Gibson Melody Maker, Harmony H22 bass, Vox Ultrasonic
1969 Gibson Melody Maker guitarHarmony H22 bassVox Ultrasonic guitar, with built-in effects
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Guild 1970 catalogue

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Guild electric guitars and basses

This Guild catalogue is undated, though probably come from the second half of 1970. It was a folded single sheet, making a ten-sided brochure; two pages longer than the previous 1969 brochure, and containing a few new models, the double cutaway SG-style solid bodies: S-100 and JS-I and JS-II basses; and the double Florentine cutaway thinline ST series.

It included the following guitars. Click on the images or model names below to see a larger version of that segment

Guild Guitars:

Guild Starfire V, Starfire VI
Guild Starfire III, Starfire IV
Guild Starfire XII
Guild T-100D, CE-100D
Guild Artist Award, DE-500
Guild S-100
Guild M-75C, M-75G
Guild ST-301, ST-302, ST-303, ST-402
Guild X-500, X-175

Guild Basses:

Guild Starfire Bass II
Guild JS Bass I and II
Guild M-85 II

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