1980 Guild G-37 Dreadnought Guitar

I've never worked on a Guild G-37 before, but it's much like their other press-arched-back dreadnoughts from the same time but with maple back and sides. It's a slick-looking guitar, and now that it's had its work done, it plays like a champ. It's got a forward, punchy, even sound that feels like it's "throwing-out" right into the audience.

I gave it a neck reset and Jose did the rest -- gave it a level/dress of the frets, new saddle, and setup work. It's a great-looking guitar and very clean, too, for its age. The neck is quick and easy and I'm always a fan of ruddy-colored rosewood like the stuff used in this fretboard.