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  • #35513
    bigroomguitar
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    I have a 1979 Guild D-50 NT. Anybody know what it is worth?
    Thanks,
    bigroom

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    • #77995
      Anonymous
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      I’ve recently purchased a Guild F65ce cutaway sunburst LEFTHANDED guitar made on Rhode Island. Excellent condition and a real beauty. I paid £ 1350. English pounds. The dealer was from near Liverpool and I live on the ISLE OF WIGHT UK
      Should I be a happy camper.?

    • #75033

      NT stands for ‘Natural’ as in the finish

    • #75047
      andy1954
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      I’m no expert on guitars,but from what I’ve read, NT means natural. In other words, not painted. Natural wood look.

    • #75040
      glw
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      It raises the questiopn though. Has anyone ever tried installing and/or marketing an acoustic guitar with a tremolo? I know it’s silly, but someone is bound to have had a go at some point.

    • #75046
      1bassleft
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      Yes, certainly, glw. You’ve done enough posts for me to know you wouldn’t drop a boob like that. OTOH, Lee has more than enough posts to confirm that he would… 😛

    • #75006
      glw
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      [quote=”1bassleft”]:lol: “Non-Tremelo” is my favourite… I have this mental pic of a Bigsby equipped Dreadnought… I wonder if it’s Nashville, Tennessee – who knows?[quote]

      Ah, but you know I was joking, right?

    • #75027
      SB
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      hey bigroom,

      I don’t know about the D-50NT but the VG price guide values a 70’s D-55 between $1,200-$1,600. That’s retail in USD. SB

    • #75032
      1bassleft
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      😆 “Non-Tremelo” is my favourite… I have this mental pic of a Bigsby equipped Dreadnought… I wonder if it’s Nashville, Tennessee – who knows?

      I guess the price for the NT is comparable to the vanilla D50. Do you have a pic of your ’79 that can be posted here?

    • #75017
      lee_UK
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      Nice-Tuners ?
      as opposed to OT, Orrible Tuners? 😆

      Sorry, carry on Mike and glw..

    • #75037
      glw
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      Non-Tremolo?

    • #75035
      Michael
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      I had a real quick look, and I stress quick, and all I could find was people asking what the NT stood for, no answers… yet.

    • #75016
      1bassleft
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      I don’t know the significance of the “NT”, but Guild still make the D50, with a MSRP of $1800. Condition is everything with an old acoustic, but I’d guess $800 if it’s quite a bit worn to more than new price for a 25 year-old in excellent condition. Sorry I can’t be more specific, but I hope the ballpark figure helps.

      • #101861
        Anonymous
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        “NT” means “natural” finish as opposed to a sunburst.

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