A great looking Starfire 4 in Sunburst finish.
The way to go for the body style that gives you greatest control over today's many musical forms and demanding techniques. Starfire's thin, double-cutaway arched maple body, with (-holes, gives you sounds that run from warm-and-rich to full-of-fire. The master volume control adds to Starfire's flexibility. The solid ash block running through the center builds its sustain. Curved, bound rosewood fingerboard with wide frets. Humbucking pick-ups. Adjusto-Matic bridge. Deluxe machines. Plus the perfection that's built into every Guild hand-made guitar. Without boundaries, without limits...let Starfire express YOU.
UK advert for Guild guitars placed by British distributors Besson. Two guitars are shown, the Starfire V electric acoustic and a Guild acoustic flat top
Delivers that hard-driving, up-front, "Motown"-type sound - without going through the engineers control board
1967 add showing two members of the Blues Project; Steve Katz playing a Guild Starfi...
Features the Starfire V guitar, the Starfire bass II, Thunderstar bass amp, and the F-47 Bluegrass flat top
1970 Guitar Player advert featuring Buddy Guy's band - Buddy uses a Starfire SF IV through a Thunderbird guitar amp. The bass player uses a Starefire SF bass through a Quantum X amplifier
Black and white advert for the Guild Starfire SF-4 six string guitar