Introduced as a limited edition model, and manufactured in small numbers between 1981 & 1985, the Guild D-70 is one of the most deluxe flat tops ever produced by the company, with fewer than 300 thought to be in existence. Constructed from a Sitka Spruce top with Indian Rosewood back and sides, the D-70 features hand tuned scalloped bracing for one of the most resonant Guild dreadnoughts we have heard. This 1982 Guild D-70 was manufactured in the Westerly, Rhode Island factory and includes other deluxe appointments like a bough ebony fretboard with pearl inlay, ebony bridge, and maple body binding.
This D-70 is in excellent condition, with some minor patina and signs of lacquer aging, but no real play wear to speak of. It is internally and externally original, and includes its original case.