Guild M-20 Acoustic Guitar 1965 – Very Good – Natural Mahogany

Guild M-20 Acoustic Guitar 1965 – Very Good – Natural Mahogany

Up for sale is this wonderful 1965 Guild M-20 acoustic guitar in natural mahogany. This is the second M-20 I’ve owned, and I have to say it is one of the best sounding acoustics I’ve every played. It has a really unique sound that is amazingly warm and rich. It has a fuller sound than most dreadnought guitars or larger acoustics.

The body has a beautiful rich reddish mahogany color and it is made of solid mahogany on the top, sides and bottom. The neck is also mahogany with a rosewood fingerboard and bridge. The neck is straight and the frets are in great condition.The guitar comes with a vintage 1960s hard case, but I’m not sure if it is original or not (see pictures).

Size and dimensions:

  • Nut width: 1 11/16”
  • Neck radius: 10”
  • Scale: 24 5/8”
  • Overall length: 38 3/4”
  • Width: 13 7/8”
  • Depth: 3 3/4”
  • Action at 12th fret Low E string: 3mm
  • Action at 12th fret High E string: 1.75mm

Condition: Overall very good condition. There are very few marks or scratches on the guitar. The guitar shows some minor wear along the back edges.

  • The bridge was separating slightly and was re-glued. This is not noticeable in the pictures and has no affect on how it plays or sounds.
  • The bottom board where it attaches to the bottom side was separated and re-glued at some time in its past. It is barely noticeable and may not be noticeable in the pictures.
  • Bridge pins are newer.
  • Slight bubbling or wrinkle in the plastic black cover on the headstock near the D-string peg (see pictures).
The guitar has been setup with new strings and sounds great!
The 1960s hard case is included with the guitar. The stand used in the pictures is not included.

Free shipping in the United States. Please feel free to ask any questions.

Description

Up for sale is this wonderful 1965 Guild M-20 acoustic guitar in natural mahogany. This is the second M-20 I’ve owned, and I have to say it is one of the best sounding acoustics I’ve every played. It has a really unique sound that is amazingly warm and rich. It has a fuller sound than most dreadnought guitars or larger acoustics.

The body has a beautiful rich reddish mahogany color and it is made of solid mahogany on the top, sides and bottom. The neck is also mahogany with a rosewood fingerboard and bridge. The neck is straight and the frets are in great condition.The guitar comes with a vintage 1960s hard case, but I’m not sure if it is original or not (see pictures).

Size and dimensions:

  • Nut width: 1 11/16”
  • Neck radius: 10”
  • Scale: 24 5/8”
  • Overall length: 38 3/4”
  • Width: 13 7/8”
  • Depth: 3 3/4”
  • Action at 12th fret Low E string: 3mm
  • Action at 12th fret High E string: 1.75mm

Condition: Overall very good condition. There are very few marks or scratches on the guitar. The guitar shows some minor wear along the back edges.

  • The bridge was separating slightly and was re-glued. This is not noticeable in the pictures and has no affect on how it plays or sounds.
  • The bottom board where it attaches to the bottom side was separated and re-glued at some time in its past. It is barely noticeable and may not be noticeable in the pictures.
  • Bridge pins are newer.
  • Slight bubbling or wrinkle in the plastic black cover on the headstock near the D-string peg (see pictures).

The guitar has been setup with new strings and sounds great!
The 1960s hard case is included with the guitar. The stand used in the pictures is not included.

Free shipping in the United States. Please feel free to ask any questions.

Additional information

Brand

Guild

Model

M-20

Year

1965

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Shipping Info (Free Shipping)

FREE SHIPPING IS AVAILABLE ON THIS ITEM.

All sold guitars are handled and shipped within 2 days of purchase. For most deliveries in the United States, we use UPS.

Packing process:

  • Guitar is inspected
  • Strings loosened
  • Neck and head wrapped and supported
  • Body wrapped and supported
  • Inserted into guitar case (if sold with guitar)
  • Inserted into box
  • Taped/sealed
  • UPS pickup