This guitar is in on consignment and itis in great shape for approaching 50 years old! The neck is straight, the frets are crowned and the truss rod is working. The body has weather checked up nicely and looks great. It is free from any severe wear and tear and is in quite nice shape. These were basically student guitars so it COULD play better if you invested in a refret/fingerboard plane, however for strumming chords and keeping things simple this is a great guitar
With its laminated arched maple back, the Guild G-37 was a lower -end dreadnought introduced in 1972. This guitar also featured a Mahogany neck, Rosewood fingerboard, and dot inlays. In 1987, the G-37 was renamed the D-30.
Nobody treats used guitars like we do at The Music Gallery! All trade in's go through an inspection, cleaning, restring and setup before being put out on sale. We even put guitars with bad frets through our Plek machine if need be. If this service peaks your interest learn more here or give us a call!