Guild A 350 #00103 Vintage Archtop Guitar with original case

Manufacturer

Guild Guitars

Guitar Type

Archtop Hollow Body

Lower Bout Width

17″

Body Depth

3.00″

Nut Width

1.6875″

Fingerboard Scale

24.75″

Pickup Type

Floating

Wood Composition

Carved Solid

Tonewoods

Maple, Spruce

Fretboard

Ebony

Bridge

Floating

Price $4,895

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Our goal at Guitars ‘n Jazz is to find you the best possible instrument that not only matches your personal requirements and play-style, but is also a guitar that you enjoy playing and look forward to picking up.

We strive to price our instruments as competitively as possible in order to give our customers the best possible value for their dollar. And as a guitarist myself I would never sell an instrument that didn’t live up to my own high standards and expectations.

All of our instruments are thoroughly inspected, tested, professionally set up, and carefully packed for shipment. And all instruments are sold with our 72 hour satisfaction guarantee.

We encourage you to call us for the best price possible. We routinely have demos, closeouts, blemishes, and used instruments available for purchase. And if you happen to find a lower price please let us know.

And please keep in mind that it’s difficult comparing various instruments on the Internet. Since many of our guitars come standard with upgraded woods and tone controls shopping by price alone won’t tell the whole story.

Since our inventory changes so frequently it’s best to call us to find all of your available options. With over 500 archtops in stock you can be assured that we have unbelievable guitars to fit any budget.

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The best archtop guitars were made in the 1950’s and 1960’s. Guild A 500, and A350 archtops were among the finest and had that great vintage tone that you just can’t find in new guitars today.

Product Description

Vintage Guild Guitar!

Guild A 350 Jazz Guitar sn OD-103 which indicates a build of 1968 , but the headstock appears to be from the  60’s with a rare natural finish. It was second to the top of the line A500 which was all carved. It has a medium  3 piece maple/walnut neck w/an ebony fingerboard, with  white pearl block inlay, solid carved spruce top, perfectly graduated, that gives that chunky highly sought tone, complimented w/a super figured maple back & sides, and Harp Tailpiece, These Guilds are among the finest acoustic archtops ever made with the best necks and lowest action of any guitars. Guild guitars are know for their straight smooth neck that feature feather like action.  They are virtually impossible to find.  It is excellent overall & all original condition with the exception of replaced tuners, and comes with its original  hard case. A told original vintage Gold DeArmond top of the line pickup is attached to the neck ($1000 alone) , with an ending jack, and volume. Heres a picture from the Guild Archives http://www.guitarchives.nl/guitarsgalore/gallery_detail.php?id=71

George Barnes playing an early 1960’s A350 prototype which eventualy becomes the George Barnes Acousti Electric signature model. Carl Kress is  playing a 1958 Guild X550 with the standard  headstock of this era as this A350.

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