Guild D25 NT

Posted by Steve on Mon, 11/12/07 - 14:46:41.

I have a Guild D25 NT. The serial number is D251403. What does the NT signify? Was this guitar made in 1989?

TIA

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Guild D25 from the mid 1970s

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Re: Guild D25 NT

: I have a Guild D25 NT. The serial number is D251403. What does the NT signify? Was this guitar made in 1989?

: TIA
According to the Guild.com website, it appears your guitar was made in 1989 at the Rhode Island plant. I just bought a 1990 D25 NT. I believe the NT stands for the "Natural" finish. This should be a solid spruce top. The D25-M designates the Mahogany top. Yours (and mine)will continue to appreciate in value. You have a great guitar!

Re: Guild D25 NT

: : I have a Guild D25 NT. The serial number is D251403. What does the NT signify? Was this guitar made in 1989?

: : TIA
: I just bought a 1990 D25 NT. I believe the NT stands for the "Natural" finish. This should be a solid spruce top. The D25-M designates the Mahogany top. Guildguitars.com has a serial number list to help date your guitar. But it's confusing. In 1988 they had a "DA" prefix. In 1989 it was "D". So yours could be either a 1988 or 89, made in USA at the Rhode Island plant. (Today, Guild is made in China.) Yours (and mine) will
continue to appreciate in value. You have a great guitar!
And personally, I prefer the solid spruce top to mahogany.

See Also:
Guild D25 from the mid 1970s

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