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Guild Starfire SF-VI

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Guild Starfire SF-VI guitar
Guild Starfire VI in custom ebony grain finish. Image taken from the 1969 Guild catalogue
ModelStarfire VI, Super Starfire
Available
Pickups
Scale24 3/4"
BodyLaminated maple. 1 7/8 " thick, 16 3/8 " wide, 20 1/4 " long
Neck
HardwareGold plated. 2 volume and 2 tone controls, master volume, pickup selector switch. Guild Bigsby vibrato. Kolb tuners, then Grover RotoMatics from 1965. Optional stereo circuitry.
FinishesStandard finishes: initially Cherry and Sunburst. Custom finishes: Ebony Grain, Emerald Green, Amber, Black, White, Blonde, Brown and Natural Mahogany.

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