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Ovation advertisement (1972)

Breadwinner

Ovation Breadwinner 1251

Ovation advertisement (1972) Breadwinner

One of the very earliest Ovation Breadwinner advertisements from 1972

Ovation's first solid-body guitar is everything you would expect it to be. It's the start of a whole new era in electric guitars

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