Guilds iconic M-20 was the first guitar off the production line in 1967, when the company had grown so much that they relocated to a new factory in Westerly, RI. Nearly 50 years later, history has repeated itself in a brand new, state-of-the-art facility in California. The M-20 is a concert size acoustic guitar built with solid mahogany top, back, and sides, informally nicknamed the Nick Drake guitar for its inclusion on the album art for Drakes album, Bryter Layter. It features a rosewood bridge and fingerboard, bone nut and saddle, and an extremely light satin finish that allows this guitar to truly sing. The M-20s modest appointments include a vintage style rosette and Guilds peak logo inlaid in mother-of-pearl on the headstock.
This being the M-20E version, this guitar also features an L.R. Baggs pickup system installed at the Guild shop with a "no-cut" style that puts the volume and tone controls just inside the sound hole.
Comes with Guild hardshell case.
|Number of Strings||6|
|Top Wood||Solid Mahogany|
|Back & Sides Wood||Solid Mahogany|
|Neck Shape||C shape|
|Fingerboard Inlay||Pearloid dots|
|Number of Frets||20|
|Tuning Machines||Vintage style open-gear, 20:1 ratio|
|Body Width||13.75" Lower, 10" Upper|
|Body Depth||4.12" Lower, 3.25" Upper|
|Strings||Coated Phosphor Bronze Light Gauge Coated Phosphor Bronze Light Gauge Coated Phosphor Bronze Light Gauge|