The full-bodied and powerful tone of this Guild dreadnought provides guitarists with a classic acoustic sound and balanced voicing. Built with solid African mahogany top, back and sides, the D-120CE also features an elegant cutaway for access to higher frets, and a hidden Guild/Fishman AP1 with Sonicore pickup. Additional features include an Indian rosewood fingerboard and bridge, bone nut and saddle, and period-correct tortoiseshell pickguard. A mother-of-pearl rosette and Guild’s iconic Chesterfield headstock emblem reminiscent of 1960s models complete the package. The D-120CE includes Guild’s new lightweight polyfoam case and is available in Natural or Cherry Red gloss finish.
- Back & Sides Wood: Solid African Mahogany
- Case: Guild Dreadnought Polyfoam Case Included
- Electronics: Guild/Fishman AP1 with Sonicore pickup, Volume and Tone controls
- Style: Dreadnought Acoustic Steel with a Cutaway
- Top Wood: Solid African Mahogany
Westerly Collection: 120 Series
|Body Top||Solid African Mahogany|
|Body Back||Solid African Mahogany|
|Body Sides||Solid African Mahogany|
|Bracing||Westerly Dreadnought Sitka Spruce Scalloped X Brace|
|Rosette||Black/White Striped with MOP Ring|
|Finish||Natural Gloss Polyurethane|
|Body Depth Upper Bout||4? (101 mm)|
|Body Depth Lower Bout||4 1/2? (114 mm)|
|Body Length||20? (508 mm)|
|Body Width Lower Bout||15 3/4? (400 mm)|
|Body Width Upper Bout||11 1/2? (292 mm)|
|Overall Guitar Length||42? (1067 mm)|
|Guitar Weight||5 lbs|
|Body Binding||Black ABS|
|Neck Shape||C Shape|
|Scale Length||25 1/2? (648 mm)|
|Nut Width||1 3/4? (44.5mm)|
|Fingerboard Material||Indian rosewood|
|Fingerboard Inlays||Mother-of-Pearl Dot|
|# of Frets||20|
|Tuning Machines||Guild Die-Cast Closed-Gear|
|Truss Rod||Single Action|
|Truss Rod Wrench||4mm Hex Key|
Due to ongoing product development efforts, specifications are subject to change without notice.
The Westerly Collectionpays homage to an important period in Guild�s early history, when Guild outgrew the beloved Hoboken, New Jersey factory, and moved production to Westerly, Rhode Island in 1967. Finding a home in a former furniture manufacturing building, Guild took advantage of the additional space the new location had to offer, and improved upon the production layout left behind in Hoboken.
With a fresh start, highly skilled employees, and plenty of room to grow, Guild flourished. It was not long before the Westerlyfactory became renowned for exceptional craftsmanship, quality, and the introduction of many beloved Guild acoustics. The dedication to innovation was apparent, with meticulous attention to detail. Inspired by this golden era, the Guild Westerly Collection carries on the tradition of impeccable workmanship and unwavering excellence by incorporating high-quality materials and classic Guild designs into each instrument.