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Guild B-54CE Standard

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Guild is proud to announce the addition of the B-54CE Standard to its line of guitars and basses. Built on Guild’s revered jumbo body design, the B-54CE Standard is an acoustic/electric bass that features a solid sitka spruce top with red spruce bracing; solid maple sides, and Guild’s unique arched laminated maple back for enhanced volume and projection. The onboard Fishman Matrix Infinity pickup system includes soundhole-mounted volume and tone controls, and a built-in voicing switch that lets you choose between two different voice settings – one with enhanced bass response and one with a flat voicing that reduces boominess. Other features include a slim satin-finish mahogany neck, ivoroid body binding, lightweight Gotoh® die-cast tuners, and bone nut, saddle and bridge pins.

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