This advert details the Ovation solid body electrics, the Breadwinner and Deacon, with the Deacon pictured.
On the road or in the studio, Ovation solid bodies offer serious guitarists the most flexible electric guitar yet. One beautiful instrument delivers the sounds of today's most popular guitars plus a few surprises of it's own.
A similar ad, with alternate text was issued the preceding year
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