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Guild D-55 Dreadnought Acoustic Guitar Natural 

(Natural)  Sku #H73219000002000

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This product has been discontinued but may be available as a Open Box item.

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Rich, balanced sound, outstanding playability, and elegant cosmetic appointments.

Introduced in 1968, the flagship model D-55 is one of the most musically versatile dreadnought guitars available. The Guild D-55 is prized by players worldwide for its rich, balanced sound, outstanding playability, and elegant cosmetic appointments.

The distinctive nitrocellulose lacquer finish is a hallmark of this instrument and its tone can be heard on countless hit recordings of our time.

AAA grade Sitka spruce top with scalloped red spruce bracing
Inidan Rosewood back and sides
Mother of pearl and abalone inlay
Bone nut and saddle
Pure nitrocellulose lacquer finish

Unique Features: Ebony Headcap, Dovetail Neck Joint With Slim Heel, Lightweight Laminated Birch Tail-Block, 30' Radius Top, Natural Mother-of-Pearl And Abalone Position Inlays, Bound Ebony Fingerboard, Abalone Rosette, Tortoise Shell Pickguard, Dual Action Truss Rod

D-55 Dreadnought Acoustic Guitar Specifications:

Category: Traditional Series
Body Style: Dreadnought
Top: Solid Aaa Spruce
Bracing: Scalloped Red Spruce
Back: Solid Rosewood Back
Sides: Solid Rosewood Sides
Scale Length: 25.625" (65.09 Cm)
Neck: 3-Piece Mahogany/Walnut/Mahogany
Fretboard: Ebony
Fingerboard Radius: 12" Radius (305 Mm)
No. of Frets: 20
Position Inlays: Natural Mother-of-Pearl and Abalone Position Inlays
Nut: Bone
Nut Width: 1.69" (43 Mm)
Bridge: Ebony
Saddle: Bone Saddle
Bridge Pins: Bone Bridge Pins
Body Finish: Nitrocellulose Lacquer Body Finish
Neck Finish: Gloss Lacquer
Hardware: Gold
Machine Heads: Gotoh 700 Series Gold-Plated Open-Back Tuners
Strings: D'addario Exp 17 Coated Phosphor Bronze, (.013-.056 Gauges)
Case: Deluxe Hardshell Case
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