Sell My Vintage Guild Guitar
Here at Joe’s Vintage Guitars, we love vintage Guild instruments. Whether it is an acoustic or an electric instrument, we pay cash for your Guild guitar. I’m always looking for Guild x-500, Guild x-400, Guild x-350, Guild Starfire, Guild M-75, Guild D-55, or any other vintage model you may have! If you’re looking for someone to buy your Guild guitar, you’ve come to the right place! I will make you a fair cash offer for your treasured instrument, and will treasure and play it, or make sure it goes to someone who will. I can help you with questions like: “What is my Guild guitar worth?” If you have a vintage Guild guitar you’d like to sell, please call or text me at (602) 900 6635 or email me at email@example.com.
Dating A Vintage Guild Guitar By Serial Number
Finding the year of manufacture of your Guild guitar is imperative in order to figure out its value. Guild manufactured guitars from the early 1950s until today! Guild’s electric guitars were often the guitar of choice for many serious jazz players of the 1950s, but their fine acoustic guitars are what most people think of when they hear the name “Guild” today.
Figuring out the year your specific Guild guitar was made can be quite a difficult endeavor, and we recommend seeking expert advice if you believe the guitar is of great value to ensure that the price accurately reflects the model/condition. This is especially true for Guild guitars made before the 1960s, as records are either unreliable or missing entirely. The best we can do for these is to reference the approximate last serial numbers for this timeframe listed in the Guild Guitar Book by Hans Moust. Here are the approximate serial number ranges for Guild guitars from 1952-1960.
Guild guitars made after 1960 often have a serial number specific to their model. The guild guitars website has a very handy chart to help with deciphering this very confusing serial number system. Access the chart here.