Sold – Guild T100D ‘Slim Jim’ 1964

Here we have a cutaway thinline 2” deep maple laminate single bound body, 3 tone sunburst T110D that left the original Guild factory in Hoboken, New Jersey in 1964.  This guitar has all its original features: Mahogany full C neck, Grover tuners, bone 1-11/16” nut, bound Brazilian rosewood fretboard with 7.25 radius like a vintage Fender. Guild ‘chevron’ headstock logo, ‘Chesterfield’ inlay and ‘Shield’ truss rod cover are all correct for ’64.  Two original Guild single coil pickups by Todd Electronics, 4 ‘Guild’ inlaid knobs, black stair-step pickguard with star graphic.  Wooden floating Gibson ABR style adjustable bridge and the factory option Bigsby B7 fitted.  Intact ‘Hoboken’ internal oval label indicating Serial No.34482.  Belt-buckle wear on back of body, otherwise Very Good+ condition.  With black grey-lined form-fit hard case of the era. The precursor to the Starfire range, lightweight with great build quality and playability.


SKU: 3293 Category:
  • Brand: Guild
  • Model: T100D ‘Slim Jim’
  • Serial No: 34482
  • Finish: Sunburst
  • Original Finish: Yes
  • Original Parts: Yes
  • Made In Year: 1964
  • Body Material: Laminated Maple
  • Finish Material: Nitrocellulose
  • Neck/Fret board: Mahogany/Rosewood
  • Radius: 7.25″
  • Weight:   6lb80z  (2.96kg)
  • Scale Length: 24-3/4″
  • Nut Width: 1-11/16″
  • Neck Profile: Medium C
  • Case: Non-original form fit hard case
  • Issues/Repairs: Buckle wear on back
  • Condition: Very Good
  • Notes: Bigsby a factory option. The two single coil pickups are original, wound for Guild by Todd Electronics in New York. Tuners are the original open back Grovers. Headstock ‘Chesterfield’ logo, stair step pick-guard, all hardware and internal label original and correct.