2012 Guild Starfire I Sf-1 Bass Limited Edition/ Cherry/ Only 11 Made

| Guild Guitar | 8 hours ago

New 2012 Electric Guild US Starfire I FSR Right-Handed 4 string Mahogany DeArmond top loading Cherry lacquer mahogany scale length Gotoh frets Guild Humbucker

2012 GUILD STARFIRE I SF-1 BASS LIMITED EDITION/ CHERRY/ ONLY 11 MADE – SKU: 1179006

 

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At Music Store Live we’re all musicians like you, and we know how hard it can be to afford all the gear that you want and need.  We encourage you to make us an offer.  Often times, you’ll be pleasantly surprised!  

Additionally, don’t hesitate to contact us regarding financing options.  We’ll do everything we can to help get that next piece of gear into your hands.

Music Store Live is proud to be an authorized Guild dealer. We do our best to keep a nice inventory of Guild on hand, so be sure to check it all out. If we don’t have what you’re looking for in stock, get in touch! We have a great relationship with Guild, so we can place custom orders quickly and easily. Send us a message and we’ll cut you a deal!

Player’s Perspective

Music Store Live is proud to present this Guild Starfire I – Special Run! When Guild only makes 11 of something, you know it’s going to be special! This limited edition Starfire I bass plays wonderfully and delivers the warm and rich tone that only a Guild can. This monster has all of the old school tone and vibe of a vintage bass without any of the vintage issues.

Item Details

This 2012 Guild Starfire I bass is a special limited edition production run produced by the wonderful luthiers from Guild’s New Hartford, CT factory. This bass is extremely rare as only 11 were ever produced. The arched laminate mahogany body features a stunning Cherry finish, 1 ply white binding, a 3 piece mahogany neck and a rosewood fretboard with mother of pearl dot inlays. The single Guild humbucking pickup is pumping out fat and warm bucker tone that will fit splendidly with a wide variety of musical styles. Other stand out features on this limited edition bass include a gloss nitrocellulose finish, nickel hardware, Gotoh tuners, mother of pearl Guild Chesterfield headstock logo, chrome topped skirted black knobs and dual f holes. This bass comes with a Guild strap and hard shell case. 

Overall Condition

This Guild Starfire SF-1 bass is in pristine mint condition with absolutely no nicks, scratches, or blemishes of any kind.  The guitar has either been used for store demo purposes, or is an open box return that has been fully inspected and tested.

Because it is used, no Guild warrantee applies.  However, Music Store Live will stand behind the instrument with it’s own 1 year warrantee.  Additionally, Music Store Live offers a bulletproof 14 day return policy.  We’ll even cover the return shipping if you’re not happy with the instrument!

Specs

  • 2012 Guild Starfire SF-1 Limited Edition
  • RARE : Only 11 Produced
  • Cherry
  • Arched Laminated Mahogany Body
  • Dual F Holes
  • White Binding
  • Mahogany Neck
  • Gloss Nitrocellulose Finish
  • Rosewood Fretboard
  • Mother of Pearl Dot Inlays
  • Chrome Hardware
  • Gotoh Tuners
  • Single Guild Bass Humbucker Pickup
  • DeArmond Adjustable 4 Saddle Bridge
  • Master Tone , Volume Controls
  • Nut Width 1.5″
  • Scale Length 30.5″
  • 19 Frets 
  • Chrome Topped Skirted Black “G” Knobs
  • Bone Nut
  • Mother of Pearl Chesterfield Headstock Logo
  • Guild Strap, Hard shell Case 

Our in house guitar tech has inspected, tested, and cleaned all of our instruments on site prior to shipping. All of our instruments are guaranteed to be fully functional upon arrival.

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best personalized service in the industry.  We strive to offer the best gear, the best online experience, and the best personalized service in the industry.

Meet the Team!

Andy Kuzmin – Guitar Sales Specialist
When MSL was still just a two-man operation, Andy worked the counter at our local UPS drop-off. One lonely day, we started chatting with Andy. One thing led to another, we got some drinks, things got hazy, and before we both knew what was happening, Andy woke up at MSL. Since then, he’s been nothing but open, friendly and responsive to our customers. His philosophy is simple – he’s a fellow player first and the guy selling you a guitar second. That rare musician in whom staggering technique and unadulterated humility coexist, Andy shreds prog-fusion style at bars and clubs around Burlington almost nightly.

