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1975 Guild® S-50

Really clean Guild S-50 from 1975.  All original, plays great, sounds great.  Body is in really good shape, a few dings/scratches but over all very clean.  Neck is nice and straight, frets are in good shape, action is low, a little bit of wear to the back of the neck (see pics).  Pickup, pots and tuners are all original. A super cool piece that wont break the bank!
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1975 Guild® F212XL

When a guitar has "XL" in it's name you know it's a big boy. With a 17" belly, Guild's F212 XL is as Jumbo as they come. The enhanced bottom end you get with a jumbo is great for balancing out the extra treble strings, delivering the best-est most lush sound you can coax out of a twelve stringer. This vintage piece has all the hallmarks of a guitar that is hard to put down with plenty of wear in...
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1975 Guild® D-40

Vintage original 1975 Guild D-40 in very clean condition with remarkable tone and playability. Tone is out of this world. Solid Spruce top, Mahogany back and sides, Rosewood Fretboard. Action is nice and low with no buzzing. No cracks or repairs. Set up by our tech so it plays just fantastic. Comes with a good hard case, too.
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1975 Guild® M-75 Bluesbird™

Vintage original 1975 Guild M-75 Bluesbird in Black. Plays and sounds fantastic. All original with the exception of the pickups which are regular humbuckers. They sound great. Guitar sounds and plays fantastic. With original Guild hard case, too.
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1965 Guild® X-500

Beautiful Dark Sunburst finish, top of the line big boy with all the goodies: pearl blocks w/triangle abalone inserts in its ebony bound fingerboard, fancy headstock w/gold engraved tuners w/cool deco diamnond shaped abalone buttons, 2 fabulous Guild Humbucking pickups, engraved gold harp tailpiece, Black stairstep pickgard, nice original white label, some play wear & was put to good use since...
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1973 Guild® 1973 Guild® Starfire™ SF-6BLD # 92565

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 tailpiece. Two gold plated Guild humbucking pickups.Natural Blonde finish. OHC
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1970 Guild® 1970 Guild® Starfire™ SF-6SB # DB-343

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
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1971 Guild® S-100

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...
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1970 Guild® 1970 Guild® A-350B Stratford-Custom # AB-243

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
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1973 Guild® Starfire™ II Bass

This '73 Guild Starfire is one bass that impresses from the word "go." The curves on this double-cutaway, semi-hollowbody are as iconic as they come, but it's the sunburst that really kills us. Normally you'd only see one on maple body, but when sprayed over mahogany like this, it's just jaw dropping. It doesn't disappoint at all when you pick it up either. At a mere 8.1 lbs it's surprisingly...
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1979 Guild® Starfire™ IV

The Guild Starfire series appeared in 1960 with the Starfire I, II and III, single cut, thinline hollow bodies. The Starfire IV and V arrived in 1963, and the VI in 1964, as double-cutaway semi-hollow models. Originally all these models used floating bridges, but by the 1970s an adjustable bridge was installed directly to the top on the semi-hollow models. Tailpieces were either a Guild harp or a...
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1970 Guild® Starfire™ SF-III

Very rare period SF III in an optional Walnut finish all over, its all mahogany construction makes for one of the best user friendly Thinline guitars of its day, 2 great sounding Guild Humbuckers that are warm when needed & bite as you need them, great feeling 3 piece neck still sports its cool Guild tuners, factory stairstep pickgard, black chrome capped knobs, Bigsby vibrato & matching metal...
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1967 Guild® F-20-NT

Retrofret Stock # 7186. Guild F-20NT Model Flat Top Acoustic Guitar (1967), made in Hoboken, NJ, serial # AG-1604, natural lacquer finish, mahogany back, sides and neck, spruce top; rosewood fingerboard, black hard shell case. The often very fine sounding Guild flattops of the 1960's are surprisingly hard to find these days; now as then they represent one of the best bargains in vintage American...
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1965 Guild® Model T-50 Slim Jim

