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Gibson Victory Bass

Early 1980s long scale Gibson bass guitar

For more information about the Victory Artist, Custom, and Standard bass guitars, please visit Fly Guitars

See also 1981 Victory bass pre-owners manual, 32 page Gibson Victory bass owners manual and the Gibson Victory MV guitar pages on this site.

Vintage advertisements for the Gibson Victory Artist

Electric Bass advertisements originally published from 1981 onwards. Click on the images for larger copies.
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Gibson Victory Artist - The Thrill of Victory

Gibson Victory Artist - The Thrill of Victory (1981)
Get your hands on the new Victory Bass, by Gibson. Success has never felt so good. Or so comfortable. From narrower high frets to the deep cutaway body design, An adj...

Gibson Victory Artist - When a Bass Sounds This Good, You Just Can

Gibson Victory Artist - When a Bass Sounds This Good, You Just Can't Keep it To Yourself (1981)
Featuring Dave Kiswiney, bass player with Ted Nugent, holding a Candy Apple Red Gibson Victory Artist bass.

Also featured are: Dave Wolford, Dave Pegg (Jethro Tull), Ralphe Armstrong (Mahavi...

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