Providing the boldest projection available, Guild’s F50 Jumbo Acoustic is one of the original Guild flat-tops. First made in 1954, it reigned atop the Guild acoustic line and would go on to be popularized by exceptional players such as Eric Clapton, who graced the cover of the 1968 Guild catalog with his F50.
Guild F50 Jumbo Features
- Jumbo Body with Solid AAA Sitka Spruce Top
- Figured Maple Back and Sides
- 3-Piece Mahogany and Walnut Neck
- Ebony Fingerboard with Rosewood Bridge
- Deluxe Hardshell Case Included
Today’s F50 has many features of the best vintage instruments, with a 4.8 inch-deep body, a relocated X
bracing pattern and a new sculpted rosewood bridge. Other features include a solid AAA spruce top, arched figured maple back and solid figured maple sides, a bound ebony fingerboard with traditional mother of pearl and abalone block inlays, G
-shield headstock logo, gold hardware and a pure nitrocellulose lacquer finish.