Small guitar, Big Sound!
I have owned a Martin LX1e, as well as a Taylor GS Mini Mahogany and now the Guild Jumbo Junior. If I had to rank them it would be close between the GS Mini and the Jumbo Jr. they both sound great in different ways. Also, both have great playability. So far, I think the Guild has a little bigger and rounder sound. It is really fun to pickup and play. Do wish it came with the gigbag, but I guess that’s the price difference between the GS and the Guild.
Guild Jumbo Junior is a great value
1 person found this review helpful.
Super quick delivery and after a week I find the Jumbo Junior a keeper. I love that a nice case is included and the size and weight is light. I plan on taking this with me wherever I go so its size is perfect.
The frets are a little sharp which is the only reason I did not do 5 stars but nothing a few gentle fret filing won't fix and I expected to do a tiny bit of setup as its right out of the box. The finish on the neck has a satin like feel which I love and the Guild has plenty of tone and sustain.
I really looked at cost vs other gear and value and the Guild came out on top. I'm very happy I chose the Guild!
Guild Jumbo Junior
By: Clyde Martin
3 people found this review helpful.
After trying a multitude of Taylors & Martins that were very expensive I came upon this little jewel. Sound is incredible and it plays so smooth and easy. I highly recommend this guitar. You can't go wrong, put a set of Earthwood strings on her and you'll be impressed !
Great little guitar with a BIG sound!!
6 people found this review helpful.
Out of the box it needed a little adjustment to the truss rod as the strings were pretty high. It tuned up right away and since settling in it has been an awesome little guitar. Great tone and excellent projection. Doesn't sound "small."