Guild Guitars M-40 Troubadour
Formerly known as the F-20, this style of guitar was made popular by many artists in the folk-era. Back under a new name and designed with some of the modern techniques pioneered by master luthier Ren Ferguson, this small-bodied American-made sweetheart still radiates the same charming vintage character.
The M-40 Troubadour’s Sitka spruce top paired with African mahogany back and sides provides a delicate, well-rounded tone that is perfect for fingerstyle playing and light strumming. The small, concert-size body is comfortable and lightweight and features white ABS binding, a rosewood bridge and fingerboard, and a bone nut and saddle. A thin satin varnish gives this guitar its familiar, broken-in look and feel, while also allowing it to breathe.
The M-40 Troubadour’s timeless appointments include a vintage style rosette and Guild’s peak logo inlaid on the headstock. Each M-40 comes with a hand-signed, numbered certificate of authenticity, and ships with a humidified hardshell case.
|Top Wood||Solid Sitka Spruce|
|Finish Type||Satin Varnish|
|Back & Sides Wood||Solid Mahogany|
|Neck Wood||3-Piece Mahogany/Walnut/Mahogany|
|Neck Joint||Mortise and Tenon|
|Neck Dimensions||.860 1st - .900 9th|
|Fretboard Material||Indian Rosewood|
|Fretboard Inlays||Pearloid Dots|
|Width at Nut||1-3/4''|
|Tuners||Guild Vintage Style Open Gear in Nickel with Cream Buttons, 20:1 Ratio|
|Case||Deluxe Humidified Hardshell Case|
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