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Guild CE-100D Capri and T-100D Slim Jim

1969 catalogue page 5

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1969 Guild catalogue page 5 - CE-100D Capri and T-100D Slim Jim

This panel describes four Guild semi acoustics: two versions of the slightly deeper-bodied Capri CE-100/CE-100D (blonde CE-100D pictured) and thinline Slim Jim T-100/T-100D (sunburst T-100D pictured). Each was available as a single or dual pickup instrument.

In 1969 (June), the CE-100/CE-100D was priced $340/$395, the T-100/T-100D $255/$310.

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