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Guild Bluesbird M-85

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Guild M-85 - Maybe its time you played a different bass!
Guild M-85 - Maybe its time you played a different bass!
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Guild M-85 - Guild Quantum Amplifier
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Features the Guild Quantum amplifier M85 bass guitar, M75 electric guitar and electric organ with rotoverb
The Total Amplifier - for Bass, Organ and Guitar. 200 watts of clean undistorted power to cut through everything indoors or outdoors

Guild M-85 bass and M-75GS guitar
The Guild M-85 bass was a short scale (30.5 ") instrument that came in five colours, sunburst, cherry, black, natural and walnut. The M-85-I was a one pickup bass, whilst the M-85-II had two. Early models were fitted with the Hagstrom Bisonic single coil pickups, though these were soon updated to Guild humbuckers with chrome covers.

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