The Guild Camp Guitar

1526500689

A concert size guitar with a mahagony body.

Notes
1526500688
1526500688
1526500689

Includes lightweight polyfoam carrying case.

Notes
Bmc 031918 guitar 0002 gw mg tlbciw
1526500687
1526500691

An iconic Chesterfield headstock emblem.

Notes
1526500693
1526500692

Indian rosewood fingerboard and bridge with a 24 3/4" scale length.

Notes
1526500578
1526500692

1 3/4" Nut width.

Notes
1526500692
1526500579

Includes a Guild/Fishman AP1 with Sonicore pickup.

Notes
Questions? Ask our expert.

The Guild Camp Guitar

Manufactured by Guild Guitar (one of Muddy Waters’ axes of choice), this camp-size model is easy to bring on your next adventure thanks to its lightweight construction (just over 4.25lbs).


$1,045
0

  • Su: false | St: false | Bk: false

Manufactured by Guild Guitar (one of Muddy Waters’ axes of choice), this camp-size model is easy to bring on your next adventure thanks to its lightweight construction (just over 4.25lbs).

Story

Manufactured by Guild Guitar (one of Muddy Waters’ axes of choice), this camp-size model is easy to bring on your next adventure thanks to its lightweight construction (just over 4.25lbs). Despite its portability, there’s no skimping on quality or aesthetics: a solid African mahogany top, back and sides, Indian rosewood fingerboard and iconic Chesterfield headstock emblem reminiscent of the brand’s models from The Sixties. The guitar includes a hidden pickup with 2 small dials in the sound hole and a lightweight gig bag that can be carried backpack-style.

Specs
  • Camp-size
  • Includes lightweight polyfoam case
  • Includes a Guild/Fishman AP1 with Sonicore pickup
  • 24 3/4" Scale length
  • 1 3/4" Nut width
  • Iconic Chesterfield headstock emblem
  • Period-correct tortoiseshell pickguard
  • Mother-of-pearl rosette
Materials
  • Mahagony body
  • Indian rosewood fingerboard and bridge
  • Bone nut and saddle
Origin
  • Made in China
Care
  • Wood is subject to excessive drying, however, most climates are not too bad. During the winter months when the air is dryer it is good to keep the guitar humidifies.
  • Strings are a regular maintenance item. One should change strings about every 20 hours of playing. Playing with clean hands and wiping the strings after laying will also help increase longevity.