I sold a couple of acoustics that weren't getting much play, and my wife wanted me to get my #1 bucket-list guitar, so here goes.... A few weeks ago I picked up this gorgeous Guild CV-1. One of my customers has two of these that I've worked on, so when this one popped up on CL, I grabbed it. This one is a 2006, built in the Tacoma plant, featuring cedar top, rosewood back and sides, and Bolivian rosewood bridge, fingerboard, and headstock overlay. The bottom bout is slightly wider than a dreadnaught, the upper bout slightly smaller, and overall slightly shallower body... kind of an oversized grand auditorium, but smaller than a jumbo. It has the commanding sound of a dreadnaught. It has a 1-3/4" nut width with a shallow C profile that is great for fingerpicking as well as flat-picking. I've been wanting to upgrade my 12-string acoustic, and found this beautiful 1980 Guild G-312, built in the Westerly plant. Sitka/rosewood, ebony bridge and fingerboard. This thing is a beast, built like a tank, with all of the beautiful, lush, booming, resonating tone Guild 12-strings are famous for. The eBay ad indicated that it was in need of a neck reset (which I can do), so I got it for about half of what they normally go for. As it turns out, once I gave it a good setup, the action is only a smidgeon higher than what I would call ideal, so the neck reset can wait. Finally, my bucket list guitar.... a Martin D-41. This is a 2018 model... one of the new Reimagined Series featuring scalped, forward bracing, and Martin's new slim-tapered neck. It is used, but in absolute new condition. I just feel so unworthy every time I play it. It is just magnificent!