If you're looking for a great, USA made, vintage workingman's acoustic dreadnought, than look no further!
Tons of mojo, but no breaks, cracks or repairs. All the wear is purely cosmetic, and structurally this baby is built like a tank!
For a lot less money than a similar period Martin or Gibson, and in my opinion, just as good. A true, and criminally undervalued American classic!
Top of the Starfire series. All the advantages of acoustic resonance, plus the intimacy of a very thin body. Double cutaway with arched back and top. 3-piece maple neck with ebony fingerboard. Mother of pearl block inlays. Gold plated hardware. Grover rotomatic machines. Gold plated Guild-Bigsby tailpiece. Two gold plated Guild humbucking pickups.Natural Blonde finish. OHC
Top of the Starfire series. All the advantages of acoustic resonance, plus the intimacy of a very thin body. Double cutaway with arched back and top. 3-piece maple neck with ebony fingerboard. Mother of pearl block inlays. Gold plated hardware. Grover rotomatic machines. Gold plated Guild-Bigsby tailpiece. Two gold plated Guild humbucking pickups. Sunburst finish. OHC
UP For Sale! 1965 Guild Starfire 5 Electric Guitar w/OHSC. This guitar is a true workhorse, plays great, with normal wear for an almost 50 year old guitar. NOTE!!!!! This guitar has had a broken Headstock that is repaired so please please please, ask all questions before purchasing..
Flame maple back & sides, solid cedar top with oval soundhole, rosewood fingerboard & bridge, 5-piece maple neck. Pearl block inlays, G-shield headstock with custom inlay. Custom rosewood pickguard with De Armond 1100 floating pickup. OHC
Black, on semi hollow body, formerly owned by Sheryl Crow and with signed letters or provenance from Sheryl and Willie. A great bass in it’s own right featuring original rare black finish. Has a rosewood fretboard with dot inlays, two great sounding humbucking pickups, two volume, two tone and one master volume controls, tone switch. Showing good honest playing wear all over, a great bass indeed...
Now we're talking! Lots of cool guitars come and go around here but this vintage Guild M75 is something special. In it's short time it has already turned quite a few heads. It's very clean and well kept, and even the original case is exceptionally clean. It doesn't disappoint once you pick it up. Supremely resonant and lively, this is some good old wood! 1 pc Mahogany body and 1pc mahogany neck,...
1978 Guild S-300D in good condition. Has 4 small extra holes from the pickguard. Missing truss rod cover. Added Bigsby vibrato arm. Besides that, this is good to go. Mahogany body. Ebony fingerboard. Original 2 dimarzio humbuckers. Set neck design. Changed Schaller tuners. Phase switch. 3 way tone selector. 2 volume, 2 tone knobs. Set up nice and low with great action, Comes with a non original...
Vintage 1960's 1970's Guild 12 String Starfire or similar electric guitar hard shell case. Measures 46.25" long, 14" at upper bout and 18.25" at lower bout. All latches and handle function well. Keep your vintage guitar safe!
Really nice solid-body electric Guild from the late 70's. Nice comfortable neck, great tone. Some belt-buckle wear on the back with some dings in it along the lower bout of the body. Great playing and sounding guitar
A sweet 1979 Guild S-60 perfect for the player. 24 fret rosewood fingerboard with comfortable 24 3/4" scale, all mahogany body, with wine-red finish. Replaced pickup with tone and volume control. Pickguard has been cracked and reglued. Considerable playing wear around the edges and top of the headstock, with dings and scratches throughout. Original hardshell rectangular case included in sale;...
1974 Guild S-100 in Cherry. Condition is All Original VG that shows some dings, scuffs and scratches from 40 years of honest play wear but She still plays and sounds great!!! Newly repaired headstock wing de-lamination which is a common natural occurrence on some older guitars. Electronics appear All Original as does the rest of the guitar. Older Guild Humbuckers sound great especially with the...
1979 Guild Starfire IV
All Original with Original Natural Finish
Nice chuncky "C" neck
Great player with low action and no issues
Not much else to say here except it's a really nice one!!!!
Comes with the Original Hard Case
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Guild Starfire Bass - Rare, First Year Thinline Semi-Hollowbody Bass in Dark Sunburst Finish. Early Features include Chesterfield Logo, Hoboken Label and Hagstrom Made Pickups and Bridge. Plays Great with a Wide Variety of Tones!
Natural finish, thinline semihollow double cutaway electric with two humbucking pickups, Westerly production, very clean, all original including Guild-branded Schaller tuners and hard case. One of the few guitars to really give the ES-335 a run for its money. $2499 Go to www.williesguitars.com for more photos.
Sunburst Finish, 17" inch wide body, Spruce Top, Harp tailpiece, and original Kolb tuners. A great sounding resonant guitar that represents a lot of archtop guitar for the money. The guitar displays honest play wear with nicks & dings. The binding is intact and has not deteriorated as usual for a 1950s/early 60s Guild. It appears that the guitar may have had a different neck pickup at one time...
1970 Guild SF-6SB #DB-343
Double cutaway hollow body, archtop sunburst finish. Deluxe 3-piece neck with ebony fingerboard. Mother of pearl position markers with
abalone inlays. All hardware gold plated with Guild Bigby vibrato. All the advantages of acoustic resonance, plus the intimacy of a very thin body. OHC
Another amazing vintage Guild just showed up! Whether you believe in �mojo� or not, this S-100 is just dripping with it. Some guitars just feel like they have stories to tell and they inspire you to pick up and play them. As you'd expect from a guitar that has this much wear, the frets are pretty low but thankfully the neck is nice and straight so you can still set the action fairly low.This is...
An extraordinary instrument for the swinging soloist and technician,
Guild's X-175B Manhattan™ is a masterpiece of the guitar maker's
art. It presents the same exceptional appointments as its brother,
the X-175 Manhattan™, including a gracefully sculpted hollow body,
rock-solid three-piece neck and electrifying dual single-coil
pickups, but also features the addition of a Guild...
You are looking at a 1978 Guild G312 12 String Guitar. at the moment this guitar is set up to be a 6 String. It is missing 2 Machine Heads and has a nut that is cut to a 6 string configuration. You could easily have a 12 String nut installed and replace the 2 machine heads to bring it back to be a 12 String Guitar.
This thing sounds fantastic! As you can see in the photos it has been very well...