Doyle Dykes Signature Guitar

Fingerstyle virtuoso gets his own model from Guild   26-Oct-12

Doyle Dykes Signature Guitar


Guild tells us that they are excited to honor fingerstyle guitar virtuoso Doyle Dykes with his own signature guitar, the Guild Doyle Dykes Signature Model. The guitar is the result of an extensive collaboration among Dykes, master luthier Ren Ferguson, and the team at Guild's New Hartford, Conn., factory.
Guild tells us that, crafted to Dykes' exacting specifications, the cutaway grand orchestra guitar delivers a rich, full and balanced sound that will please the most discerning guitarist. They say that it's an incredibly articulate instrument with truly stunning headroom and dynamic range.
Doyle Dykes had this to say, "When I saw the guitar for the first time, I saw reflections of my life and relationships. The Duane Eddy vintage-style 'G' on the headstock, the Chet Atkins-style fret markers, the beautiful roses on the bridge that depict a heartfelt family story, and the Guild name have all been a part of my life since I was a boy. I was immediately at home with this guitar. After playing it and hearing it, I'm convinced a lot of people will feel this way, too. This is your grandfather's guitar and a whole lot more!" Here's more details in Guild's own words...
With an abalone-trimmed AAA-grade red spruce top and AAA quilt big-leaf maple neck back and sides, the guitar looks as amazing as it sounds. The dark-tinted top imparts an aged look, and the 20-fret ebony fingerboard and abalone-inlaid bridge contribute to a distinctively elegant appearance.
Other special features include custom D-55-style abalone/mother-of-pearl fret markers rotated 90 degrees and located on the bass side of the fingerboard, a slightly shallower body than that of the standard F-47 grand orchestra on which the model is based, scalloped red spruce bracing, abalone rosette, three-piece mahogany neck with rosewood center, 12" fingerboard radius, stylized Guild "G" headstock overlay, extra tuner spacing to accommodate Dykes' signature behind-the-nut string bends, bone nut and saddle, and a pure gloss nitrocellulose lacquer finish.
Each Doyle Dykes Signature Model comes with a dark brown hard-shell case lined with dark-green plush.
Pricing and Availability:
The Doyle Dykes Signature Model is expected to be available in December through authorized Guild dealers for a manufacturer's suggested retail price (MSRP) of $5000.00. More information:
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