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Guild advertisement (1972)

Guild Electrics. Are you trying to make it without one

Guild M-75, Guild S-100, Guild S-90, Guild Starfire

Guild advertisement (1972) Guild Electrics. Are you trying to make it without one

Advert for the S-90, S-100 SF-V (starfire) and M75 Guild six strings

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