Guild D-25 Review

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Guild D-25

“Fantastic tone with Martin medium strings, lots of...”

Written on: 09/03/2008

Bad Points
Can't afford a second one.

General Comments
Fantastic tone with Martin medium strings, lots of bass response, and loud withit. A superb alternative to a Martin.

Mine is about 15 years old, and I love it.

Ian Anderson

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Victor Trolio's Comment

Written on: 21/09/2010

from JETHRO TULL ? any how...the d-25 is played alot here..between the time
<br/>i work with the d-4...both built at the RI. shop....by the veteran crew.
<br/>currently i,m using de aderio lite...or twelves....on all of my instruments.
<br/>sound is mystical and hard to put my finger on the reason for the great quality in this low rated ax. i,ve done up grades to all my guitars and with out a doubt using the fossilized mamoth bone saddle has been one of the reasons that contribute to the d-25,s clarity and sustain. I know what the
<br/>other players mean..when they say theyed stack these guitars against the best made...or known...I,ve never owned a martain...played a vintage d-30 with
<br/>roached strings.....amazing...this being said...if you can find a vintage
<br/>guild d-25...sell the farm and worry about the rest latter. victor

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