Brian Harris – Bass Guitar Sales Specialist
Brian was born and raised in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. As a teenager, he moved to New York City and quickly became immersed in the music scene by spending time with his dad and uncle, both horn players. When his father went on tour as lead trumpet player for Tower of Power, Brian became infatuated by the unmistakable, incredibly unique and infectiously booty shaking grooves of Rocco Prestia. He picked up a bass guitar at 14 and hasn’t been able to put it down since. Some other monumental influences have been James Jamerson, Jaco, Marcus Miller, the one and only Bootsy Collins and Stanley Clarke.

Dylan Berno – Sales
Dylan is the kind of guy who can turn a regulatory meeting into a barbeque. The average blood pressure at MSL has dropped considerably since he joined the team. He makes the long-hair-and-loafers thing look easy, and he’s all about the kind of guitar playing that makes you not mind the fact that you’re sweating. You can find Dylan around Burlington on a Friday night, bending fifths or eating pork off the grill.

Paul Comegno – Head Luthier/ Guitar Tech
We’ve all had the seizure-inducing experience of leaving our favorite guitar in the care of a tech who we know nothing about. Paul started experiencing this sort of thing when he was 15, so his reaction was simple: I’ll fix the damn thing myself. Since then, Paul has worked on thousands of guitars, completed the Roberto-Venn School of Luthiery and built quite a few instruments himself. All of his work reflects the same maddeningly precise attention to detail. If Paul’s worked on it, it plays and intonates perfectly. Paul plays around Burlington regularly with his danger-rock band Rough Francis.

Dan Davine – Guitar Tech
After seven years in Brooklyn as a professional drummer, guitarist and banjo player, Dan moved to Vermont and joined the MSL team. He’s been on plenty of tours with a whole array of bands, and he’s worked as a recording engineer at Mighty Toad Studios in Brooklyn. He’s got enough ears and musical intuition to help you find the perfect guitar, even from thousands of miles away. He’s a cheery presence in the office and has refreshingly unfussy musical taste – he’ll listen to and play just about anything.

Ben Werlin – Managing Partner
Ben studied music business at the University of Miami and met Jeff Santoro shortly after. The two quickly became business partners and started making things happen. They’d been working on projects together for eight years before the idea of MSL came into view as the sun set on Yosemite National Park one crisp fall evening. Yes, it actually happened that way. Ben and Jeff did some research, put a team together and started buying and selling their favorite things: guitars. A player of the Scofield/Anastasio/Krasno persuasion, Ben is on a mission is to help you find great tone. His springer spaniel Charlie is on a mission to harass all of the delivery people.

Jeff Santoro – Partner/Director of Operations
Hailing from the yonder hills of Saranac Lake, this bass player’s muse brought him to Burlington when he moved his band here and started a local record label. Shortly after, he met Ben Werlin, and the two developed a habit of entrepreneurial wizardry. The name Santoro derives from the Latin word “sanctus,” which means saint, and we can assure you that Jeff couldn’t have a more appropriate last name. He’s kind of like the tonal center of day-to-day office life: We’re constantly referring to Jeff, trying to remember where he is and leaning on him for help with more complicated things.

Bob Wagner – Video Demos, Writer
Imagine if the lovechild of Ray Charles and Carmen McRae was raised in New Orleans. This person could open for Bob Wagner. He moved up here from New Jersey a few years back and got a degree in jazz performance from Johnson State College. He fell in love with Vermont, so he stayed here and became a regular in the Burlington music scene. He has blues in his blood, he loves avocadoes, and he looks kind of like Van Gogh’s Apollonian brother. Derek Trucks, Jimmy Herring, Trey and David Gilmour continue to influence and inspire Bob – you’ve probably heard a few nods to all of them in some of his video demos. He’s been writing and performing like mad with everyone around town, which might be why he strolls in around noon most days.

Al Teodosio – Writer
After graduating with a degree in English and music, Al spent the next few years mumbling at his shoes in response to the semi-rhetorical question, “But what does one do with a degree in music and English?” As a full-time writer at MSL, he now answers this same question with vengeful aplomb. Few things compete with music and words for Al’s attention, but some of them include fresh tea, roasted garlic and the subtle mannerisms of waterfowl. (Have you seen the way a common mallard will scratch its face with its foot?) He digs the music of Ligeti, Bill Evans, Arvo Part, Meshuggah and Bucky Pizzarelli.

Derek Virta – Shipping
Derek started performing in Boston when he was 16, and he liked it enough to study jazz performance for a bit at The Hartt School with Jackie McLean. A handful of years later, he began touring and played everywhere from LA to Dresden with a number of Chicago-based bands. In a strange turn of events and in an effort to live a healthier lifestyle, he put the music gig on hold and got really into bike racing and kale lemonade. He recently came back to Vermont, and after several years away from “the business,” he’s happy to be involved with music again. Derek’s nonpartisan musical taste encompasses Om, Bill Evans, Neurosis and Charles Mingus.

