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Brand Guild
Category 6-string Acoustic Guitars
String Type: Steel,
Number of Strings: 6,
Body Shape: Dreadnought,
Left-/Right-handed: Right-handed,
Color: Antique Burst,
Finish: Gloss Polyurethane,
Top Wood: Solid Sitka Spruce,
Back & Sides Wood: Solid African Mahogany,
Body Bracing: Sitka Spruce Scalloped X-bracing,
Binding: Ivory ABS,
Neck Wood: African Mahogany,
Neck Shape: C,
Radius: 16",
Fingerboard Material: Rosewood,
Fingerboard Inlay: Mother-of-Pearl Dots,
Number of Frets: 20, Medium Jumbo,
Scale Length: 25.5",
Tuning Machines: Open Gear,
Bridge Material: Rosewood,
Nut/Saddle Material: Bone/Bone,
Nut Width: 1.75",
Strings: D'Addario, .012-.053,
Case Included: Gig Bag,
Manufacturer Part Number: 384-0400-737,

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Beautiful Guitar

2 years ago

I did a lot of research to find this Guitar. There is nothing like it in this price range. Solid wood, fully glossed, beautiful binding, and inlay. Great tone and set up. Paul at Sweetwater was very good to me. I highly recommend this guitar. Keep on playing my friends.

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Outstanding dreadnaught, hard to beat value

Nels Gilbertson-Urtel
2 years ago

I've had a Guild D-140 for almost a month now and I have a hard time putting it down. Excellent balance up and down the fret board, plenty of projection but not bright or brash. Just a full, punchy, resonant all-solid dreadnaught sound for a great price. The tone is already warming up nicely after only a month and becoming even more versatile.

Difficult to believe....

3 years ago

I already have (OM-size) "off-shore" Guild, and have been really pleased with it. Needed a new dread , so starting looking for a Guild. I played and American-made (Oxnard) D-40, and a D-140 (made at Guilds factory in China). Was there a difference? Yes. Was it $3000 worth of difference. No way. This D-140 is everything I could ask for from a solid wood dreadnaught: Loud, yet crisp, read more with a sustain that is just amazing. Fit and finish seems perfect, and the "hard bag" is really nice. If you're looking for ALL a solid wood Spruce/Mahogany dread, for well under $1000, I highly recommend you take a close look at the D-140.

Why is this not very popular?

3 years ago

This Guild D-140 should be very popular! It sounds and looks like a $3,000 guitar. For $... this guitar is big bargain. I can't believe I didn't know about this good thing a watch a lot of videos on YouTube and read a lot of reviews that's how I discovered this guitar. It has solid bass and sweet treble and volume. And so beautiful. The finish is perfect on antique sunburst. The read more only thing I didn't like are the strings that came with it. I replaced it with Elixir 12-53 phosphor bronze and I put LR Baggs Anthem Tru Mic and it sounded like a huge guitar like a D-55. Now I'm thinking about getting a D-40 with a natural finish.

Great Guitar!

Sweetwater Customer
3 years ago

Was looking for a full sized Dreadnought and this one caught my eye. After letting it adjust to the local climate for a few days, the D-140 plays wonderfully. The set up was on point! I expected the guitar to be heavier, as as my solid D'Angelico Bowery is a tank, but it is light. I dig the tones, hooked it up to a Seymour Duncan Woody and it sounds great amplified. The bass read more in this guitar is so good. Great mid-range price guitar. Side note, the guitar came with a small clip on mic that is not mentioned anywhere on SW's or Guild's website.

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