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Guild advertisement (1978)
Guild B-302 electric bass

Guild advertisement (1978) Guild B-302. Makes You Glad You

Guild advertisement (1978)

Guild B-302. Makes You Glad You're A Bass Player
1978

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 double pick-ups. And a comfortable shape. Even more! Ash body and maple neck, as illustrated, on the B-302A. Fretless fingerboard no extra charge. Available wired for stereo. Or left-handed. At Guild, one success follows another. Because we're in tune with today's players and what they need.

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Guild B-302 - Derek Holt. Climax Blues Band / Guild B-302Guild 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...
 




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