How much is a Madeira guitar worth?
Madeira by Guild guitars sell for, and are worth, whatever someone is willing to pay. Many knowledgeable guitarist would howl at an A-30M priced at $500. Others say a good A-30M (one with minimal fret wear, clean body, etc…) is a grab at $200-$250.
Who makes Madeira guitars?
Madeira Guitars used to be Guild’s import brand. They were first made in Japan with USA parts then were made in Korea with USA parts by Samick (which also still makes Sigma for Martin, Epiphone for Gibson, and Squire for Fender but not with USA parts anymore).
Are Madera guitars good?
One of our best selling acoustic guitars. The Madera LD411 is truly a tough guitar to beat for the price. Excellent tone & volume. Easy playing neck and a variety of great colours are available.
How do you date a guild in acoustic?
The serial number is stamped on the back of the headstock, and at (semi) acoustic guitars on the bottom inside of the body or stamped on the neck block. If you want to know the year of manufacture of your Guild guitar, you can decipher it with the serial number decoder, or find it in the tables below.
Are Beaver Creek guitars any good?
Very good guitar. Perfect for my 6 yr old who is learning. Build quality and sound is much better than what I was expecting from a guitar at this low price. I don’t play, but the music place my daughter goes to started carrying this brand after she started her lessons because they were impressed how well it sounded.
Are Guild guitars good?
Guilds are very good guitars, I own one and have owned a few others. Usually a good guitar for the money and built very well. I nice guild will give the others a run for the money. Guild builds great guitars.
Are Guild guitars made in China?
Where are Guild Guitars made? Guild USA acoustic models, currently including the M, D, F, and F twelve-string body shapes, are proudly made in our Oxnard, California factory. The Westerly Collection acoustic guitar models are made in China by our skilled factory partners.
How can I tell what year my guitar was made?
For US instruments, the serial number will start with a letter. That letter indicates the decade. The second character will usually be a number. That number indicates the specific year.