Don't know if you're just announcing the rumor or asking for clarification/validation of it. Also, NAMM is January 16-19th of 2020. Not sure if the anticipated changes you've heard of will be previewed there by Guild or not. If you can wait a bit, Jane usually goes to NAMM and gives a report back.
Kind of doing bothTom .
My dealer is one who mentioned it . He's going to the show.
This came about over the a discussion about all mahogany guitars .
My inner questions which are outter ,lol are wonder what Cordoba didn't like .
I'm off to your links .
It seems the OM 120 has reshaped the bracing as I understand it the guitars will be made lighter.
Always a chance of error here but my dealer seemed pretty sure of it . He was at the NAMM show and played them . Now I was only asking about the OM120 not sure if it's across the board change. Would make some sense.
The over all appearance of the guitars are said to remain the same .
This makes me wonder if there borrowing a wee bit from the Rens and the ( I can't remember the other guys name ) new designs ?
The premature has been verified through Guild . Spec changes to all the 100 series bracing more inline with USA models , all will have open back tuners and screw in end pin . Screw in , interesting . ��
Yes. I know it's only import news and many still have doubts about resale , quality , fixability etc .
We're seeing very good builds coming in and their adding perks sound ports ,arm bevels and good electronics.
So it's nice to see Cordoba upping the game a bit . The OM 120 I had was good not great but good . I don't like the heavy poly finish if was a lighter coat it would be better in my opinion.
I'm curious to the changes and think I might grab another OM120 once I get info off the finished product.
From what I'm seeing prices haven't changed much so I don't know how much focus will be on adding higher quality woods in some areas or even some models with more figure to visually up the looks .
Anyway maybe wishful thinking on my end. lol