Guild : Left Handed Acoustic Guitars

The Guild Guitar Company was founded in 1952 in New York by Alfred Dronge, a guitarist and music-store owner, and George Mann, an ex-executive from Epiphone.  Although initially producing both electric and acoustic instruments, Guild was taken over in 1995 by Fender who later discontinued production of the electric guitar range.

Guild are a company who seem to completely buck the trend when it comes to building left handed guitars.  Unlike other acoustic instrument manufacturers that we’ve looked at who produce nearly all of their models left handed, Guild offer up a measly one single acoustic model to the southpaw fraternity.  As a result I doubt we’ll see too many southpaw acoustic players sporting a Guild guitar in the near future!

Guild GAD-50L Left Handed Acoustic Guitar

Guild GAD 50L Left Handed Acoustic Guitar Lefty

Featuring all-solid tonewoods and tasteful, elegant cosmetic appointments, the GAD series continues the Guild tradition of high value guitars for the serious player of any musical style. The GAD-50L is the left-handed version of the GAD-50 dreadnought model. It utilizes the time-tested match of a spruce top with rosewood back and sides producing powerful, rich bass tones and clear trebles.  Premium appointments include exotic wood binding and mother-of-pearl inlays.

  • Solid spruce top with scalloped bracing
  • Indian rosewood back and sides
  • Rosewood fingerboard and bridge
  • Bone nut and saddle
  • Hardshell Case

For more information:
Guild Guitars Website

13 replies
  1. Jason
    Jason says:

    When did they stop producing electrics? I friend of mine picked up an older (maybe 1960 or 70’s era) s-100 at a pawn shop for $250.00!!!!! Awesome guitar and a steal – even if it was a righty model.

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  2. keith dyson
    keith dyson says:

    I’ve got £1000 burning a hole in my pocket, your website is too complicated, I want details and prices, I’m not brill on PC. I want an electro acoustic with a 43-45 mm nut, I don’t strum i’m a picker, but I also play bottleneck, I don’t need a high action, ordinary action is fine. I need a cutaway model with a case. I’ve been in all shops in Sheffield, i’d have better luck in the middle of the Sahara! I’ve also rung several places asking the nut width of the Fairy Venus and Jupiter Hi gloss electro acoustics??? no luck, you’d think i’d asked for directions to the moon. Best of luck, Keith

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