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Guild SB-502E

Solid body electric bass guitar

The following text is taken from the 1982 Guild catalogue

For the more electronic oriented player who requires an extremely wide range of tonal potentials, we created our SB-502E model. Features active, on board equialization, two Guild special design pickups, two volume controls, bass EQ, treble EQ, pickup selector & phase switch, pre-amp on/off switch. Complete instructions, schematics and recommended setting are provided

Guild SB-502E bass guitar SB-502E
manufactured: 1982-83
body: ash
neck: set maple neck, 20 fret rosewood fingerboard
scale: 34"
overall length: 46"
width at nut: 1 5/8"
electronics/pickups: active electronics - two Guild pickups, bass EQ, treble EQ, phase switch, two volume controls and a pre-amp on/off
hardware: BT-4 bridge
finishes: White, Sunburst, Candy Apple Red, Black, Black Sparkle, Metalic Blue, Purple

The SB-502E was an active bass guitar, with a battery powering the internal circuitry

Similar models Guild SB-201, Guild SB-202, Guild SB-203
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