The Guild F-47R Grand Orchestra Acoustic Guitar is the rosewood brother to the maple œ47 and was designed to produce warm and rich tones suited to both the strummer and finger stylist. The scalloped ... Read More
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The Guild F-47R Grand Orchestra Acoustic Guitar is the rosewood brother to the maple œ47 and was designed to produce warm and rich tones suited to both the strummer and finger stylist. The scalloped braced red spruce top and Indian rosewood body projects a familiar and welcome tone with excellent low-end complexity.
During the late 50s and early 60s, Guild small body acoustics were the definitive guitars of the folk explosion, and to this day the full, balanced sound of a Guild orchestra or grand orchestra model is perfect for nearly any style of playing, both in live performance or recording.
Solid red spruce top
Scalloped red spruce bracing
Solid indian rosewood back
Solid indian rosewood sides
Mother-of-pearl block position inlays
Bone bridge pins
Nitrocellulose lacquer body finish
Gloss lacquer neck finish
Gotoh se700 series open back machine heads
unique features: ebony headcap with pearl logo, dovetail neck joint with slim heel, lightweight laminated birch tail-block, 30' radius top, 16" lower bout, red spruce scalloped braced top, tortoise shell pickguard, bone bridge pins, white neck and body bindings with multi-laminate purfling, bone nut and saddle, mother-of-pearl block position inlays, mother-of-pearl guild headstock crest shield, dual-action truss rod