Pros: Solid, great action, beautiful tone, stays in tune.
Cons: The only downside is that I've only had this in my life for two weeks.
A friend gave me a Blueridge B40 awhile ago which was like new in every way. I was so happy I gave away two other acoustics to my nephew who was looking for a beginners guitar. Then out of the blue my friend drops of the Guild D 25 and gives me the option of picking one or the other.
Well, even thought the Guild has a couple of scratches and a little crack where you would plug in your 1/4 inch cord and attach the strap it is such an awesome guitar that I think I've already made my choice.
The action is almost as nice as my Les Paul Deluxe and the tone is incredible. This guitar has tone I've never heard in anything I've played before. Also, having the option of plugging it in is great. Even though there are no controls for the pick-up there is ample volume and it's clean, no hums or clicks.
It's obvious they put a little something extra into these guitars and you can feel that it has really solid construction. One of the other reviews said it would be a lifetime guitar and that's how I'm looking at it. Now I'm a happy man, I have the Les Paul for electric playing and now the Guild for everything else.