First introduced in 1970, the Guild S100 was the companies answer to a Gibson SG - a thin body electric guitar with a pair of humbuckers, with the S100 sporting a more asymmetrical body design. This model from 1977 is an example of a less common variation of the S100. These carved models were manufactures between '74 and '77 and feature an acorn and oak leaf pattern carved in to the top.
This guitar is in excellent original condition with the exception of the pickup phase switch, which has been replaced. The pickups are origina Guild humbuckers, with a slightly brighter output than their Gibson equivalent. The original Stackpole pots date to the end of '77, and both the finish and hardware are also original. This guitar also includes a non original hard case.