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Thread: Opinion of Tacoma Built Guilds

  1. #21
    I have 3 Tacoma made Guilds Each is a joy to play. The F-30 Aragon being my favorite, hard to believe all that rich beautiful sound is coming from that little ax.

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    Given your positive assessment of these builds, does anyone think this is a great buy?

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    I own two Tacoma-built 2005 Guild F50r.
    They are two of my favorite acoustic guitars of all time!
    1975 G-41 w/K&K Mini (Westerly)
    1992 JF-30 Blonde, soon to get K&K Mini (Westerly)
    2002 X160 Rockabilly, w/DeArmond 2000s, (Corona)
    2003 JF-30 Black w/K&K Mini (Corona)
    2005 F50R Natural w/K&K Mini (Tacoma) “Kristofferson”
    2005 F50R 'Burst w/ K&K Mini (Tacoma)
    2012 F-50 Maple w/DTAR (New Hartford)

    2012 Gibson SJ-200 Standard Ebony (Bozeman)
    2012 Gretsch G6120 Chet Atkins (Terada)

    Quilter MP200 amp w/12" ext cab
    K&K Pure PreAmp
    Fishman Aura Spectrum PreAmp
    Various EFX pedals

  4. #24
    Quote Originally Posted by jedzep View Post
    Given your positive assessment of these builds, does anyone think this is a great buy?

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    I doubt you will find one any cheaper that is in as good of condition.
    As I have said before, used Guild prices are going up.
    Happiness Is A New Set Of Strings
    Taylor Martin Guild

  5. #25
    I love all USA-built Guilds. But my favorites are those made in Tacoma.

    Bill

  6. #26
    Quote Originally Posted by 6L6 View Post
    I love all USA-built Guilds. But my favorites are those made in Tacoma.

    Bill
    I was waiting for you to chime in!

    Every time I think I should sell my F40 to fund another purchase, I play it and change my mind.
    Hoboken: '64 F20, '64 F30
    Westerly: '77 F112, '90 D25, '92 Songbird, '00 Blues 90
    Corona: '03 D50
    Tacoma: '07 F30, '07 F40
    New Hartford: '12 D50 Standard, '12 F47R, '12 G312;
    '13 Orpheum OM Mahogany; '13 Orpheum Slope-Shoulder Mahogany,
    '13 Orpheum Slope Shoulder Rosewood prototype
    China: GAD-F20

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    I had 4 Tacoma built dreadnoughts: 2005 D-55, just a cannon of a sound. 2006 D-50, Bluegrass Special a fine well balanced rosewood, 2005 D-40 Bluegrass Jubilee a wonderful all around mahogany mid and well balanced sound and finally a 2006 D-40 Ritchie Havens double pick-guard mahogany very faithful to it's predecessor. All wonderful made and most importantly sounding guitars!

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