Guild starfire dating
It has a green finish, the serial number is EL18XX, and it is in mint condition. Stanley Roberts Philadelphia, PA Hi Stanley, First of all, let me say shame on you for quitting the guitar!Most readers will probably agree when I say guitar playing is one of the most relaxing things to do, and when it comes to hobbies, it has to be the best.I played it for a few years before I gave up the guitar altogether and stuck it away in the case – which is so sad.I’m looking to sell it, but from the few offers I’ve had, I’m wondering why it is worth so little versus comparable Gibsons and Gretsches.With a roster of artists such as that, it’s no wonder musicians are clamoring to get their hands on a Guild. Well, that definitely comes down to personal wants and needs.Are you a beginner who is interested in an acoustic guitar?
i was at my local shop today and they had a real nice Dearmond Sarfire semi hollow guitar with hard shell case.... wasn't Dearmond Guilds lower end guitars.i checked ebay and had no luck searching the completed listings...looks like this though.This excellent example remains a fine player and a notable bargain compared to similar period Gibson instruments. Guild guitars have been "Made to be played" since 1953.The mahogany neck is three-piece with a headstock splice and additional heel piece, while the rosewood 'board has a Gibson-like 305mm (12-inch) camber, nicely fitted medium gauge frets, dot inlays and a 'vintage soft U' shape.Hi Zach, I bought a new Guild Starfire back in the late 1960s and have had it ever since.