Just in! We are very proud to be Brooklyn's newest Guild dealer! We're starting with their line of archbacks deemed the Westerly Collection, after the Rhode Island factory location from 1966 until the end of twentieth century. All feature a matte-finish solid spruce top and mahogany sides, with the signature arched back, and come with a form-fitting soft case.
Guild’s signature arch back guitar, this beauty features (of course) a solid spruce top and mahogany sides, with an arched back. Complete with a bone nut and saddle, the E suffix indicates Guild’s AP-1 pick-up, with a hidden sound-hole mounted volume and tone control. All Guilds include a form-fitting soft case. A fabulous guitar from Guild’s Westerly collection.
The OM-240 is the only model of the esteemed Westerly collection that features a cut-away to access the higher frets. This mid-sized Orchestra model strikes a fine balance between finger picking and full strumming, with all the features of the 240 series—solid spruce, mahogany, bone nut and saddle, Guild’s AP-1 pick-up with sound hole mounted electronics, a matte finish, and a form-fitting soft case.
Guild’s second smallest of the Westerly collection and their true “parlor” guitar is one of our favorites. A compact 24 3/4” scale, bone nut and saddle, and (of course) a solid spruce top with the signature mahogany arched back.
Like the big round look and feel of a jumbo but want it in a more compact variety? The Jumbo Junior is your guitar! This is the smallest guitar of the Westerly collection, with a 17 1/4” body and 37” overall length. Built with a solid spruce top (of course) with mahogany sides and arched back, a Guild pick-up and discreet controls (no square cut out on the side), case and the other standard Westerly features. Guild quality in the smallest guitar of this series.