One of the first dreadnought guitars introduced by Guild
in 1963, this model (originally named the "Bluegrass Special") offers
all the best acoustic guitar features in one model, and has great tonal depth
and power. Like the best late 60s versions, the new D50 features a Spruce
top, Rosewood back and sides, 4.8" body depth, "X" bracing,
an Ebony fretboard, and a sculpted Rosewood bridge. Other features include
a Tortoise shell pickguard, Mother-of-Pearl dot position inlays, black &
white multiple binding and the classic Chesterfield headstock logo.