Nothing sings out as bold and true as a Guild F50 Vintage Jumbo Acoustic-Electric Guitar. They are the original Guild flat-tops, first manufactured in Manhattan in 1954. From the beauty of the spruce and the elegance of the rosewood to the depth of the nitrocellulose finish, Guild proudly stands behind their quality materials.
Introduced in 1954, the F-50 was the top of the acoustic flat-top line and was popularized by exceptional players such as Eric Clapton, who graced the cover of the 1968 Guild catalog. This F-50 has many features of the best 1960s instruments, with a 4.8"-deep body, a relocated "X" bracing pattern and a sculpted rosewood bridge. Other features include a AAA spruce top and arched curly maple back and sides, an ebony fingerboard with traditional mother of pearl and abalone block inlays, a shell pickguard, G-shield headstock logo and gold Grover Rotomatic tuning machines. Features the D-TAR Wave-Length/Load and Lock pickup system.
Guild F50 Jumbo Acoustic-Electric Guitar Features:
Body style: jumbo
Top: solid AAA sitka spruce
Bracing: custom X
Back: Select Arched Laminated Figured Maple
Sides: Solid Figured Maple
Neck: 3-piece mahogany/maple/mahogany
Fretboard: ebony (12" radius)
Width at nut: 1-11/16"
No. Of frets: 20
Scale length: 25-5/8"
Machine heads: Grover gold plated die-cast tuners
Pickup: D-TAR Wave-Length Pickup and Preamp System with Load 'N Lock Battery Access
Finish: high gloss (nitro-cellulose lacquer)
Unique features: Natural Mother-of-Pearl and Abalone Position Inlays, Tortoise Shell Pickguard
Case: includes C5217 deluxe hardshell case
Strings: Guild L350 phosphor bronze, gauges .012, .016, .025, .032, .042, .053
Guild F50 Jumbo Acoustic-Electric Guitar Includes:
Guild hardshell case
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