Guild 12 Strings
The quality and viability of our jumbo-style 12-string guitars have garnered Guild a permanent place in guitar history. As guitar historians Tom and Mary Anne Evans once wrote, the basic virtue of Guild 12-strings is that they are "very loud and have a clarity and definition of sound not normally associated with 12-string guitars." One of the keys to achieving that clarity and definition is the stout, durable style of construction that our craftsmen employ. While body size and scale length are the same as our six-string jumbos, our 12-strings are 1-13/16 inches wide at the nut, feature our double truss rod system and pack a specially engineered bracing pattern. If you think a 12-string acoustic means an unplayable, unarticulated blur of tone, you’ve never tried a Guild 12-string.