Guild D4 NT (what does NT mean?)

Posted by lindamarie on Sun, 07/13/08 - 23:36:06.

I just bought a Guild D4 NT on ebay. I think I paid too much. No one else bid on this guitar. The write up says it is in mint condition.
I paid $510. I lost a Guild 23 years ago and wanted to replace it. I have tried and tried the new models (GAD's...egad!!!gag!) did not like them. So, I took a chance on this one. Most other Guilds went for lots more money on ebay, did I luck out or did I get suckered in?
The Harmony reviews are all very very good. Signed...a bird in a guilded cage.

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Natural Top

Natural Top

If you like it then I would say you got a good deal.

It means NECK THROUGH or

It means NECK THROUGH or NECK THRU.
BO would mean BOLT ON (neck)

Re: Guild D4 NT (what does NT mean?)

Nt means nat.. natural wood/finish

It mean NECK THROUGH or NECK

It mean NECK THROUGH or NECK THRU (NT)
As opposed to BOLT ON neck (BO)

Re: Guild D4 NT (what does NT mean?)

: I just bought a Guild D4 NT on ebay. I think I paid too much. No one else bid on this guitar. The write up says it is in mint condition.
: I paid $510. I lost a Guild 23 years ago and wanted to replace it. I have tried and tried the new models (GAD's...egad!!!gag!) did not like them. So, I took a chance on this one. Most other Guilds went for lots more money on ebay, did I luck out or did I get suckered in?
: The Harmony reviews are all very very good. Signed...a bird in a guilded cage.

If it's in good shape, $510 is a fair price. Norman Guitars in Ca. have 2 on the wall right now for $595-$695 respectively.

your guild D4-NT

You got a fair deal. I wouldn't sell mine at any price.

bought mine in 1996. Made

bought mine in 1996. Made in Westerly. Paid somewhere around 600 then. LOVE this guitar.

Re: Guild D4 NT (what does NT mean?)

: : I just bought a Guild D4 NT on ebay. I think I paid too much. No one else bid on this guitar. The write up says it is in mint condition.
: : I paid $510. I lost a Guild 23 years ago and wanted to replace it. I have tried and tried the new models (GAD's...egad!!!gag!) did not like them. So, I took a chance on this one. Most other Guilds went for lots more money on ebay, did I luck out or did I get suckered in?
: : The Harmony reviews are all very very good. Signed...a bird in a guilded cage.

: If it's in good shape, $510 is a fair price. Norman Guitars in Ca. have 2 on the wall right now for $595-$695 respectively.

: I have a D4 NT that's from somewhere between '92-'94, which I bought new. I believe it was made in Rhode Island. It just keeps sounding and looking better with age, and the wood on the front (Natural) is developing a beautiful patina as the years go by. Similar to an old natural finish Martin. I love mine, as i'm sure you will yours, and it will give you many years of pleasure, getting even better as the years go by. I really can't say enough about the joy it's given me. Great price for a classic, and apparently semi-rare, beauty.

Guild D4NT

The NT refers to the NaTural finish. Nothing else. I bought a barely used 1992 D4NT in Arkansas in 1994. It does not have a selling price. I also have a pre-owned 1994 Martin D1 that is my daily work/practice/explore guitar but when I record or perform it is the Guild that I use.

Way back in 1976 I accompanied a friend to guitar stores to shop because he had been burglarized and was smart enough to have insurance. We went from store to store and played various guitars back and forth to each other until we got to a place where I found a Guild D4 (Cherry Finish) sitting on the counter. I began playing and my buddy, who was playing a beautiful sounding Gibson, stopped and said, "Whoa, brother, let me play that one, you take this." He handed me the Gibson and the end of the story is he bought the Guild, sailed it around the world and still plays it.

Re: Guild D4 NT (what does NT mean?)

: : I just bought a Guild D4 NT on ebay. I think I paid too much. No one else bid on this guitar. The write up says it is in mint condition.
: : I paid $510. I lost a Guild 23 years ago and wanted to replace it. I have tried and tried the new models (GAD's...egad!!!gag!) did not like them. So, I took a chance on this one. Most other Guilds went for lots more money on ebay, did I luck out or did I get suckered in?
: : The Harmony reviews are all very very good. Signed...a bird in a guilded cage.

: If it's in good shape, $510 is a fair price. Norman Guitars in Ca. have 2 on the wall right now for $595-$695 respectively.
I have one, I paid $695 new twelve years ago, it was made in Rhode island. I love it.

Re: Guild D4 NT (what does NT mean?)

: : I just bought a Guild D4 NT on ebay. I think I paid too much. No one else bid on this guitar. The write up says it is in mint condition.
: : I paid $510. I lost a Guild 23 years ago and wanted to replace it. I have tried and tried the new models (GAD's...egad!!!gag!) did not like them. So, I took a chance on this one. Most other Guilds went for lots more money on ebay, did I luck out or did I get suckered in?
: : The Harmony reviews are all very very good. Signed...a bird in a guilded cage.

: If it's in good shape, $510 is a fair price. Norman Guitars in Ca. have 2 on the wall right now for $595-$695 respectively.

I have had my D4-NT for about 15 years and it's as great as ever. $510 sounds about right to me. Fantastic guitar. By the way, I believe NT stands for "Natural" and refers to the finish.

Guild D4 NT

I have one, and had it for 20 years or so, I love it. It's been away for 11 months getting fixed because I left it out everyday because I played it so often. The wood got a bit dry and started bowing. I just got it back thanksgiving and it is by far the best guitar I own. I have a Martin, but the sound is so full and just plays wonderful. Highly recomend it to anyone. And I would get another in a second of anything happened to this one. I think I paid $500 new in 1993 or 94.. It was recomended by a good friend Frank Corrillo. Enjoy and defensively get one!
Jimmy B

Guild D4 NT

Back in the mid 70's a pickin' friend of mine got robbed and had to replace his guitar. Luckily he was wise enough to have insurance. We went to a guitar store in Sacramento, CA and picked up a couple of guitars and just started playing toward each other. He started with a Martin and I started with a Gibson. We went through Fenders, AYs, off name brands, etc. He was pretty set on the Gibson until I spied a cherrywood Guild D4 NT. We started playing a Paul Simon tune and after about a minute he stopped and asked to switch guitars. He bought the Guild. I got my own (used, can't believe someone would sell this guitar) around the turn of the century and have never had a better guitar. It holds tune for longer than is believable. You have the world's best guitar at a very good price. Start pickin' and grinnin'

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