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1967 Guild CE-100

Electric acoustic guitar

Guild CE-100 description | 1967 Guild CE-100

1967 Guild CE-100 1967 Guild CE-100 1967 Guild CE-100 1967 Guild CE-100
1967 Guild CE-100 1967 Guild CE-100 1967 Guild CE-100

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1967 Guild Capri CE-100

The Guild Capri CE-100 was available from 1956 onwards, and this 1967 instrument is typical of a mid to late 1960s Guild. It has a Guild Harp tailpiece, and, unlike earlier versions with single-coil pickups, a Guild humbucker (used since 1963). Free-floating rosewood bridge and individual tuning keys (Japanese-made). Perhaps these are missing their covers?

Block neck inlays were standard throughout production, as was the inlaid Guild motif and Chesterfield inlay. The neck is a mahogany laminate with a thin maple centre-section, whilst the fretboard is rosewood. The scale is 24 3/4".

1967 Guild CE-1001967 Guild CE-1001967 Guild CE-100

The oval label within the sound-hole gives the guitars model and serial number respectively: CE-100 and EF-416 - making this an early 1967 instrument. The style label (with U.S.A. printed at the bottom) was only used between 1965 and 1969.

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