1970 Guild F30NT Aragon is in great structural condition, but vintage player cosmetic condition. Comes with the original hardcase.
Had a pickguard added to the bass side of the sound hole, and appears to have been attached with double-sided sticky tape. The majority of the adhesive was removed but some of it bonded with the finish. The treble side of the sound hole has been worn down from excessive heavy strumming. As well as some of the pick scrapes and gouges in the finish around the outside of the pickguard. The pickguard has also shrunk over the decades, which is quite normal. It's got dings and bonks in the top. The back and sides of the body has some minor dings and dents, nothing major. The butt-end of the body, near the strap button has some finish checking. As well as a perfect circle scuffing. The frets have a decent amount of wear underneath the G, B, and high E in the first and second positions, but doesn't cause any buzzing or choked notes. The action currently is rather tall, sitting at 8/64 on the low E and 7/64 on the high E.
While it has many signs of wear and has had the daylights played out of it, the tone and voice of this acoustic is huge! It's easy to hear it's been well played and loved for many years. It's voice is open and airy with tons of punch!
Constructed from all solid wood and made in USA. Bound solid spruce top, bound mahogany back and sides, set mahogany neck with a rosewood fretboard, and rosewood bridge.
Has a 1 11/16" nut width, standard 25 1/2" scale length, and weighs 4 pounds 2 ounces.