Guild Updates Bluesbird with Modern Lightweight Reissue

The Bluesbird reflects Guild’s return to yet another historic solidbody model
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Guild has given its Bluesbird model an update in its new lightweight reissue of the guitar.

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The Bluesbird reflects Guild’s return to yet another historic solidbody model. Originally released in 1970 as the solidbody counterpart to the M-75 Aristocrat, the Bluesbird was subject to a few design changes over the decades.

Today’s reissue features a carved maple top and maintains many of the aesthetic traits of the M-75 Bluesbird of the late 60s. Its lightweight chambered mahogany body allows for improved resonance and unparalleled comfort, making this guitar one of the lightest in its class. The Bluesbird features a 24 3/4” scale, and fast-playing vintage C shaped neck.

While many of the Bluesbird's specifications remain faithful to the original model, today’s updated version comes equipped with USA-made Seymour Duncan pickups, as well as a TonePros locking tune-o-matic bridge and stopbar tailpiece to offer the most versatile version of this guitar to date. Grover Sta-Tite tuning machines and Guild's deluxe padded gig bag round out this ultimate package.

The Bluesbird is available in a sleek Jet Black, and Iced Tea Burst with a flamed maple top.

STREET PRICES: Bluesbird Iced Tea Burst, $999; Jet Black, $939

For more information, visit GuildGuitars.com.

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