Guild M 20 E
The Guild M-20 was the first guitar of the plant line in 1967 and features on the album cover of Nick Drake's "Bryter Later" album giving the guitar a nickname "the Nick Drake guitar". The M-20 E is a concert sized all solid mahogany electro-acoustic guitar featuring a rosewood bridge and fingerboard with a luscious light satin finish allowing the guitar to breathe and resonate to the full potential of the mahogany.
Built in the new state of the art California facility to the Guild standard with period correct appointments including a vintage style rosette and traditional Guild inlaid peak logo on the headstock. All completed with a hand signed certificate of authenticity and shipped in a hard shell case.
In terms of tone and sonic character there oodles of charm, with a familiarity, you get from the dry mahogany punch. Harmonic overtones galore although foundation response is not lost or overpowered by the clarity and tight definition. A great drop tuning guitar.
The L.R.Baggs Element VTC pickup system is again built in California and unlike standard under saddle acoustic pickups that rely on string compression, this beautiful sounding active pickup has been designed to mirror the soundboards movements you create. Unrivalled dynamic range and minimal construction create the intimate pairing between the pickup and the guitar for the highest possible fidelity.
|Guild Model||M 20 E|
|Body Top||Solid African Mahogany|
|Body Back||Solid African Mahogany|
|Body Sides||Solid African Mahogany|
|Bracing||Scalloped Sitka Spruce|
|Finish||Satin varnish in Vintage Sunburst|
|Body Length||18″ (457 mm)|
|Pickup||LR Baggs Element with Volume and Tone Control|
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