For your kind consideration is this beautiful vintage 1971 Guild D50 in natural. These are classic and sought after guitars for a good reason! Gorgeous rosewood back and sides, spruce top, with an ebony board. The thin spruce top has some normal wear and cracks for a guitar of this age, and there is also a bit of overspray on the top. The cracks were just serviced by one of Chicago's finest luthiers and given a clean bill of health. The bridge was glued back down at that time. Everything appears to be original including the tuners, endpin, bridge pins, and pickguard. Blue liner case is missing the original handle and a temporary one was fashioned out of wire by the original owner. Serial number is 57XXX and dates to 1971. The neck is straight, the neck heel meets the body tightly with no gap, and the action is very comfortable in all positions. It resonates with a very deep, full, thunderous tone, and is very clear and articulate. The frets are in good condition with no buzzing and it plays and sounds wonderful. This guitar feels like an old friend when you pick it up, and is down right addictive to play. It has a fantastic deep bass fundamental with a crisp top end, and is among the loudest acoustics we've ever played. If you've been wanting a superb playing vintage D50 at an affordable price, do not let this one pass you by.
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