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Gibson RD Bass

Late seventies Gibson bass guitar with active Moog electronics

The RD series of bass guitars consisted of two models, the passive RD Standard, and active RD Artist.

For information about the RD basses, please see the RD Artist and RD Standard at our sister site Fly Guitars.

Vintage advertisements for the Gibson RD Artist

Electric Bass advertisements originally published from 1979 onwards. Click on the images for larger copies.
Check out other vintage Gibson advertisements

Gibson RD Artist - There Is No Energy Shortage

Gibson RD Artist - There Is No Energy Shortage (1979)
Late seventies advertisement for the RD Artist guitars and basses, detailing the active electronics and the expansion/compression features built into these guitars

Gibson RD Artist - Power Play - Basses Loaded

Gibson RD Artist - Power Play - Basses Loaded (1979)
This advert for the RD series actually appeared on two consecutive pages of the magazines in which they were printed. The top half, for the RD Artist guitar on the left, the RD Artist bass on the r...

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