The model #74-BG
(left) for 1968 was the
same as the '67 model. It featured a 22-fret maple neck with
rosewood fingerboard, and an adjustable steel truss rod.
Electronics consisted of AP-6 pickups with adjustable pole pieces,
3-way pickup selector, and volume and tone controls for each
Price on the #74-BG was unchanged from
1967, at $125. It was also available as the #84-BG, which was
essentially the same, but with non-adjustable pole-pieces. The
#84BG sold for $105.00.
Two cases were available - the #21-SGC
hard case with red plush lining was $23.90, and the #22-SGC with felt
lining was #19.90.
New for 1968 was the model #75-ABG
semi-hollow compact bass guitar (right). This featured the same
electronics and pickups as the #7-BG solid body bass, as well as the
same 25 1/4" scale bolt-on maple neck with Kluson tuners and
rosewood fingerboard. It also featured a sunburst finish with
white body binding, and faux MOP pickguard.
Price on the #75-AGB was $129.90, or
$139.90 for the #76-AGB left-handed model. The model #31
hardshell case was $31.90.
Also available, but not pictured in the
catalog, was the model #77-AGB 30" long-scale bass, which
was similar to the #75-ABG, with a longer scale length.