";

Guild advertisement (1980)

David "Rook" Goldflies - the Allman Brothers Band / Guild B-302

Guild B-302 bass

Guild advertisement (1980) David "Rook" Goldflies - the Allman Brothers Band / Guild B-302

David plays a hard-driving, progressive style. "I like the feel of the B-302AF," he says. "The maple neck is well-proportioned, the balance is very good. and the weight is right. It's comfortable to play—sitting or standing." Something else David likes is the ash body, with its extra sustain.

Links

Other related vintage advertisements
Guild B-302 - Guild B-302. Makes You Glad You
Guild B-302 - Guild B-302. Makes You Glad You're A Bass Player
The greatest bass we've ever built, with everything you want for the way you play today! Long-scale curved fingerboard. Wide frets. New solid brass bridge/tailpiece for perfect intonation. New doub...
Guild B-302 - Derek Holt. Climax Blues Band / Guild B-302
Guild B-302 - Derek Holt. Climax Blues Band / Guild B-302
Derek Holt has been the solid, hard-driving bass player of the Climax Blues band since its early days. "My B-302 can take everything i give it", he says. "The neck and fingerboard are what I was lo...
There are 0 comments on this article so far. Add your comment

Comment on this article

Name
Email address
Anti-spam question - to catch web robots
How many legs does a tripod have?