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Guild F-40E Natural Acoustic-Electric Guitar  Natural 

(Natural)  Sku #L37464000001000

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This reissue of a classic Guild is natural beauty with discrete pickup for performers looking to make a big impact.

Achieve incredible clarity, balance and volume with Guild's jumbo-shaped F-40E, proudly made in the USA in Southern California. Featuring a solid Sitka spruce top and solid African mahogany back and sides, this jumbo acoustic checks all the boxes for players who prize outstanding projection and enhanced mid-range. Its predecessor, the F-48 Navarre, was only produced from 1972 to 1976 and original versions are a rare treasure. Today’s reissue manifests the same vintage charm with timeless and tasteful appointments such as a tortoiseshell pickguard, white ABS binding, and Guild’s peak logo inlaid on the headstock. Premium materials such as an East Indian rosewood bridge and fingerboard, 20:1 open-gear tuners, and a hand-cut bone nut and saddle all match today’s standards for fine acoustics. A satin varnish finish gives this guitar its familiar broken-in look and feel, while allowing the tonewoods to “breathe” and reach their sonic potential.

Each F-40E ships with a Guild archtop wood case with a built-in Humicase humidification system.

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F-40E Natural Acoustic-Electric Guitar Specifications:

  • ABS ring rosette
  • Black and ABS purfling
  • Single-action truss rod
  • Mortise and tenon neck joint
  • Pearloid dot inlays
  • Tortoiseshell pickgard
  • Nickel tuners with cream buttons; 20:1 ratio
  • Ivory colored plastic endpin
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