Guild Artist Award 1966 Archtop Guitar

Manufacturer

Guild Guitars

Guitar Type

Archtop Hollow Body

Lower Bout Width

17″

Body Depth

3.3125″

Nut Width

1.69″

Fingerboard Scale

24.75″

Pickup Type

Floating

Wood Composition

Carved Solid

Tonewoods

Maple, Spruce

Fretboard

Ebony

Bridge

Floating

Price $4,850

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SKU: Guild Vintage ARTIST AWARD Carved Archtop Guitar. Category: .

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

Product Description

1963 Guild Artist Award
A beautiful instrument, this particular Artist Award plays very well & has a large, open voice. The wide nut width and low profile neck carve makes for wonderful playability. The guitar is very lively when played acoustically, and sounds superb when plugged in. The electrified tone is clear and articulate with lush low end. The 25 1/2″ scale really brings out the trebly snap to balance out the boomy voice of the big body.
Carved Spruce with flamed Maple back & sides. Ebony fretboard. Ebony bridge. Gold harp shaped tailpiece. Non-original Ebony pickguard with volume knob mounted.
1.70 width @ nut
2.10″ width @ 12th fret
2 1/8″ width @ Body Joint (14th fret)
25 1/2″ scale length
17″ x 3 5/8″ Body dimensions
Original DeArmond pickup
Non-original Ebony pickguard

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