From Guild -
“The D-125 dreadnought’s all-mahogany construction produces a unique and well-balanced sound, with clear, tight bass and a warm, airy top end-great for a broad range of musical styles.
Its slim satin-finish mahogany neck imparts smooth playability and silky feel; premium appointments include mother-of-pearl rosette and inlays, and rosewood fingerboard, bridge and headcap.”
The D-125 was introduced in 2012 as an update to the earlier GAD series guitars. This Asian-built dreadnought is based on the classic Guild D-25 of the 1970s.
Body Top Solid Mahogany
Body Back Solid Mahogany
Body Sides Solid Mahogany
Body Shape Dreadnought
Bracing Scalloped Spruce
Rosette Black/White Striped with MOP Centre Ring
Finish Gloss Polyurethane
Body Depth Upper Bout 4″ (101 mm)
Body Depth Lower Bout 4.5″ (114 mm)
Body Length 20″ (508 mm)
Body Width Lower Bout 15.75″ (400 mm)
Body Width Upper Bout 11.5″ (292 mm)
Overall Length 42″ (1067 mm)
Guitar Weight 5 lbs
Body Binding Black
Neck Material Mahogany
Neck Shape “C” Shape
Neck Finish Satin
Scale Length 25.5″ (648 mm)
Nut Width 1.7″ (42.8 mm)
Nut Material Nu-Bone™
Fingerboard Indian Rosewood
Radius 16″ (406.4 mm)
Inlays Pearl Dot
# of Frets 20
Truss Rod Single Action
Bridge Indian Rosewood
Saddle Nu-Bone™, Compensated
Bridge Pins Ivory Colored Plastic
Strap Buttons End-Pin
This Guild D 125 has a very easy neck to get around. With a fairly standard nut width (1.7”) it’s the slender C profile that really lets you wrap your mitts around it.
Chords, finger picking, flat picking and open string runs are all fair game and players of any level will appreciate the overall slinky feel of this nice Guild.
It’s dread styled body opens up the bottom end for a clear and balanced tone great for the chord playing singer songwriter but there’s also some sizzle in there if you need to get a bit more percussive.
This one owner guitar was bought new from Guitar Center in LA back in 2012. It has been well looked after and shows no sign of wear and tear, no fret deterioration, and no structural or cosmetic issues.
This is a dreadnought acoustic that doesn’t feel overly big or heavy, and would suit smaller players (and beginners) thanks to its slim neck.
Comes with an Ashton gig bag in good condition.