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GUILD made the Rockabilly X-160 between 1999 and 2003. The Guild X160 Rockabilly is an arch-top guitar with an all maple body. The X160 is based on Guild's famous Savoy body shape. The fretboard of the X160 is solid rosewood with pearloid "block" inlays, and is rounded off with a Bigsby tailpiece and tremolo bridge. Pickups are two DeArmond 2000s.
The Guild X160 Rockabilly was built at Guild's Westerly, Rhode Island facilities, Unlike any other Guild Jazz guitar, the Rockabilly was available in four distinctive color options, including: Black; Tennessee Orange; Metallic Blue; and Fiesta Red. United States When new the recommended retail price was $2,500.