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Buddy Guy and Guild - Guild advertisement (1979)

Guild Starfire

Guild advertisement (1979) Buddy Guy and Guild

ELECTRIC BLUES BY BUDDY GUY - a pro's pro because he's done it all. The Road. Clubs. Concerts. Sessions. Always swinging with a Guild. Buddy's Guild gives back all the charged-up energy he pours into every performance. He pushes his guitar to incredible limits. Yet it's consistently reliable under the toughest conditions. That's because Guild quality backs Buddy like a four-beat rhythm section. You can feel it. You can hear it. It's always there. If you're a pro or planning to be one, buddy up with a Guild. It plays easy, stays in tune, gives you the confidence that comes with owning one of the very best electrics made. Just pick one up and go.

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Delivers that hard-driving, up-front, "Motown"-type sound - without going through the engineers control board
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A great looking Starfire 4 in Sunburst finish.

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