An affordably priced, single cut Starfire has arrived. Based on the timeless Starfire II and III single cut body shape, the Starfire I SC features a 2“ thick, hollow body with an added bridge block to increase bridge stability and improved resonance. Made with a sturdy arched maple top, back, and sides, the Starfire I SC has the airy tonality of a hollow body instrument with bright overtones and pronounced lows. The 24 3/4” scale length and modern thin “U” neck profile provide a fast, smooth playing neck, while the premium Guild Vintage 18 tuners and Tune-o-matic bridge ensure the strings are accessible and in tune. Rich, vintage tone is injected by Guild’s own HB-2 Alnico II humbuckers, and the push-pull coil splitting feature allows for singing, single coil tones from either pickup. All of these features come standard on the Starfire I platform. Available in Antique Sunburst. For those looking for something a little extra, the Starfire I SC GVT comes equipped with Guild’s vibrato tailpiece featuring a roller tension bar for additional tonal versatility.
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It usually takes only 3-7 working days for the item to be safely delivered to your doorstep. Self-collection and Lalamove (local delivery) is available as well!
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The guitar has a low action and a nice vintage twangy sound.
I've had this guitar for a little over 2 months. I've seen other reviewers say they had issues with the nut being cut badly but that was not my personal experience.
I believe I my about first at most sites providing a review for this new entry level Guild Starfire. Of course I have just received it and set it up, but my first impression is this is a stellar entry level guitar for Guild.
Beyond the familiar Guild jazzy and twangy tone, I was surprised how much jangle there is here. Unplugged, there's a lot of acoustic resonance, and this carries over when you play it on a clean amp. I really sparkles.
This Guild will cover both well. It's not quite as bright as a Filtertron Gretsch, but close enough. The slightly softer pickups will allow for moving over to jazz well too.