The 1993 Guild Brian May Guitar

Taken from a Guild catalogue:

The Brian May Pro BM01

Originally designed in England by Brian May and his father in the mid 1960's.
The Brian May Pro offers select mahogany fully bound body and custom quarter sawn mahogany top.
Special 7 1/2" radius 24 inch scale delux ebony fretboard on a set neck with 24 handset low jumbo frets.
Graphite Nut, 1 13/16". Headstock angle is the original 10 degrees. Custom five ply pick-guard.
3 custom Seymour Duncan pickups wound just like the Old English originals in chrome deco covers.
Pick-up design has a wide magentic field giving a range that approaches a humbucker-thin to very thick sounds are easily accessed.
3 on/off pick-up swithches with individual swithches for reversing polarity for liitless sound possibilities.
Volume, tone. Schaller machines keys with Schaller made-to-spec version of original Brian May frictionless tremolo system.
Available in Transparent Red (TPR), Transparent Green (TPG), Black (BK), White (WH).

The Brian May Special BM02

Stop tailpiece version of the Brian May model with rosewood fretboard. As with the Brian May model,
the Brian May special is the result of ongoing collaboration with the world renown artist, Brian May.
The Special features a middle position pickup that is shifted towards the bridge. Body binding on topside only.
All other characteristic are identical to the Brian May model.
Available in Transparent Red (TPR), Transparent Green (TPG), Black (BK), White (WH), Natural Satin (MH).

The Brian May Standard BM03

Solid mahogany body version of identical dimension with smooth transition set neck.
Available in popular pickup configurations. Stop tailpiece, Schaller machine heads.
BM033 3 sinlge coil pickups with 5 way position switch, bridge picup out of phase.
BM032 2 humbucking pickups with 3 position selector, coil splitter on bridge pickup.
BM031 1 single coil, 1 humbucking pickup, 3 position selector, coil splitter on bridge.

Available in Transparent Red (TPR), Transparent Green (TPG), Black (BK), White (WH) and periodic custom colors.