Guild OM-120 - Natural

6-string Acoustic Guitar with African Mahogany Top/Back/Sides/Neck, Indian Rosewood Fingerboard, Bone Nut and Saddle, and Red Tortoiseshell Pickguard - Natural
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A Versatile Midsize with 1960s Appeal

The midsized Guild OM-120 Orchestra has a bold tone that suits a wide range of music styles. This acoustic's comfortable all-mahogany body has a sweet, mellow, and complex tone with just the right amount of bite to cut through a mix. The OM-120 belongs to Guild's popular Westerly series of vintage-inspired acoustics. These pay tribute to Guild's golden-era flat tops with some exciting vintage specs, such as a classic Guild C-shaped neck and 1960s period-correct appointments.

Guild OM-120 Westerly Acoustic Guitar at a Glance:
  • Midsized Orchestra body delivers a great acoustic experience
  • Vintage appointments pay tribute to Guild's legacy
  • Engineered for a comfortable playing experience
Midsized Orchestra body delivers a great acoustic experience

This non-cutaway Orchestra is a comfortable size to suit a wide range of guitar players. Its balanced tone is more forward and powerful than M-series Guild Concert acoustics yet is sensitive enough for fingerpicking and delicate strumming. The OM-120 body is made entirely of mahogany for rich upper harmonics and a sweet, mellow tone throughout.

Vintage appointments pay tribute to Guild's legacy

A bone nut, a vintage-correct red tortoiseshell pickguard, and Guild's iconic 1960s Chesterfield headstock emblem make the OM-120 a true beauty for the stage and your guitar room. If you need your guitar to make a statement onstage, the Guild Westerly is the way to go.

Engineered for a comfortable playing experience

The OM-120's clean playability will help channel all your creative ideas into beautiful music. Seasoned players will notice right away the OM-120's slinky string action all along the 25.5"-scale-length C-shaped neck. The 1-3/4" nut width spaces out strings suitably for strumming, flatpicking, or fingerstyling, with a good amount of real estate between all strings that neither feels cramped nor causes you to reach uncomfortably.

Guild OM-120 Westerly Acoustic Guitar Features:
  • Versatile Orchestra body suits a wide range of music styles and players
  • Mahogany top, back, and sides have a warm tone with complex harmonics
  • Vintage-profiled C-shaped neck with Indian rosewood fingerboard plays comfortably
  • Vintage-correct tortoiseshell pickguard and 1960s headstock inlay
  • Bone nut enhances sustain
  • 1-3/4" nut width suits strummers to fingerstylists
  • 25.5" scale length has a slinky-smooth action
A great-playing Orchestra that knows where it came from: the Guild OM-120 Westerly acoustic guitar!

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Tech Specs

String Type Steel
Number of Strings 6
Body Shape Orchestra
Left-/Right-handed Right-handed
Color Natural
Finish Polyurethane Gloss
Top Wood Solid African Mahogany
Back & Sides Wood Solid African Mahogany
Body Bracing X Scalloped
Neck Wood Mahogany
Neck Shape C shape
Radius 16"
Fingerboard Material Indian Rosewood
Fingerboard Inlay Mother-of-pearl dots
Number of Frets 20
Scale Length 25.5"
Tuning Machines Guild vintage style open gear
Bridge Material Indian Rosewood
Nut/Saddle Material Bone/Bone
Nut Width 1.75"
Body Length 19.5"
Body Width 15.25" lower bout, 11.25" upper bout
Body Depth 4" lower, 3.5" upper
Strings D'Addario EXP16 Coated Phosphor Bronze (12-53)
Case Included Polyfoam case
Manufacturer Part Number 384-2200-821

Customer Reviews

4.5/5
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5/5

Great Value for a Solid Mahogany Guitar

This is a great guitar for the price. I shopped all types of brands in search of a solid mahogany guitar and this was by far the winner in the sub $1000 category. The 1 3/4" nut alone made a huge difference in the feel and is hard to find at this price point. Overall the finish is great and the guitar arrived ready to play without any setup work with the exception of a quick truss rod turn. Couldn't be happier with the sound and play-ability.
4.5/5

Great buy &

Very nice guitar for the price. Few of us can afford to pay thousands of dollars for a guitar. If this applies to you this is the one to get. This guitar includes solid mahogany top, sides, and back, plus a bone nut and saddle. No laminates on this guitar. It is very responsive and the intonation is very good. Great for all types of playing styles. This is not made in the USA, but it is really nice instrument and worth the price.
4.5/5

Nice Guitar - Great Service

I have to admit - this is a sweet guitar. I was looking for something to replace my older, cheap acoustic that I've had for at least 15 years. I wanted a mid-range price acoustic, as I can't afford something ridiculously expensive. I also did not want a larger dreadnought or a small concert or parlor. This guitar is comfortable to play. It also sounds really good. I received great service from Sweetwater as well. I'll have to get my choice of favorite strings on this guitar, but overall I have to say I'm very impressed. My only critique is it's missing some low end response, but I'm wondering if it has to do with the strings. The guitar was set up nicely and played well right out of the box!!!
See also: Guild, Guild 6-string Acoustic Guitars