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1985 Guild X 88D X88D electric guitar

Sold ! This guitar is no longer for sale (sold on 2007-06-11)
Price : US $480



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Another guitar from the collection of guitar historian and journalist Michael Wright.* THIS ACTUAL GUITAR WAS PICTURED ON PAGE 56 OF WRIGHT’S 2000 BOOK GUITAR STORIES VOLUME 2. More guitars from his collection will be posted over the next few weeks.

If there’s a Rodney Dangerfield of American electric guitars, Guild might be a good candidate for the distinction. They just never seem to get the respect they deserve. But like dear Rodney, most of them are really, really good. And if you want proof, check out this dandy NOS 1985 Guild X-88D.
Well, technically speaking this isn’t NOS because it was purchased once by Mr. Wright, however, it had sat new and forgotten in the basement of Benny Cintioli’s music store for nearly a decade before Cintioli moved his store to a new location up the block. That’s when all these unsold treasures started showing up on the racks and when it moved into the trunk of Wright’s car.
Guild was one of the newer American guitar companies, beginning back in 1952 in New York, built out of the ruins of a disastrous labor strike that shut down Epiphone. Epi subsequently moved down to Philly and was purchased by Gibson in ’57. Guild immediately established itself as a top-notch manufacturer of archtop guitars, as well as a full range of acoustics. They got into the solidbody electric game in around 1963 or so with their Thunderbird and Jet-Star...


Sold ! This guitar is sold (sold on 2007-06-11)



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