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Guild Starfire SF-II

Hollow bodied electric guitar

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1967 Guild Starfire SF-II guitar
1967 Guild Starfire II in cherry red finish.
ModelStarfire II
Available1960-1969
PickupsDeArmond single coils (1960-63), humbuckers (1963-73)
Scale24 3/4"
BodyLaminated maple or mahogany. Bound front, and from 1962, back. 1 7/8" thick, 16 3/8" wide, 20 1/4" long
Neck1 piece set mahogany, rosewood fingerboard. 20 frets, dot inlays.
HardwareChrome plated. 2 volume and 2 tone controls, pickup selector switch. Harp tailpiece.
FinishesStandard finishes: initially Cherry and later Sunburst (until 1967) Custom finishes: (from 1962), Ebony Grain, Emerald Green, and Amber.

The Starfire II was a simple two pickup version of the Starfire I. When equipped with a bigsby tailpiece instead of this harp tailpiece it became a Starfire III

The Starfire II was a completely hollow bodied instrument

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