Your favorite picture(s) of an artist playing a Guild?

walrus

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GG, you have an impressive and diverse collection of Guild artist photos! (y)

Here's the video from your last photo of Gail. It's was posted a while ago, but it's so nice, it deserves to be posted again:


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Boy, does that look ever bring me back (mid-late 60's, though that Peavey amp kinda ruins the vibe :( )
If that's an aesthetic comment then fine.

If it's a timing comment then it looks like mine and I had mine in the summer of '73 and wasn't an early adopter. What's a couple of years at this distance?
 

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I've been posting daily on this thread for the last 4 months and I think it's time for me to give it a break. So, I'll leave you with the two Guild artists who have been most influential and inspirational to me and my interest in Guild guitars.

Jay Pilzer

Jay Pilzer 2.jpg



Hans Moust

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Frono, can I hope you still have yours? ;)
Sold the Peavey 2x15 a couple years ago because (at 110 lbs) it was pretty clear it was never leaving the house again on a gig. But no one wanted the amp so it sits with a non-Peavey 1x15 and gets used a few time a year for nostalgia' sake :)
 

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Them PeaVey bass amps and cabs were quite good at the time - judging from the audience & FOH - still not too shabby - heavy and bulky - YES !
 

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Those are nice pics of Hans and Jay. I've had the great pleasure of talking to both gentlemen in the the past.

Ralph
 
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