The Guild 200-S Stereo amp was described as follows in the 1963 Guild catalog
This popular professional amplifier was engineered and perfected for distortion-free power when used either stereophonically or monaurally. 9 tubes (4 dual purpose); twin super-power concert grand speakers; 25 watts undistorted output in each amplifier, giving 50 watts total output; 2 inputs in each amplifier; volume, bass and treble controls for each channel; extra speaker jack and stereo jack; ultra-sensitive tremolo with individual speed and strength controls; outside fuse holder. Washable, scuff-proof Blue-Grey vinyl covering on lock joint plywood cabinet. Size 20 1/2 inches high, 10 inches deep, 26 3/4 inches wide. Weight 55 lbs.
Amplifier advertisements originally published from 1962 onwards. Click on the images for larger copies. Check out other vintage Guild advertisements
Guild 200-S - Which Guild for the sound you want? (1962)
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