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Guild JetStar
Solid bodied bass guitar

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The Jet Star bass was one of the most unusual guitars of the 1960s, and probably of all time. With its Dali-esque 'melting' body and unusual headstock. This short-scale (30.5 inch) bass was featured in the 1966 Guild catalogue (see left) along with its companion guitar, the Guild Thunderbird

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Paul Comment left 28th January 2012 15:03:15
i have a 90s reissue by d armond all black sounds sweet

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