Very limited edition from 2012! This is number 7 of only 9 of these American-made two-pickup beauties to have been re-released. Why only 9? Because that is how many sets of new/old stock pickups were discovered in the Guild factory! Semi-hollow solid mahogany construction.
Plays like a champ and delivers a meaty vintage tone that is hard to beat. Own a rare collector's edition! With hardshell...
This is very, very cool – a 1974 Guild Starfire Bass II blonde in great original condition.
This instrument is in great condition with just a little natural lacquer checking. As is the case for many Guild instruments of the early 1970′s, the neck is relatively thin and very comfortable. Appropriate for the time, it is strung with flat wound strings. It plays very well and sounds great, though...
9.8 of 10 Condition (a few tiny, superficial nicks to the finish)
When this one came in I wasn't sure as to whether this was an original pickup or not. I did a little research and found out that the usual pickup (top mounted full sized humbucker) was made for Guild by Hagstrom as were some of the other parts guild used. I then did some further digging and found out that the pickup on this one...
An early Guild Starfire Bass with the original & desirable Hagstom Bi Sonic pickup. Cherry Finish, Dual thumbrests, Mahogany Body & neck, and Rosewood fingerboard. This bass has a nice straight neck with correctly working truss rod. This one delivers that great warm woody tone that these early Starfire basses are known for. Other than one new tuner screw this bass is all original. No headstock...
From the jangle of the Byrds to the psychedelia of Jefferson
Airplane to countless other acts, many sounds of the '60s were
underpinned by the deep and indispensable sound of the Starfire™
Bass, and players can now enjoy that rich sound and feel once again.
Guild's new Starfire Bass has it all—the extra-thin semi-hollow
body, the elegant double-cutaway design, a single powerful...
Other than my family, my two great passions are basses and
motorcycles. I wanted to be able to combine the two by creating an
upright electric bass that I could take to gigs on a bike, and get
off the bandstand before the horn players. The bass would have to be
compact, sound good and be completely functional.
The original 30" scale Kydd Carry-On electric upright bass...
Music Store Live is proud to present this Guild Starfire I - Special Run! When Guild only makes 11 of something, you know it's going to be special! This limited edition Starfire I bass plays wonderfully and delivers the warm and rich tone that only a Guild can. This monster has all of the old school tone and vibe of a vintage bass without any of the vintage...
An Exceptionally Fine, All Original 1967 Guild Starfire V
Guild's Version of the ES-335.
1967 Guild Starfire V.
This super guitar weighs just 7.90 lbs. and features a mahogany body with a solid wooden block inside. Three-piece mahogany and maple neck with a nut width of just under 1 11/16 inches, a scale length of 24 3/4 inches and a wonderful medium profile. Single-bound rosewood fretboard...
Guild Starfire II 1963 cherry, all original except Schaller tuners. Jazzy for the neck pickup, blues rock for the bridge pickup.
The price is 2280 €.
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Could be shipped wordwide.
Sparkling Ron Burdundy - What a cool color! This bass plays and sounds NUTS. She is sporting a Dimarzio Model 1 with the toggle neatly hidden under the guard. THE ORIGINAL PICKUP IS IN THE CASE. She's all there. The bass is heavily checked and looks oh so cool. What a great bass. The Dimarzio really lights this bass up! She has a period correct Guild Starfire HSC that fits like a glove.
This marks the welcome return of a highly popular semi-hollow Guild
classic, with a graceful double-cutaway thinline body and
incomparable tone and feel. The original Starfire™ IV was prized by
many guitarists from the mid-1960s onward as a distinctively rocking
instrument, and its spirit and design pervade this new model. Other
premium features include a rock-solid three-piece...
A real beauty in high-gloss cherry red, Guild’s Starfire™ III is
equipped with features of extra advantage to the rock 'n' roll
guitarist who seeks a combination of flashy appearance and
extraordinary tonal possibilities. Stellar features are all here,
including the extra-thin hollow body, graceful single Florentine
cutaway and brilliant Cherry Red finish. The welcome return of...
Music Store Live is proud to present this Guild Starfire III w/ Bigsby! This most recent version of the Starfire is a testament to the fact that Guild has been perfecting the thin hollow body design for generations. The sounds you can get out of this guitar are perfect for the rocker who's looking for something other than the same solid body design everyone's used for...