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Guild Starfire II, Starfire III and Starfire IV

1969 catalogue page 3

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1969 Guild catalogue page 3 - SF-II, SF-III (Starfire) and SF-IV (Starfire Standard)

Continuing on with the Starfire electric acoustics from the previous page, specifications for three more Starfires, including pictures of two in Guild custom colours: the SF-II (not pictured), Starfire SF-III (shown in blonde finish) and Starfire Standard SF-IV (brown). Some of the other available finishes are shown on panels 2 and 4 of this leaflet.

This was the last Guild catalogue to mention the Starfire II, and although it was included in the June 1969 price list, it was gone by November of that year.

June 1969 United States prices for these guitars are (in standard cherry red finish): SF-II $350, SF-III $395. The SF-IV also came in sunburst as standard at $410. All are available with optional stereo wiring at an extra $25, and custom finishes a further $20.

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