Guild GAD-30 Orchestra Acoustic Guitar Demo Video





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Published on Jun 16, 2010

Gearwire's Patrick Ogle breaks out the Guild GAD-30 and gives it a test drive. How does he like this particular brand? Ogle is hard to please, but many will be tempted by the Guild GAD-30's solid spruce top and its solid mahogany back and sides.

This model also features:
Dovetail Neck Joint
Mother-of-Pearl Dot Position Inlays
Strap Button with Internal Block Reinforcement
Abalone Side Dot Position Inlays
Mother-of-Pearl Headstock Logo
Ebony Bridge Pins with MOP Dots
Ebony End Pin with MOP Dot
Bone Nut and Saddle
Wood Body Bindings
Tortoise Shell Pickguard
Back Center Wood Mosaic Inlay

Check out the Gearwire video to see and hear the GAD-30 in action.

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Comments • 58

Ken Nonya
This was a totally useless review of a very nice guitar.
You have no business critiquing or reviewing guitars. You need practice and should at least learn how to correctly play so you can actually hear the guitars full potential. I just put gearwire on my shark list.
Roberto França Teixeira
You are awful! hahahahahaha
Samuel Tietjen
You can't butcher open chords in G and then expect us to listen to your opinion of guitars. Go practice on an Ovation.
Dom O'Leary
Tune your guitar...Learn to play...Don't do any more reviews untill you know a little more about music, guitars and sound in general. Not being a hater, but this was a complete waste of time.
Despite this guys really poor playing, bad attitude and crappy review. This original line of GUILD GAD guitars are really decent for the money. I have the Jumbo JF30 and I've almost sold this things a dozen times but I can't bring my self to do it. The top has opened up so nice it is a stellar player. The GAD 30R has gotten great reviews from many finger style players. Strumming may drive the tops too much for what this guitar is designed for. It has wider nut and sting spacing than the other models and clearly is desinged for a finger style. The GAD 50 dreadnought had great tone. I'm right now trying to track down an old GAD 50 dreadnought because anything in that dollar range falls short of the playability and tone.
wow I don't think I've ever seen such a high dislike-to-like ratio on a video
Dom O'Leary
Also, this is supposed to be a review about the guitar NOT how to buy a friggin' thing.
Take no notice of this review, it's so embarrassing to watch he makes me cringe. The Gad 30r is a fantastic guitar, i know I've got it, the neck feels so comfortable and smooth and the tone just shimmers I don't think they produce it anymore but it would be a great used bargain
Phan minh Hoang
it does not sound too big because it is designed for fingerpicking espesically for fingerstyle. with your poor playing style you should test a entry level dreadnought. sorry but you're really awful :(
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