Found 9 matches

1964 Gretsch Starfire™ III

1964 Guild Starfire III in its original and extremely rare WHITE finish. It has a great playing neck with great frets. It's all original and 100% complete including its original hardshell case. It's in great shape with some seam separation on the bass side wing of the headstock, but it is only a cosmetic issue and not a break or crack. There's some nicks + dings, belt buckle wear, very minor...
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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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1961 Guild® Starfire™ III

This Guild Starfire III was made in the USA in 1961. It has a very rare ebony finish. Very few were made in this color. The guitar plays great and sounds really good with the dearmond dynasonic pickups. There is some normal play wear, and on one side of the nut there is a small superficial crack - it may just be a scratch - not open, no touch up - but want to mention it. The guitar is all...
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1966 Guild® Starfire™ III

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 in-hand...
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2000 Guild® Starfire™ III

The Guild Starfire III appeared in 1960 and was a favourite with rock players. it is lightweight and versatile, with a pair of humbuckers and Bigsby vibrato tailpiece. It was built until 1974, and later from 1995 to 2007. This example of the Starfire III Blonde dates to 2000 and was built in Westerly, Rhode Island. The body is nicely figured 3-ply maple laminate, the neck is mahogany and the...
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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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1961 Guild® Starfire™ II

1961 Guild Starfire II. These are wonderful hollowbodies! This guitar is good shape with just a little wear from the years and a small bit of veneer separation on the headstock near the high e tuner. Back of the neck has been nicely sanded long ago for a smooth feel in the hand. Pots have been changed, but the originals are included. Structurally solid with no cracks, breaks or repairs. Great...
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2016 Guild® Starfire™ Bass II

Guild is proud to introduce the Starfire Bass II, a dual-pickup semi-hollow bass guitar that brings additional sonic options to one of Guild’s most iconic models. The Starfire Bass II originally debuted in 1967, shortly after the single-pickup version, and quickly garnered a following that included Jack Casady (Jefferson Airplane) and Phil Lesh (Grateful Dead). The addition of the BiSonic BS-1...
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~1966 Guild® Starfire™ XII

c. 1966 Guild Starfire Thinline 12-string Here’s one of the rare, unsung heroes of the ’60’s - a great sounding and playing Thinline Guild Starfire 12-string. It’s in excellent condition, with two humbucking pickups, set-neck construction for improved sustain, a beautiful binding job on the neck, top and back and a rosewood fretboard. The tone has both the chime and jangle expected of an...
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