Guild 1982 catalog. page 10. Details of the Guild S-250 and S-25 solid bodies. Two Guild S-250s are shown in Sunburst and Blue, (three control knobs and a bound front) and one S-25 (two control knobs and no body binding. Note the 24 fret, two-octave neck common to these guitars
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Proof that there can be truly affordable American made electrics. Both instruments feature Guild XR-7 pickups, Quick Change SP-6 tailpiece, Adjusto-Matic bridge, and deluxe tuning machines. S-250 has two volume, one tone control. S-25, one volume, one tone. Both have a pickup selector switch, and phase or coil tap switches are optional for each guitar. 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 it's 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." The S-25 features that same great feel.
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