It had two pickups, two volumes, two tones, and 3-way toggle near the lower horn. These all had the shorter, more rounded Strat-style heads, with the by now typical elongated truss rod cover. The pickguards were identical to the previous, now defunct, Fiesta guitars.
The Model 2598 cost 5 with the covered Acra-Tune bridge assembly. The head was the more rounded version like the Toronado. These were, for Alamo, fairly normal looking, aping fairly closely a Fender Jazzmaster shape. Hole Guitars because, as you might guess, they included, for the first time, a single f-hole on the lower bass bout.
Curiously enough, in the same Bruno catalog that featured the Alamo catalog, the old double-cutaway Alamo Titan Electric bass was also still offered. Controls are now all face-mounted and the knobs sit on brushed aluminum plates. This had eight tubes, two channels, tremolo, reverb, two 12″ speakers, 35 watts (70 watts peak), and cost 4.50 (no Lansing option). 7 Alamo Professional Series consisted of three old friends and one new face.
This was the older version with a hollow-core body, Strat-style pickguard, and the old curved-top 2-and-2 headstock. Still around was the Model 2575 Piggy-Back Bass amp (six tubes, two channels, 15″ speaker, 35 watts/70 watts peak, 4.50), Lansing option Model 2575JL15 (4.50).
Included were the Model 2570 Electra Twin Ten, Model 2564 Jet, Model 2565 Montclair, and Model 2572 Titan, all with the same specs and pretty much the same prices. The bolt-on neck had a 20-fret Rosewood fingerboard with dots. included both hollow-core and solidbody guitars, all called Fury, which were engraved in script down under the strings!The Model 2598 (9.50) was a stoptail in red cherry.The Model 2598T (9.50) came outfitted with an original Bigsby vibrato. 5 Artist Line included our old friends, the Titan Mark I and Mark II.These were now hollow-core guitars with the squashed Strat shape of the Titan bass, with a slightly thicker, squarish lower horn and smaller, less squiggly, Oriental ??pickguard in white or black, depending on the guitar color. The Mark I had volume and tone and the old rhythm/lead switch just in front of the volume knob.
The Model 2595 came in cherry, with the Model 2595T sporting a Bigsby.