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Guild advertisement (1972)
Guild JS electric bass, Guild M-85 electric bass, Guild Starfire electric bass

Guild advertisement (1972) Maybe its time you played a different bass!

Guild advertisement (1972)

Maybe its time you played a different bass!
1972

Black and white advert for the solid body JS II (fretted and fretless) and M-85 II basses, and the hollow body Starfire SF-bass II

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wiz Comment left 24th June 2012 15:03:55
I'm looking for original circuit schematics for Jack Casady's modified starfire basses. Is anything like this online anywhere

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