Nathan Steinbauer – Video Producer
A long-time friend of tech Paul Comegno, Nate joined the team at the end of 2012. Nate has many things: a slow and relaxed gait, enchanting blue eyes, a love of walnuts and several pairs of homemade jean shorts. Turns out Nate also has over a decade of video experience and a degree from the Art Institute of Vancouver, so he knows his way around a camera better than most of us know our way around a fretboard. Nate doesn’t play guitar, but his taste in art is good enough that we let it slide: He digs the pictures of Ansel Adams, the music of Pink Floyd and The Coen Brothers’ films.

Jay Morgan – Inventory Manager

The cool uncle figure of the office, Jay Morgan excels where most musicians come up short: He’s organized, responsible and mature. In fact, he owns his own business that rents pre-pitched tents to music festivals. Jay manages the thousands of items in our inventory without getting distracted by things like the harmonic flexibility of the minor sixth chord. For 10 years, he’s been living in Vermont with his wife Cat, his daughter Calla, his cat Isis and his dogs Greta and
Levon. (Yes, after Levon Helm.)

Susan Lambert – Bookkeeper
Susan Lambert has been singing since she was six, and she’s been staying a few rooms away from Brussel’s sprouts since she was five. She has a B.A. in Music Education from Johnson State College and has used her lovely voice with the Vermont Symphony Orchestra Chorus for 21 years. Classical and jazz are her favorite types of music, but you’d be hard pressed to find an album Susan would turn off. As our bookkeeper, she makes the numbers line up and ensures that nothing
gets lost in the mix.

Steve Wolfe – Sr. Software Engineer
There’s a certain movie where “The Wolfe” solves problems. We thought that having our own Wolfe would be a good idea, so we went to a couple early-morning black tie parties and found one, complete with an Acura. Steve Wolfe leads our web development group and ensures that the IT brain of MusicStoreLive.com stays alert, robust, and equal parts creative and analytical. He’s a geek of all trades – software, computers, guitars, amplifiers, and pedals. The Wolfe is committed to making your online experience as seamless as possible, and if you have a problem, he’s committed to solving it.

 

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Dear musicstorelive,

I want to take this opportunity to thank you all so much from the bottom of my heart for your excellent, professional service. The 350v63 Rickenbacker guitar is in perfect condition and exactly as described and I’m so very happy with my new guitar.
This model Rickenbacker is what I have wanted for more than 30 years, and thanks to you guys my dream has finally come true. I will definitely be buying more equipment through your business and will recommend you to everyone I know. Thanks again.

– Grant Johnston

HEY DEREK AND ALL THE CREW,

THE GUITAR IS BEATIFUL AND SOUNDS AWESOME. SO VERY LIGHT, PERFECT FOR ME!

I CAN’T TELL YOU ALL HOW MUCH I APPRECIATE YOUR CARE, KINDNESS AND CONSIDERATION OF ME.

NO WHERE ELSE IN THIS UNIVERSE CAN YOU FIND A MUSIC STORE WITH REAL PEOPLE WHO REALLY, REALLY CARE ABOUT THEIR CUSTOMERS HAPPINESS.  A PLACE WILLING TO GO THE DISTANCE, NO MATTER WHAT.  I HAVE NEVER FELT SUCH WARMTH AND FRIENDSHIP
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YOU HAVE MADE ME FEEL VERY SPECIAL AND THAT’S WHAT OTHERS HAVE NOT BEEN ABLE TO DO.

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I WON’T SHOP ANYWHERE ELSE FROM NOW ON.

THANKS SO MUCH FOR YOUR FRIENDSHIP.

VERY SINCERELY,

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ATLANTA, GEORGIA

“Ben and his team are the absolute BEST! These guys not only know about instruments, they actually know about a little thing called CUSTOMER SERVICE! These guys saved me $$$ on my new Fender Deluxe American Ash P-Bass, I will spare the details
as if everyone knew the kind of deal you can get here, they would have to close up shop, and I’m not ready for that yet. I could NOT believe it… the more I kept digging, the more cool little things I discovered… I am actually still trying
to find out where I’m getting screwed here… I GIVE UP! Keep up the awesome job! (at this point, I am going to forego the string offer here… it just wouldn’t be right). Thanks again!”

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The ES339 arrived.  

