Westerly Collection sports four sub-series - Archbacks, 120, 140, and 150 (from the most affordable to the most expensive). The price tags range from $500 to $1,500, depending on the series, as well as body design (cutaway or not) and electronics (amplified variants on average cost around $200 more).
Westerly D-140CE comes in with a single-cut dreadnought body, 14th fret dovetail neck joint, Guild`s own hardware, and Fishman electronics. The color palette is limited to the series` standard options - Natural and Antique Sunburst (both finished in gloss). The main construction features include solid mahogany back & sides, solid Sitka spruce top, mahogany neck, and 20-fret fingerboard made of Indian rosewood.
Other major features include a fixed rosewood bridge, Guild tuning machines, and Fishman Sonitone/Sonicore electronics unit.
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