The original 50’s & 60’s issue Guild F-50 “Navarre” has to be the rarest Jumbo guitar ever produced. This is a stunner from late 1969 w/a gorgeous & highly unusual 3-tone Dark Cherry Sunburst finish including being ‘bursted all the way up on the back of its neck…highly unusual. The coolest aspect is its wonderful ebony fingerboard w/Guild’s finest white pearl blocks w/abalone triangular inlays. It’s all maple construction has wonderful flamey maple back & sides as well as a cool 3 piece maple neck. It’s got its large Tortoise-shell factory celluloid Pickgard, a Solid Peghead w/a G-Shield inlay & a matching ebony bridge. She’s sporting her pat.pend gold Grover tuners. This is 1 of the nicest examples we have ever encountered, this F-50 is near Museum Quality in all respects & comes in its original Black tolex hard case.
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