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NGD for me! 2011 Guild GAD F212 has flown south from NJ... 4 Replies

Started by FloridaGull. Last reply by Tom Riccardi Jan 19.

Guild m120 - MINT! $399.00 w/ OHSC 6 Replies

Started by ra harris. Last reply by Sal Pisciotta Aug 31, 2015.

Just found this group 2 Replies

Started by Bob Furia. Last reply by Bob Furia May 26, 2015.

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Comment by Ted Hechtman on April 15, 2016 at 12:49pm

Last link is to a recent performance with my M-120E

Comment by Ted Hechtman on April 15, 2016 at 12:48pm
Comment by Ted Hechtman on January 19, 2016 at 6:23pm

I have a gauge in the room where I keep my guitars. Different woods seem to need different levels of humidity. Cedar, spruce and mahogany all seem to react differently so I strive for about 35 to 40 percent. Haven't had any damage.

Comment by Mike Ward on January 19, 2016 at 4:01pm

As of this last weekend, I am the proud owner of a 1977 G312 nt.  What a wonderful instrument!  I'd welcome suggestions regarding strings and how folks like to keep their guitars properly humidified at this time of year. Thanks!

Comment by Antonio Cotichini on January 19, 2016 at 6:58am

You know... after reading your posts I went to check my F-1512 GAD 'cause I din't remember... and it has the double truss rod too! That means that Guild doesn't joke... neither overseas! Wonderful guitars indeed!

Comment by Ted Hechtman on January 19, 2016 at 6:17am

I have a D212. With the double truss rod. A Westerly.

Comment by Kurt Chandler on January 19, 2016 at 4:58am

I sold my Guild F5CE last year but still have my Guild JF-30-12. I love those double truss rod necks. After I bought a Gibson J-185EC Rosewood having 2 rosewood acoustic electric cutaway guitars seemed redundant. The Guild had real when soul finger picking but my fingers prefer the shorter scale of the Gibson. I hope you don't have remorse after you sell it.

Comment by Ted Hechtman on January 18, 2016 at 4:27pm


Comment by FloridaGull on January 18, 2016 at 4:09pm

I MAY have just sold my Guild GAD 30R!  

Original NGD thread here:

I really liked the guitar - but, since I have so many of them (  ::)), I am allowing myself to get "picky", and I, personally, am not a fan of gloss-finished necks.

Enter my friend, who has a 1 11/16" nut guitar and finds his fingers to be too close together.  I tell him about wider nut guitars - specifically Seagulls - and he asks if I have any I'd like to part with.  Well, no Seagulls, but I've been considering selling my Guild GAD 30R and Guild GAD F212, so I offered him the GAD 30R (he's not into 12-strings yet...   ;)) - he's trying it out!  Fingers crossed!   :D  The GAD 30R has a 1 3/4" nut...

Here is the link to the NGD thread for my Guild GAD F212 12-string:

If anyone is interested in buying this one, let me know...  :))

Comment by Antonio Cotichini on August 17, 2015 at 6:37am

I posted the pictures on the other group (12 str. guit.) and forgot to put them also here. Now I do.

As promised here are the pics of my Guild F-1512 GAD with the changings I made: Grover tuners, bone nut and compensated saddle, bone pins, tortoise pickguard and scalloped bridge wings. Now it seems less chinese! 

And here's the whole story...

It's been a real bargain an it has a story too. It was bought by a friend of mine one year ago. It arrived (from Thomann, an on-line seller of musical instruments) with a scratch on some frets. It seemed like someone hit the fretboard with a file. My friend didn't wanted to send it back and asked me if I could dress the frets. I did and the work came out very nice. Then he asked me if I could change the nut and saddle with bone and add a KK Pure Mini pick-up. Done. He wanted to take away the cheap black pick-guard he didn't like and leave the sound-board "all wood". Done. Then he felt the guitar too big for him (he's a very good player but not a big bodied guy) so after a year asked me if I wanted to buy it, paying a little less than 900$ whenever I wanted... DONE! I didn't like the chunky bridge, so I did all the upgrades I described. It sounds like a grand-piano. The neck is a bit larger than my old Yamaha (that I'm gonna sell) but given that the overall instrument is a couple of steps better... it's not a big deal!


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