55 gave me just what I needed.”

But buying the classic Guild model wasn’t exactly easy—Marr had to trade in a Gretsch Tennessean for it, ending a longstanding electric guitar phase.

Although the Gretsch was hard to let go of, the sacrifice paid off. Marr learned a lesson or two, and he became the proud owner of a beautiful Guild acoustic guitar.

“Don’ t get rid of your favorite guitar,” he said emphatically. “Ever. My Guild will be passed on to future generations. My kids are very heavily involved with music, and my D-55 is going with them at end of the road.”

Marr enjoys writing songs on his Guild, and has released six self-produced albums since 2005.

To learn more about Marr, visit