The popular Westerly 140 models cost around $1,200 (MSRP) and, together with Westerly 150 series, form Guild`s upper-middle class. Above them, there`s the stellar USA series, while the Westerly Archbacks and Westerly 120 divisions cater to the inexperienced players. Westerly OM-140E is one of the best representatives of the 140 line. It costs $1,180 and offers a great price/value ratio. Main features include a non-cutaway body (solid African mahogany back/sides, solid Sitka spruce top), standard 14th fret neck joint, fine hardware, and Guild/Fishman combined electronics. Natural (w/gloss finish, nickel hardware, tortoise pickguard) is the only available color option. Other notable features include a C-shaped mahogany neck, 20-fret pau ferro/rosewood fingerboard & bridge (actual material depends on availability), and Guild open-gear tuners.
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