MusicRadar Reviews Guild Traditional F-512


U.K. website MusicRadar.com recently posted an online review of the Guild F-512, calling it a “12-string dream machine.”

“Compared to a regular acoustic, the F-512 is obviously a whole different boiling pan of poisson,” notes reviewer Mick Taylor. “You need to spend some time getting over the novelty of having a 12-string if you don’t play one regularly because, frankly, even the cheaper specimens sound pretty cool and different when they’re first strummed.

“This, however… oh lordy. You just revel in the sheer depth of the bass and the impressive punch with which notes and chords throw forwards. It’s such a sonorous instrument, one of those guitars that even gets non-guitar-players excited by the noise it’s making: very close to genuine magic. Go on, just try not playing Pink Floyd’s “Wish You Were Here.”

Read the entire review here.

 

 

 

Guild M-120 Featured on MusicRadar‘s 25 Budget-Friendly Acoustics

In a recent list that highlighted 25 of the best budget-friendly acoustic guitars out there, MusicRadar featured the Guild M-120 prominently.

The all-mahogany gem is noted as a great instrument for either pickers or strummers.

“An affordable Guild with a compact body and small neck, it sounds as good as it looks – and it looks good enough to eat. Double thumbs up from us for this little beaut,” wrote MusicRadar.

See what else is on the list here.