With a real solid Sitka spruce top and Guild’s iconic arched back, the Jumbo Junior Mahogany acoustic-electric guitar stands out among travel guitars. Along with the solid wood top, this compact guitar offers such premium features as a real bone nut and Guild’s AP-1 piezo pickup system for great plugged-in tone. The Jumbo Junior body style appeals to those who love the look of a jumbo, in a smaller size that’s more comfortable for most players. Whether you’re searching for your first guitar or a travel guitar that’s made to a higher standard, Sweetwater can highly recommend the Guild Jumbo Junior Mahogany.
Solid wood top will sound even better as the years go by
An acoustic guitar’s top plays a huge role in the overall tone of the instrument, and that’s why we’re pleased to see the Jumbo Junior Mahogany is topped with a real solid piece of Sitka spruce. Solid wood tops don’t just sound richer than composite tops – they actually sound better the more you play the guitar. While the Guild Jumbo Junior Mahogany sounds great now, you’ll notice more harmonic complexity and sonic range after playing for a few years.
Guild Jumbo Junior Mahogany Acoustic-electric Guitar Features:
- Compact acoustic guitar with the look of a jumbo in a more comfortable size
- Solid Sitka spruce top will gain harmonic complexity as it ages
- Well-balanced tone with impressive projection thanks to scalloped X-bracing
- Ready for plugged-in performance with Guild’s AP-1 piezo pickup system
- Real bone nut for better vibrational transfer
Guild’s iconic arched back makes its return in the compact Westerly M-240E acoustic-electric. The purpose of this trademark feature is twofold: principally, it reduces weight and increases live projection. But it also pays tribute to some of Guild’s popular models, like the D-25 and F-30. The result is a great-playing, easy-traveling guitar with Guild’s unmistakable look. The Westerly M-240E harks back to Guild’s golden-era flat tops with some exciting vintage specs, including a concert-sized body made from premium woods, a classic Guild C-shaped neck, and a retro red tortoiseshell pickguard. The M-240E includes the AP-1 pickup for a clean sound that plugs straight into a PA.
Guild M-240E Westerly Acoustic-electric Guitar at a Glance:
- Guild Acoustics: a heritage built on great woods and features
- Comfortable concert body you can’t keep your hands off
- Guild AP-1 pickup captures this Westerly’s natural acoustic voice
Guild Acoustics: a heritage built on great woods and features
Guild’s heritage as one of America’s premier early guitar makers is acknowledged in the M-240E. Solid Sitka spruce and mahogany meet in a compact concert body with an arched back for a big sound and great playing experience. A real bone nut and saddle deliver golden-era sustain and clarity. And a 1960s red tortoiseshell pickguard gives this guitar a look that was made to be seen.
Comfortable concert body you can’t keep your hands off
Sweetwater guitarists love small-bodied acoustics for home recording and playing around the house. The concert-sized Guild M-240E is no exception. This little guitar plays great and knows how to cut through a mix. Its classic mahogany/spruce construction produces a warm, natural tone with complex overtones and surprising projection that can fill a room with music.
Guild AP-1 pickup captures this Westerly’s natural acoustic voice
The Westerly series’ AP-1 piezo pickup is one of the better options we’ve seen in this price range. The sound is full and dynamic onstage, and it pairs great with a microphone for recording parts at home or in the studio. Volume and tone controls are mounted directly in the soundhole for easy access, and for a look that won’t detract from your guitar’s natural beauty.
Guild M-240E Westerly Acoustic-electric Guitar Features:
- Iconic arched back pays tribute to Guild’s early acoustics
- Unique design is lighter and louder than comparably sized guitars
- Comfortable concert body can fill a room with music
- Vintage-profiled C-shaped neck with Indian rosewood fingerboard plays comfortably
- 1960s red tortoiseshell pickguard looks great onstage
- Bone nut and saddle enhance sustain and clarity
- 1-11/16″ nut width suits strummers to fingerstylists
- 24.75″ scale length has a slinky-smooth action
- Guild AP-1 pickup system provides a clean sound for the stage and studio
A great-playing Guild that knows where it came from: the M-240E Westerly acoustic-electric!