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|Manufacturer||Guild Guitar Company|
|Period||1965–1999 (United States)
2013–present (South Korea)
The Guild S-100 electric guitar is a lightweight solid-body guitar made by the Guild Guitar Company. It features two humbucking pickups and its body is styled similarly to a Gibson SG, but is slightly offset. In the 1970s, a version of this guitar was available from the factory with leaves and acorns carved in relief into the body of the guitar.
Players of the Guild S-100 have included Carrie Brownstein of Wild Flag, Tim Kinsella of Joan of Arc, Chris McCaughan of The Lawrence Arms, Kim Thayil of Soundgarden, Stephen Malkmus, Bobb Trimble, and Ian Hunter of Mott the Hoople.
- Moseley, Willie G. (October 2009). "Ian Hunter: New Music and a Mott Reunion". Vintage Guitar. Retrieved 13 May 2015.
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