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There's nothing quite like the sound of an all solid mahogany Dreadnought, well I think so anyway. Guild's contribution to the format is in itself ...read more

Guild have always been a player's brand. Kim Thayll used a Guild, so did Johnny Cash, so did I. Over the last few years they have enjoyed something...read more

If you turn your attention to the USA, you'll find one or two pretty good spruce/mahogany dreadnoughts about at the moment (on the new market), bef...read more

It ain't easy being lefty. Left handed musicians get the guff end of the stick, strapped for choice, availability, and constantly teased for being ...read more

Beloved of players who like something a little different the world over, Guild are a brand for people who like things to sound and feel good, solid...read more

Hey Mr. Tambourine man, play your jangly thing. A byword for big bodied, ringing 12-strings, Guild is a shop favourite here at Wunjos, with at leas...read more

Perenially a favourite of the Wunjos camp (I've had one, so has Brandy and various Wunjos alumni), Guild are a proper player's brand. Their history...read more

Perenially a favourite of the Wunjos camp (I've had one, so has Brandy and various Wunjos alumni), Guild are a proper player's brand. Their history...read more

Mahogany has never looked so good as it does on Guild's new M-120. Even some of the all Mahogany Martins don't look quite so classy. And consistent...read more

Permanently ensconced in the 'cool' area, Guild are a proper players' brand. Having found their way into the hands of a number of Wunjos staff, you...read more

Some people think that small guitars are for small guitarists. Whether it be young learners, or just players with very short arms, the smaller guit...read more

The guitar that started life as the Guild M-20 is now regarded as a classic. Even the modern incarnation in Guild's everyman range of acoustics (th...read more

Guild know how to make excellent acoustic guitars, they've been doing it since the 50s, and in all that time have never really tarnished a reputati...read more

It is great to see that alongside the classic D, F and M guitars that Guild have been producing for all these years, that they have now also added ...read more

From its humble beginnings in 50's Manhattan, Guild has grown to be a real players' brand. With a long tradition of acoustic and electric building ...read more

From its humble beginnings in 50's Manhattan, Guild has grown to be a real players' brand. With a long tradition of acoustic and electric building ...read more

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