Details of three mid-priced Guild arch top acoustic guitars. The non-cutaway A-50 Cordoba, the Florentine cut CA-100 Capri and the Venetian cutaway A-150 Savoy, all available in Sunburst or Blonde finish. All of these guitars were available fitted with the Artist Award pickup at an additional $50/$55 (chrome/gold plated respectively).
The A-150 Savoy was described as follows:
A wonderfully free-playing orchestra guitar, especially suited to the musician who seeks the perfect blend with strings and instruments of the rhythm section. Beautifully constructed by Guild's master artisans of the finest materials available, with special attention to choicest woods. A superb acoustic! Body size 17" wide by 21" long by 3 1/8" deep. Two-tone ivoroid binding. Fast-action 3-piece Honduras mahogany neck with adjustable steel rod. Imported rosewood fingerboard with 8 pearloid position markers and ivoroid binding. Hand carved Sitka spruce top. Hard maple sides and back. Nickel-plated non-slip pegs and accessories. Factory-fitted with finest Guild Strings.
June 1968 US prices for these guitars were as follows: A-50 Cordoba $165, CA-100 Capri $275, A-150 Savoy $350