Serial No. KK000365, printed maker's label to interior, inscribed Songbird Amber KK000365, in natural finish, thin hollow mahogany body, spruce top, twenty-two fret rosewood fingerboard with dot inlays, black facing with 'G' shield motif inlay, round soundhole, white binding, rosewood pin bridge, transducer pickup, two rotary controls on the side of the body and imitation tortoiseshell pickguard; and a black Guild hardshell contour case with black plush lining; with handwritten label with various inscriptions including Guild Songbird Acousticmore
Acutally bought this in late 1987. This has been more than a workhorse guitar. It's the best playing and best sounding acoustic I own. I have Taylor, Martin and Yamaha. They aren't bad but they aren't this now discontinued beastie. Don't get me wrong, if you're not going to plug it into a PA or amp, pass, but plugging it in is magical. I have so many people coming to shows and ask about it. I've since had SS frets installed on it but basically that's it. Don't know what I'll do if it ever dies or gets stolen but I really do wish they would bring back the Songbird. It's a fantastic guitar.