Guild S-100

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Guild S-100
Guild s-100.jpg
Manufacturer Guild Guitar Company
Period 1965–1999 (United States)
2013–present (South Korea)
Construction
Body type Solid
Neck joint Set

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 and Sleater-Kinney, Tim Kinsella of Joan of Arc, Chris McCaughan of The Lawrence Arms, Kim Thayil of Soundgarden, Stephen Malkmus,[1] Bobb Trimble, and Ian Hunter of Mott the Hoople.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://www.thecurrent.org/feature/2014/02/26/the-currents-guitar-collection-stephen-malkmus
  2. ^ Moseley, Willie G. (October 2009). "Ian Hunter: New Music and a Mott Reunion". Vintage Guitar. Retrieved 13 May 2015.