Guild has unveiled a trio of new acoustic guitars for 2021: the BT-240E, F-240E, and the BT-258E.
Each of the acoustics – a pair of baritones (an 8-string and a 6-string) and a regular 6-string among them – features a Fishman pickup system and a Jumbo body shape.
You can read more about each of the new models below.
A six-string baritone, the BT-240E features a pressed-back construction with a solid spruce top, a mahogany back, and rosewood sides.
The Guild BT-240E will be available March 1 for $499.
The F-240E features a solid spruce top, mahogany back and sides, and a pau ferro fretboard.
The Guild F-240E will be available on April 1 for $399.
An eight-string baritone acoustic, the BT-258E features two additional octave strings for, Guild says, "a bit of sparkle."
It boasts a solid Sitka spruce top, rosewood back and sides, and a bound mahogany neck, and is tuned down to B, E, A, a, D, d, D, F#, and B, with the A and D strings doubled-up for a thicker sound.
The Guild BT-258E will be available on March 1 for $629.
For more info on all of Guild's guitars, stop by guildguitars.com.
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