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Guild F47R SOLD

I’ve always been attracted to a guitar that gives you a lot of sound even with a soft touch. There’s something amazing about playing an instrument that really responds to every subtle little shift of your fingers; it makes you feel like there is one less wall between the sound in your head and what the rest of the room will hear. The Guild F47R is one such guitar. It will never be the loudest guitar in the room, but it has a beautiful sustain at any volume, even with the softest strum you can manage. The narrow waist and smaller lower bout of this Grand Orchestra Model help keep the volume and projection consistent across the entire fingerboard. The Spruce top with Rosewood back and sides combine to create an airy, open, expansive sound that stays clear and defined even at the low end.


* Model Name – F-47R
* Category – Traditional Series
* Body Style – Grand Orchestra
* Top – Solid Red Spruce
* Bracing – Guild® Scalloped Red Spruce
* Back – Solid Indian Rosewood
* Sides – Solid Indian Rosewood
* Bridge – Indian Rosewood
* Neck – 3-Piece Mahogany/Walnut/Mahogany
* Fretboard – Indian Rosewood, 12″ Radius, (305 mm)
* Width at Nut – 1-11/16” (43 mm)
* No. of Frets – 20
* Scale Length – 25-5/8″ (651 mm)
* Hardware – Nickel-Plated
* Machine Heads – Gotoh® SE700 Series Nickel-Plated Open-Back Tuners
* Finish – High Gloss Nitrocellulose Lacquer
* 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