Guild T-100D Slim Jim Sunburst 1965

6-String Hollow Body Electric Guitar in Sunburst with Brazilian Rosewood Fingerboard. Made in the USA.

Guild T-100D Slim Jim Sunburst 1965

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Description & Specs

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Summary
Finish Details: Original - neck has been oversprayed
Top Material: Maple Top
Body Material: Maple Body
Body Details: Hollow body with laminated maple top, back, and sides
Neck Material: Mahogany Neck
Fingerboard Material: Brazilian Rosewood Fingerboard
Neck Profile: Medium D
Neck Thickness (IN): 1st - 0.82" 10th - 0.86"
Fingerboard Radius: 12.00"
Nut Width: 1-5/8"
Scale Length: 24"
Neck Details: One-piece mahogany neck with bound Brazilian rosewood fingerboard and pearloid dot inlays. The back of the neck has been oversprayed. This was possibly to cover a headstock repair, but there are no visible signs of this.
Electronics: Original pickups and wiring. Pickups include 2 single coil pickups in neck and bridge positions. Controls include a 3-way toggle switch and volume/tone pots for each pickup.
Pickup Measurements: Neck - 7.54kΩ Bridge - 7.48kΩ
Hardware: -the bridge is a non-original Gibson bridge -a bone nut has been installed -all other hardware is original
Weight: 5 lbs 5 oz
Modifications/Repairs: -the back of the neck has been oversprayed -the neck has been refretted -a bone nut has been installed -the bridge is a non-original Gibson bridge -there is a repaired crack in between the controls
Case Details: Hardshell case is not original, has a fair amount of cosmetic wear
Cosmetic Condition: The guitar has a fair amount of play wear and has aged nicely. There is finish checking throughout the headstock, neck, and body. The body has numerous finish chips, scratches, and dings. There is a small area of binding separation on the cutaway and a repaired crack in between the controls. Both of these are purely cosmetic issues and do not affect the structural integrity of the instrument.
Serial Number: EE113
Tech Notes: The guitar plays well with low action and light neck relief. The new frets are tall and show little sign of play wear. The serial number indicates a production year of 1965.