Guild F-2612CE Deluxe Antique Sunburst

Brand: Guild
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Stock Id: GUILD-D2612-CE

Guild F-2612CE Deluxe Antique Sunburst

Brand: Guild
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Stock Id: GUILD-D2612-CE

Add a little something extra to your 12-string with the D-2612CE Deluxe! This dreadnought guitar is a powerhouse of a 12-string, featuring a solid spruce top with a stunning arched striped ebony back and striped ebony sides. This unique tonewood gives the D-2612CE Deluxe a clear, powerful voice with a pronounced bass response while a gloss finish highlights its unique striping pattern. The D-2612CE Deluxe's twelve strings, combined with its arched back, give this guitar unparalleled projection and sustain—a welcome addition to Guild's legacy of quality 12-string instruments. Premium appointments include a mother-of-pearl rosette, Guild Peak headstock logo, pau ferro fingerboard and bridge, and Fishman Sonitone pickup with volume and tone controls.

Features

  • F-2612E ATB Deluxe 12-String:
    • Style: Jumbo Acoustic Steel with an Arched Back, Cutaway & Pickup
    • Top Wood: Solid Sitka Spruce
    • Back & Sides Wood: Striped Ebony
    • Electronics: Fishman Sonitone
    • Gig Bag: Guild Deluxe Gig Bag

Westerly Collection: Archbacks

Body

 

Body ShapeD - Dreadnought Cutaway
Body TopSolid Sitka Spruce
Top Bracing PatternScalloped X
Soundhole Diameter3 3/4" (95mm)
RosetteBlack / White / Black outer - Black / MOP / Black center - Black / White / Black inner
Top Purfling InlayBlack / White / Black / White ABS
Body SidesStriped Ebony
Side Purfling InlayN / A
Body BackArched Striped Ebony
Body BindingWhite ABS

Neck

 

Neck MaterialMahogany
Scale Length25 1/2" (648mm)
Neck ShapeC Shape
Nut Width1 7/8" (48mm)
Neck Thickness 1st Fret21mm
Neck Thickness 9th Fret22mm
Truss RodDual Action
Truss Rod Wrench4mm Allen Key
Fingerboard MaterialPau Ferro
Fingerboard Radius16" (406mm)
Fingerboard Inlays5mm Dots - Mother-Of-Pearl
Frets Total20

Finish

 

ColorAntique Burst (ATB)

Hardware

 

Bridge MaterialPau Ferro
Bridge String Spacing2 1/4" (57mm)
Bridge PinsIvory Colored Plastic with Black Dot
Saddle MaterialBone
Hardware Finish / PlatingNickel
Nut MaterialBone
Tuning MachinesGuild Closed-Gear in Nickel
EndpinStrap Button - Nickel
PickguardTortoiseshell

Electronics

 

ElectronicsGuild/Fishman Sonitone GT-1 with Volume and Tone controls
ControlsMaster Volume and Tone

Other

 

StringsD'Addario EXP38 - Coated Phosphor Bronze, 12-String, Light Gauge (.010 - .047)
Included CaseCase Sold Separately
Upper Bout Width11 1/2" (292mm)
Lower Bout Width15 3/4" (400mm)
Body Depth Upper Bout4" (101mm)
Body Depth Lower Bout4 3/4" (119mm)
Body Length20 1/2" (521mm)
Overall Length41 1/2" (1055mm)

Due to ongoing product development efforts, specifications are subject to change without notice.

The Westerly Collection pays 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. 

 

History of Guild Archbacks

Guild began its legacy in 1953 by producing archtop electric guitars for the Jazz market in New York city; these guitars were built with arched backs made from pressed laminate maple, a low-cost alternative to hand-carved maple backs typical in Jazz guitar construction. As the company grew and began offering flat-top acoustics in 1954, the first models such as the F-30, F-40 and F-50 shared this pressed laminate arched back construction, which became a Guild trademark. Other classic Guilds like the D-25 and F-412, icons of the brand’s history to this day, represent this unique combination of acoustic flat top and arched back guitar construction.

In addition to its classic look and ergonomic comfort, an arched back design prevents the need for the added support of back braces, reducing weight while increasing projection and volume, contributing to the revered Guild sound for which these historic models are so well loved. We’ve paid homage to this classic Guild design trademark with a full line of affordable Archback models, available now from the Westerly Collection in sizes ranging from Concert to Jumbo.