JF55 Guild Guitars for Sale Are Competing With The Big Boys

By | February 21, 2013

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The world’s oldest instrument resembling a guitar is 3,500 years old. Owned by Har Mose, a singer from Egypt, it was constructed of rawhide and cedarwood. It was not until thousands of years later when the electric guitar would be introduced, which would change everything. The guitar, introduced in 1931, was a godsend for big band and jazz musicians. Today, most will admit that it is modern music’s most vital instrument.

During the 1950s, country guitarist Chet Akins started endorsing Gretsch guitars like Brian Setzer Gretsch guitars and his own Chet Atkins Gretsch guitars, which helped the company better compete with other electric guitar brands like Fender and Gibson brands, ranging from electric fender stratocaster guitars and electric Fender Mustang guitars to electric Fender telecaster guitars. Guitar enthusiasts around the world have loved these major guitars, with PJ Harvey, David Byrne of The Talking Heads, Liz Phair, and former Nirvana lead singer Kurt Cobain loving the Fender Mustang guitar created by Leo Fender, who actually was never a guitarist but who instead played sax. But other guitars have risen up over the decades too, including JF55 Guild guitars for sale and others.

JF55 Guild guitars for sale in particular are gaining traction among electric guitar lovers for their clean sound and their infectious energy. Tastes have evolved over time, but JF55 Guild guitars for sale are starting to compete better with these other brands too. These JF55 Guild guitars for sale are happy to be in good company.