NAMM 2017: Guild Announces new T-Bird models

Guild continues to soar with new T-Bird models.

Santa Monica, CA – Building upon the smash hit of the S-200 T-Bird reissue, Guild has announced two new T- Bird ST models, featuring the same unique, asymmetrical shape, but with a simplified feature sets. Minimalist players will appreciate the added stability and reliability of a stopbar tailpiece and pared down electronic controls, while enjoying the retro vibe.

The T-Bird ST’s dual LB-1 Little Bucker pickups are replicas of Guild’s 1960s smaller size humbucking pickups, offering a range of tones well-suited for a variety of playing styles and genres. The dual Guild Franz P90 pickups found on the T-Bird ST P90 are perfect for the player looking for that crisp, vintage, single-coil sound, offering plenty of mid-range output that can be driven to a soaring classic rock tone.

Both models feature vintage C shape set mahogany necks, and bound rosewood fingerboard with mother-of-pearl block inlays. Other period-correct details include open gear vintage tuning machines, and famed asymmetrical headstock adorned with Guild’s logo and Thunderbird icon in mother-of-pearl. The T-Bird ST is available in a classic Vintage White, while the T-Bird ST P90 comes in Pelham Blue. A padded Guild deluxe gig bag is included.

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T-Bird Line-Up
S-200 Antique Burst – Street $849.99
S-200 Black – Street $849.99
T-Bird ST – Street $799.99
T-Bird ST P90 – Street $799.99
About Guild Guitars

Established in 1953, Guild is one of the world’s historic guitar manufacturers with a long-standing reputation for building iconic musical instruments. From the New York jazz scene in the 1950s, Richie Havens’ legendary performance at Woodstock, to Seattle’s Kim Thayil of Soundgarden, Guild guitars helped create some of the greatest music in history.

With a tradition built on old world craftsmanship, quality, and value, Guild guitars have always been made to be played. For more information, visit www.guildguitars.com.

Visit Guild Guitars’ exhibit at the 2017 Winter NAMM Show, located at Booth 5308.

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