Vintage original 1965 Guild Model T-50 Slim Jim with superb playability and tone. Has lots of wear and a couple repairs. A repaired headstock and a repaired patch on the top. Regardless, this one plays and sounds amazing. The original pickup has a super warm tone that is super deep and round and rootsy. Has a nice low action and superb playability and tone. A great price on a nice...
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1972 Guild® JetStar-II long scale

Vintage 1972 Guild JetStar II (JS-II) bass, in very rare 34" long scale, in good condition with the original hardshell case. Solid mahogany body, maple neck, beautiful rosewood fretboard. Original pots date to the fifth week of 1972, serial number 71028. Plenty of honest play wear, no cracks, breaks or repairs. Original pickups sound fantastic, bass plays beautifully, no issues.
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1998 Guild® Bluesbird™

The Guild Bluesbird has been Guild's take on the classic single-cutaway, mahogany and maple body electric design. The origins of the Guild Bluesbird go back to 1967, and the Guild M-75 which was available in hollow body and in 1970, solid body versions. It's been discontinued and re-introduced at least twice. This fine example dates to 1998 and was built at Guild's plant in Westerly, Rhode...
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1965 Guild® Starfire™ IV

1965 Guild Starfire IV. These old Guild semi-hollows are still under the radar and are really high quality vintage guitars that play and sound amazing! This guitar is in very good, all original condition. Some checking and wear to the finish but structurally sound. The semi-hollow design is very similar to the 335 and gives it a run for its money! A great warm and thick tone that is infinitely...
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1961 Guild® X-175

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...
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1973 Guild® JetStar-II short scale

Vintage 1973 Guild JetStar-II bass, in rare black finish. Mahogany body and neck, 30.5" scale, unbound rosewood fretboard with dot inlays, two great sounding humbucking pickups, two volume and two tone controls, good honest playing wear but no abuse or breaks, super cool vintage Guild bass, comes with the original hard case.
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1977 Guild® G312

1977 Guild G312 Rosewood 12 string guitar, top cracks professionally repaired, small ¼” crack from soundhole to end of the neck on bass side. Plays well and sounds wonderful. Very good condition.
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1974 Guild® X175 #96332

Great condition, great 70's Guild pickups - great looker and a great player.
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1974 Guild® G-41

1970's Guild G-41 acoustic guitar. Very rare model in excellent condition. Plays and sounds great. The guitar also includes a hard shell case. Feel free to either email or call me at 516-721-1393 with any questions you may have. Thank you!
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1974 Guild® S-100 Acorns

This Guild S-100 was made in the USA in 1974. It shows some light play wear, but no structural damage, and overall is in nice shape. It plays and sounds extremely good. It is all original and comes with the original case.
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1978 Guild® S-300D


Mikes Music

(Cinci)513-281-4900 (Covington)859-261-5500
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...
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1972 Guild® Starfire™ IV

This is a vintage 1972 Guild Starfire IV semi-hollow body electric in a rare, natural blonde finish. This guitar is in really amazing shape and sounds unbelievably good. Taking cues from the 335, this Starfire IV is a double cutaway, semi-hollow body armed with Grover tuners, and a pair of killer Guild HB-1 humbuckers with volume and tone controls for each pickup, as well as a master volume...
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1965 Guild® Starfire™ VI

An awesome playing and resonant early Starfire VI. Top of the line model with Super Flamed maple body and neck highlighted by a Blonde finish, Gold Hardware, Abalone and pearl block inlays, Tremolo, and factory Grover tuners. Relic type play wear with some typical finish checking. After playing this guitar you realize why it was played so much. It is simply that great and hard to put down. A...
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2014 Guild® X-175 Newark St.

New Guild X-175 Newark St. with ohsc List $1449.00 MAP $999.00 Our Price $949.00
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1965 Guild® Starfire™ III

Very good condition 1965 Guild Starfire III in a cherry red finish. Light buckle rash on the back of the body as well as light checking on the back of the neck and headstock. No repairs.
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