Guild F-512E 12-String Acoustic/Electric, Antique Sunburst
Guild F-512E 12-String Acoustic/Electric Guitar, Antique Sunburst
Famously played by Tom Petty, David Gilmour and Stevie Ray Vaughan, Guild has defined the 12-string sound in the 1960s, letting these iconic guitars continue to be the most sought after 12-string models today. The Guild F-512E 12-string acoustic/electric, made in Southern California, continues this legacy, colored in a gorgeous Antique Sunburst finish gloss lacquer finish and a abalone and ABS ring rosette.
Showing off a jumbo-shaped Indian rosewood back and sides with a solid AAA Sitka spruce top, this guitar sings with vibrant resonance, braced with delicate and scalloped Adirondack spruce that produces shimmering highs, bellowing mids and a warm, focused bass response that truly sets it apart. It has a C-profile three-piece mahogany neck with a center strip made of walnut for extra reinforcement, home to an ebony fingerboard adorned with twenty medium frets and mother-of-pearl V-block inlays.
With the railroad track fingerboard purfling and the fully bound traditional headstock, players will feel like they are holding a piece of history while starting their own. The L.R. Baggs Anthem electronics installed comes with a volume, mix and phase control set, and is stabilized by the Indian rosewood bridge and the Gotoh SE701 open gear gold tuning machines. Where beautiful design meets glorious tone — the Guild F=512E is a one-of-a-kind instrument ready for you now at Replay Guitar Exchange!
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Neck material: mahogany w/ walnut center strip
Scale length: 25.625"
Nut width: 1.875"
Fingerboard radius: 12"
Neck shape: C
Fingerboard material: ebony
Frets: 20, medium
Country of origin: USA
Hard shell case included