1976 Gibson L-6S Custom, 1978 Guild B302F bass, 1967 Fender Coronado guitar
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Guild 1971 catalogue

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Guild electric guitars and basses

The 1971 Guild guitars catalogue was a folded single sheet, making an ten-sided brochure. It was very similar to the preceding 1970 catalogue, reusing many of the imges and much of the text. There were differences though; new instruments, deletions, and some changes. It featured the following guitars.

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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 S-50, S-90
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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