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Guild S-250

Solid body electric guitar

The following text is taken from the 1982 Guild catalogue

Jan Hammer, who's written for such guitar wizards as DiMeola, Schon, and Beck, now uses our S-250 to compose guitar parts with. He claims its the "easiest to play" electric guitar he ever picked up. Willy DeVille said of it "the pickups have a great range from fat to thin. It's very playable"

Guild S-250 electric guitar S-250
manufactured: 1981-83
body: mahogany
neck: 24 frets, set neck
scale: 24 3/4"
overall length: 38 7/8"
width at nut: 1 5/8"
electronics/pickups: 2 Guild XR-7 pickups. Two volume, one tone control. Coil tap or phase switch optional
hardware: SP-6 tailpiece adjusto-matic bridge
finishes: Sunburst, Candy Apple Red, Black

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