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An arched back dreadnaught with a very bright sound resulting from its body design and the carefully selected resonant woods of which it is made. Picks up well on a microphone — a feature all studio musicians appreciate. A distinctive Guild in a highly polished all-blonde finish.
(Source: 1975 Guild Catalog)
1987 Guild JF-30 BLD, Stunning! Guild’s best value in jumbo guitars is the JF30, combining the Maple body design of the F50 with a Rosewood fretboard and bridge. Body dimensions (17″ wide, 21″ long and the modern 5″ depth) and comes with a solid AA Spruce top with solid curly Maple sides and a laminated arched Curly Maple back. The headstock is inlaid with Guild’s Chesterfield logo; the three-piece Maple neck is outfitted with a select Rosewood fretboard and Mother-of-Pearl dot position inlay.