The popular Westerly Collection is home to a wide range of Guild acoustics, both six and four-stringed. Archbacks, 120, 140, and 150 divisions cover the range from around $500 to $1,500, offering a huge selection of models. Dreadnought, jumbo, and orchestra body shapes dominate the Westerly landscape. Westerly B-240E is one of two Archbacks series` four-string options - the fretted one (the other one`s fretless). Main features include a non-cutaway jumbo body (mahogany back & sides, solid Sitka spruce top), 16th fret dovetail neck joint, Guild/Fishman electronics system, and stock hardware. Natural (w/satin finish, nickel hardware) is the only available color option. Other important features include a C-shaped mahogany neck, 23-fret pau ferro fingerboard (1.625" nut, 30.75" scale, dot inlays), fixed pau ferro bridge, and Guild tuners.
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