The first bass I have ever seen in person, I thought this was really cool. Serial number and pot codes put it at 1975. It has the original hard case, which was pained black, but is solid, not sticky or smelly. Plays good, truss rod works, a little dip in the neck where is joins the body, not unusual in a set neck instrument stored somewhere it shouldn't have been stored (like dry!) but already better than when we got it, and doesn't seem to affect playability. Shorter scale, 2 massive sounding bass humbucking pickups and appears to be all stock. Light players wear, some scuffs and such here and there, but overall looks great, with a beautiful lighter mahogany finish. And the carved acorns! How cool is that! I have had one of the guitars, and seen a few others, but this has to be rare on a bass. A couple of the wooden bridge saddles had been cracked and repaired, and are holding up fine (really not noticeable, we had to have them off the bass until we saw that- the G string sat a little low so we put a small shim under the saddle to get it where it needed to be. Love this stuff, love Guilds, they are hard to beat for quality, and tone, and this is a cool body style. Thanks for looking!

Coleman Music
1021 South Main St.
China Grove, NC, 28023

Coleman Music

Coleman Music

Very Good
natural mahogany
Original Hard
12 Years
Coleman Music
Chip Coleman
China Grove, NC
1:47 PM
Tuesday-Friday 11-7 Saturday 10-2 Closed Sunday and Monday

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We generally ship UPS insured, but will use whatever carrier you prefer. We close Mondays, so orders placed Friday may not go out til Tuesday, though we are usually at the shop Monday making it happen. All orders are fully insured