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Ovation advertisement (1974)

Ovation Rock

Ovation Breadwinner 1251

Ovation advertisement (1974) Ovation Rock

Psychedelic imagery and a short poem combine to create this early seventies Breadwinner advert

In the center of the world of rock,
Ovation's carved its name,

Our solid body rock man's tool
Is our newest claim to fame.

Double octave tapered neck
To speed that funky sound—

A built-in pre-amplifier
To lift you off the ground.

Ovation's rock can take you there,
When you and it become a pair.

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