Guild F-30 Orchestra Acoustic Guitar
6 String Acoustic Guitars
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Full and balanced sound that makes this the quintessential Guild acoustic guitar.
Guild Standard Series guitars represent the essence of the Guild acoustic legacy. With their supreme playability, understated elegance, and unmistakable full and balanced sound they are the quintessential Guild acoustic guitar.
The F-30 STD is a unique orchestra style guitar with refined features that make for a player-centric instrument with premium sound quality. It features a solid Sitka Spruce top with Red Spruce bracing and solid genuine Mahogany back & sides that combine with its unique body dimensions to produce a strong, focused sound with excellent articulation.
The 1-3/4" bone nut and full scale make the Guild F-30 STD ideal for everything from down-tuned fingerstyle pieces to folk style strumming.
Other refined features such as a satin finished Mahogany neck with slim profile, ivoroid body binding and bone saddle and bridge pins round out the package to create a truly fine instrument.
- Solid Sitka spruce top with Red Spruce bracing
- Solid genuine Mahogany back and sides
- 1-3/4" bone nut and full scale
- Satin-finished slim profile Mahogany neck
- Ivoroid body binding
- Bone nut, saddle, and bridge pins
F-30 Orchestra Acoustic Guitar Specifications:
- Category: Standard
Body Style: Orchestra
Top: Solid Sitka Spruce
Bracing: Scalloped Red Spruce
Back: Solid Mahogany
Sides: Solid Mahogany
Scale Length: 25.5" (64.8 Cm)
Fingerboard Radius: 12" Radius (305 Mm)
No. of Frets: 20
Position Inlays: Pearl Dot Inlays
Nut Width: 1.75" (44.45 Mm)
Saddle: Bone Saddle
Bridge Pins: Bone Bridge Pins
Body Finish: High Gloss Lacquer
Neck Finish: Satin Lacquer
Machine Heads: Gotoh Die-Cast
Strings: D'addario Exp 16 Coated Phosphor Bronze (.012-.053 Gauges)
Case: Deluxe Hardshell Case