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Used Guild D25NT Acoustic/Electric Guitar

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  • Used Guild D25NT Acoustic/Electric Guitar
  • Used Guild D25NT Acoustic/Electric Guitar
  • Used Guild D25NT Acoustic/Electric Guitar
  • Used Guild D25NT Acoustic/Electric Guitar
  • Used Guild D25NT Acoustic/Electric Guitar
  • Used Guild D25NT Acoustic/Electric Guitar
  • Used Guild D25NT Acoustic/Electric Guitar
  • Used Guild D25NT Acoustic/Electric Guitar
  • Used Guild D25NT Acoustic/Electric Guitar
  • Used Guild D25NT Acoustic/Electric Guitar
  • Used Guild D25NT Acoustic/Electric Guitar
  • Used Guild D25NT Acoustic/Electric Guitar

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Used Guild D25NT Acoustic/Electric Guitar

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Guild D25NT dreadnought acoustic with Fishman dual pickup. You'll often hear talk of how an all-solid guitar mellows with age; this one has been played and played, and it proves the theory. It has an amazing mellow, warm tone with a full, responsive midrange and a nice bite on the top. Vintage Guild guitars are pretty rare in Australia, which is a shame, as they're severely underrated in my opinion. The D25 is one of Guild's best selling models; they're a little brighter and Gibson J-45 and a little warmer than a Martin D28. The dual sensor Fishman system features a bendable piezo and condenser mic, offering a natural and easily adjustable plugged-in tone. This is a lovely USA dreadnought with heaps of character and heaps of tone.

Manufacturer: Guild
Model: D25NT
Year: 1987
Made in: USA
Finish: Natural gloss
Body: Solid spruce top, solid mahogany back and sides
Neck: Mahogany, rosewood fingerboard
Mods: pickup added, otherwise none
Pickup: Fishman Ellipse Matrix Blend (new street price approx $420)
Case: generic brand hardcase, fairly sturdy

Cosmetic condition notes: Significant pick rash, as evident in the photos. A little cracking in the lacquer around the binding near the neck joint, which is superficial only. The usual buckle rash and minor scratches, a few dings including on the headstock. Definitely played-in with a few scars to show it, but reasonable condition for a 30 year old guitar. 

Playing condition notes: Medium action, neck is straight, intonation is good. Setup with Martin 80/20 bronze 12-53 gauge strings. The top is nice and flat with no bowing to speak of. Playing well, sounding amazing.