I am also a banjo and ukulele historian and have many parts dating back to the 1800s.This page is sponsored by Sweetwater so you can click through to get the full specifications, the latest price, and purchase any of the Electric Guitars stocked by Sweetwater that we have recommended.There are other resources for dating Guild guitars which you may also want to consult, such as: "The Guild Guitar Book" by Hans Moust, and "Gruhn's Guide To Vintage Guitars" by George Gruhn.
Most affordable model in the i-Series but an exceptional import in its own right.This 2011 model was only made in one small run so there aren't many of these around - most of the Harm 3 models feature the mahogany body, 22 fret maple set-neck with ebony fretboard and synthetic bone nut, side markers on the side of fretboard only, jumbo frets, flat 13.7" radius, three good sounding humbuckers, Grover 18:1 tuners, vintage cream colored binding on body-neck-headstock, 3-ply tortoise pickguard, 3 volume and 3 tone controls, 1 5/8" nut, 13.25" lower bout. The main attraction of this axe, however, is one major upgrade in the tone dept.The setup on this guitar is superb and the tone is warm and rich, very good choice for anything besides metal. - a brand new EMG-KFK Kerry King set (pic here) which includes an EMG81, EMG85, and a PA2 20d B gain booster switch. Features include basswood body with bolt-on Canadian hard rock maple neck, die-cast Rich tuners, master volume and tone with 3-way selector (plus added boost switch), KKV inlay at the 12th fret, 24 jumbo frets, locking Floyd Rose style nut, excellent quality Kahler-X tremolo that's very similar to the older Kahler Pro.You will find models, descriptions, specs, and pictures of various Guild Guitars previously offered from the Westerly plant.We will also contain additional content including articles pertaining to The Guild Guitar Company, pricelists, and dating charts for your Guild guitar.