The CO-2 is an old solid wood, orchestra styled guitar from Guild. It features solid red spruce for the top, and solid mahogany for the back, sides, and neck; the neck, it should be noted, is a bolt-on style with 21 frets on a 25.5" scale.
All Guild 14 Models
It's a dreadnought shape with all solid mahogany construction. The neck is also mahogany and is satin finished - unlike the body which is a high gloss finish.
The guitar is all Mahogany with 20 medium sized frets on a rosewood fingerboard. The is finished in a beautiful deep red that you don't see that often on guitars anymore.
The D30 model features a solid sitka spruce top, rosewood bridge, figured maple sides and back, and a high-gloss nitro cellulose lacquer finish.
The guitar was made in 1985 at the Westerly, R.I. Guild factory. The guitar is a Dreadnaught style with ash back and sides, spruce top, gloss finish.
This Guild DV-52 is one of the best dreadnought guitars I have played, even when comparing it to older high dollar Gibsons, Martins and Taylors.
It has a very plain appearance, but the sound is what sold me on this guitar.
Designed in the late '60s as Guild's first jumbo 12-strings, the F-412 and it's sibling, the F-512, are two of our most enduring and popular guitars. The F-412 has an arched curly maple back and solid curly maple sides. Painstakingly true to it's vintage roots, this new version of the F-412 has the same body dimensions as the original. It features a solid AAA sitka spruce top, high-quality ebony fingerboard with abalone and mother of pearl block inlays, G-shield headstock inlay and gold Grover Rotomatic tuning machines.
Sound is wonderful. Fit of the guitar is great. Very solid, beautiful woodworking.
The GAD-30 has an orchestra body, solid spruce top, solid mahogany back and sides, rosewood fingerboard and bridge, bone nut and saddle, mahogany neck, wood binding and pearl dot inlay.
This full-bodied, high-volume body style was developed with an emphasis on string-to-string balance, so that treble, mid and bass registers project evenly. The result is one of the most musically versatile dreadnoughts anywhere.
It's made from some nice materials and has some great features, such as a bone nut and saddle, silver/gunmetal tuners and the one-piece Mahogany neck. Of course, it also sounds great, and includes a hard case in the deal!
The GAD G212 12 string Acoustic has a solid spruce top, solid mahogany back and sides, and a mahogany neck.
The JF30-12 combines the Maple body design of the JF30 with a hand-shaped 12-string neck. This jumbo flattop?17" wide, 21" long and 5" deep?features a solid AA Spruce top, solid curly Maple sides and an arched laminated Curly Maple back.