It’s beautiful.  It looks brand spanking new. And plays really well.  I must admit I was nervous buying online.  I felt I was risking  a lot of money based on a “sales description”.  Your description
of this guitar was conservative.  I appreciate that because it is in better shape than you described it.  Wow, is all I can say.  Thanks for the honesty and then some.

I couldn’t be happier.  What a lovely guitar.  There really is a difference between a Custom Shop and normal Gibson production fit and finish quality.  

Here’s a picture.  So please don’t worry, the guitar feels very secure in its new home.   FYI, that’s a Heritage 335 with Seth lovers and a Logan Tele with DeMarzio pups on a 5 way switch next to the 339. It’s
in good comfortable company.

Thanks for a good deal and I’ll look to you guys for my next purchase. 

-Todd, Connecticut

The Spruce PRS and I have become very good friends.  Thank you for the excellent service and communication.  It was a seamless purchase and I could not be happier.  The guitar arrived with exceptional packaging and in stunning
condition.  I cannot emphasize adequately how well the guitar and case were prepared and packed for shipment.  THe guitar has a wonderful voice and a range of tone I have seldom seen in any guitar.  The piezo by itself is remarkable
and emulates an acoustic very well, especially when linked to an acoustic amp using the second output jack.  The jazz tones are lush and round  with an overtone of the woody sound. It’s playability is superb and can scream if called
for.  The weight is a bit disorienting at first.  Initially, it felt like a toy but time on the strings corrected that perception.  I am still amazed at the sounds that come out of that 5.4 lb instrument.  AS you can see
in this photo, it has made friends with an old friend of mine, a 1965 Fender Princeton Reverb that has been with me for well over 20 years.  I just re-tubed it and upgraded the speaker as the original Jensen P10Q id not come with it although
it is otherwise mint, so warm meets warm.  Thanks again, guys for the purchase and terrific support.  Here are the newlyweds.

-Jim

“What can I say.  MusicStoreLive ALWAYS has some great vintage stuff, but when I saw this one, it was all over!  I had sold one exactly like it to a collector, some years back, and had always regretted it.  When it comes to guitars,
Ben at MusicStoreLive is someone who doesn’t just sell them, but loves and appreciates a fine instrument, and recognizes it’s unique qualities.  He was GREAT to deal with. I just can’t say enough about how professional
and easy the transaction was. I actually consider Ben a friend now, and my wife and I really hope to get up to see him some time in the future!! You’ll LOVE dealing with MusicStoreLive!!!”

– Rick Rizzi

“I was very skeptical about making a purchase online. These guys made it easy for me. They answered all my questions, maintained a professional attitude the entire time and they were more than willingly to work with me. The 2000 Warwick
Thumb bass I purchased arrived last Thursday. It was expertly packaged and had a good set-up right out of the box. It is the last bass I will need to buy because it destroys everything else in my collection. I have worked with
a lot of companies over the years and have never gotten the kind of service that I received from these guys.  I would highly recommend this company for anyone looking to buy a quality instrument.”

-Lee Hinson

Hi Ben,

I’ve got the purple Rickenbacker bass today.  Everything is great.  Seems that he had a very gentle journey.  It was very well wrapped, no damages, no complains;-)

The Rick has topped all my expectations.  Can’t stop playing it!

It was me a pleasure to make this deal with you!

Best wishes,

Max 

Luxembourg.

Hi guys….thanks for offering up another great prs…my second singlecut prs purchase from you!

-Jeff Thibeau

This thing is the real sound-heaven on earth!

Greetings from Germany, 

The PRS – Al D arrived last Friday morning…everything´s in perfect condition.

As you can see on the picture from my “living-room”,  I´m a “little bit” crazy in guitars,-

but one thing I must say:

it does´t matter if I use a Peavey, a Fender or a Mark IV-Amp

 this thing is the real  

SOUND-HEAVEN ON EARTH.

Thank you and best wishes!!!

-Heiko Reifenberg

Buying online can be very risky and one has to trust the honesty and integrity of the retailer….

Hi, I’ve just received (as of yesterday) the white ’79 Rckenbacker you sold me (April 25/26). I’ve left feedback on ebay and would have liked to have said more if there’d been the space to do so. The bass sounds amazing. I’ve got a 4003 model
which is only a few years old, so it’s interesting to compare the two. The sound of the older one is vastly superior. It’s a truly beautiful instrument.

Buying online can be very risky and one has to trust the honesty and integrity of the retailer. Your description of the ’79 4001 was accurate; it was well photographed so I had a good idea of what I was buying. My anxiety was further allayed
by the prompt and friendly emails from your salesperson, Paul. The most worrying time was when it was in customs in the UK!

I wouldn’t hesitate to recommend you. Thanks again from a delighted customer.

