Re: Guild Madeira A30R
I have a Madeira A30R as well. It's held up phenomenally well, and I now share it with my daughter. The sound is rich and full, better than new. It kills me to walk into a guitar store to check out newer guitars that sound like tin on a stick, at twice the price I paid for my A30R. I'd buy another one in a heartbeat if I could find one.
: I have a Guild Madeira A30R. I bought it in 1976 used from a guitar shop. Since then, I have played on and off over the years. I want to get back into playing but am interested to know what people think of this guitar. How do you rate the sound, action, etc. Do you suggest purchasing anything out there on the market instead for an enjoyable playing experience?