1966 Guild Starfire III. 24 3/4 Scale, Guild Bigsby, Guild humbuckers, mahogany body, 1 5/8" nut width. Comes with original hard shell case
LARGER PICTURES? To view full size pictures click on the photo then click the "view full-size image" tab. Being a small and busy shop, we try to respond to every email in a timely manner, but sometimes it takes a couple days. We suggest calling for an...
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...
This 1974 Guild Starfire II Walnut is in good, all original condition and is a great example of the quality of Guild instruments during that period.
The Starfire II is a fully hollow, 17 inch wide thinline mahogany laminate guitar with floating rosewood bridge, florentine cutaway and the classic Guild harp tailpiece. The lacquer finish is lightly checked and there are just a few dings and...
All original vintage 1964 Guild Starfire II. Plays and sounds incredible. A gem of a guitar. Original Guild humbucking pickups are full of tone and sustain. Cherry finish with some signs of age looks great. Comes with nice original case, too.
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 €.
More pix and details upon request.
Could be shipped wordwide.
1997 Guild Starfire II
Antique Burst on maple top and body, bound rosewood fretboard with dot inlays, dual HB-1 humbuckers, two volume and two tone controls, three way pickup selector, harp tailpiece, Grover tuners, in excellent condition with light playing wear only, very nice Westerly era Guild. Comes with a non original hard case. $1499
Here’s a rarity: A 1962 Martin F-55 Electric in good condition. This instrument appears to be complete and all original with the possible exception of the bridge. It plays quite well, with some fretwear.
The C.F. Martin Company was certainly well known for its acoustic guitars, but in 1961 Martin began to experiment with electric guitars, and by 1962 the F-55 entered production. This fully...
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...