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Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by Claymore, Feb 16, 2020.
Killer looking bass
A fine score. My very first bass was a new Guild B301A in 1978. I'd love it back. Enjoy!
Yay!!! Yes, fellow Rhode Islander.
She's Rhody-built! Somehow I forgot that Guild was here once upon a time.
I went by there last summer. I think it's the Johnny Cake Center now.
Being from Wisconsin I've heard nothing but good things about Cream City Music. I'm sure they did their research and had it priced fairly. Thanks for sharing and enjoy your new (old) bass!
Guild produces fantastic instruments. They seem to be an often overlooked brand, especially their acoustics. I’d really like to own a Guild Bass one day.
Provided everything works and the neck is stable and adjusts, I would totally buy this and play this. I think it looks really good!
Hoe heavy is it?
What#s that it Kg?
gas of a machine for sure, congrats!
I had the B302 myself back in the 90's that I had purchased used, it was exactly like this
I really liked it until it got stolen from my house in 2002.
My immediate reaction is to put a Nordstrand pickup in it.
Neck dive would be a concern, let us know.
I just looked too and came up with 3.8 ish Kg. Not too bad.
Totally agree on the wide, suede backed strap (have a couple of the Italia ones and some by Magrabo - which is actually in Italy).
Not a fan of trying to add weight...
Cool bass at a good price!
2.2 lbs = 1 kg, so 3.8 kg is about right.
Multiplied when I should have divided
This might help