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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Supro Normandy

Solid-body electric guitar

The Supro Normandy range consisted of three guitars, each available in either Cherry Shade, or Red finish. These were Supro's entry level guitars, with either one or two pickups, and an optional vibrato. The models are as follows

Model Finish Pickups Tailpiece
S601 Cherry Shade 1 Stop tailpiece
S602 Cherry Shade 2 Stop tailpiece
S603 Cherry Shade 2 Vibrato tailpiece
S611 Red 1 Stop tailpiece
S612 Red 2 Stop tailpiece
S613 Red 2 Vibrato tailpiece

The description below is reproduced from the 1966 catalogue. The Supro Lexington S601-603 (S611-613)

1966 Supro guitar, bass and amplifier catalogue

Each model in this appealing new series is a quality instrument of exceptional value; the solid wood body finishes on all models in this series are available in your choice of deep cherry shade or vivid red

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