-Joan Bimson

I just recieved the Axe From Hell.

Beautiful LP Custom in perfect conditions. Il love the frets.

My Mesa rocket44 & me are already overheating. A new set off strings, and let’s get some r’n’roll.

Thank you for your business.

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At MusicStoreLive.com we are proud to offer free return shipping and a 14-day return policy in the 48 contiguous states on all new* items over $30. It’s all part of our mission to bring the guitar shop to your living room. This policy allows you to get your gear hassle-free and try it with your own rig to be sure that it truly fits with your playing style and sound. If it doesn’t work the way you had hoped we’ll send you a prepaid return label and issue you a 100% store credit, once we get the item back in the same condition it was purchased. It’s that simple.

If you’d rather return an item for cash you will receive a full refund minus our shipping costs. Please allow 7-10 days from the receiving date for returns to be processed.

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  • All returns are subject to a Tech Check upon arrival. Any instrument that is returned with damage, wear and tear (including pick marks), missing or replaced parts, missing protective or packing materials are not eligible for a full refund.
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In most cases we ship same day if your order is placed by 12 p.m. EST Monday thru Friday! See the FedEx shipping map below for estimated delivery times.

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Shipping Rates for guitar and bass-sized products:

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1976 Guild Aragon F-30, Natural

| Guild Guitar | 8 hours ago

Garrett Park Guitars

1976 Guild Aragon F-30, Natural, Orchestra Style

Spruce Top, Mahogany Back and Sides, Rosewood Fretboard.

Comes with a Hardshell Case.

  • 1972 Guild F-30 Aragon
  • Natural 
  • Orchestra Design 
  • Solid Spruce Top 
  • Solid Mahogany Back and Sides
  • Solid Mahogany Neck
  • Rosewood Fretboard
  • Small Pearl Dot Inlays 
  • Chrome Hardware 
  • Guild Open Tuners
  • Rosewood Bridge 
  • Tortoise Pickguard
  • Nut Width 1.685″ 
  • Scale Length 25.5″ 
  • 20 Frets 
  • Hard Shell Case 
  • Serial# 139186

GARRETT PARK GUITARS

Since 1991 Located in Annapolis, Maryland USAStore Hours: 10:00 AM – 8:00 PM Monday – Thursday, Friday 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM, Saturday 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM (Closed on Sunday)

NEW – USED – VINTAGE – GEARHard to Find Items – Give us a CALL and we’ll make an eBay listing for you!
CONTACT USSometimes we don’t get your eBay messages so contact us directPhone: 410-571-9660 
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Guild 12 String Acoustic/electric Guitar Model D-125-12…solid Wood Mahogany

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 2014 Guild 12-String Acoustic/ Electric Guitar Model D-125-12

Solid Mahogany…Top…Sides…Back

w/ K&K Pure 12 String Pickup System – UPGRADE

Plus

Brand New – Guild Hard Shell Plush Guitar Case – UPGRADE

Beautiful Looking and Sounding 12 String Guitar

Mint…Rarely Played…(1 Hour)

Guild Gad Series: List Price $885.00 without Case & Pickups

The all-mahogany body of the D-125-12 dreadnought (12-string sibling of the D-125) boasts unique presence and balance, with clear, tight bass and warm, airy top end that make it a versatile instrument great for a broad range of styles. Its slim satin-finish mahogany neck imparts smooth playability and silky feel; premium appointments include mother-of-pearl rosette and inlays, and rosewood fingerboard, bridge and headcap.

Mid 90s Guild F-30 Nt Used W/hardcase Worldwide Shipping

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Mid 90s GUILD F-30 NT Used w/Hardcase Worldwide Shipping!!!

Description

Condition: Used, Full working
Estimated production year: Mid 1990s
Top: Spruce
Back: Mahogany
This shows scratches, dents, hardware oxidation, and a trace of crack repair in the top.
Non original hard case is included.

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All items are shipped with full insurance and signature confirmation so there is no risk for you the buyer.
We are very familiar with shipping internationally.
This item will be packed very safe and secure.
Please contact me if you have any questions
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?Fast shipping and very well packed! Miku Stomp – what a beautie..! Arigatou..!(from Russian)
?Super careful wrapping and fast shipping! Highly recommendeSuper (from CANADA)
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Money back guarantee within 14 days if returned by customer.

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About Us

We sell various kinds of Japanese products to international customers.
Our goal is to provide the best quality products and service and your satisfaction is the most important to us.
Happy bidding!!

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2006 Guild Co 1 Acoustic Guitar W/case

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2006 Guild CO-16 String
FEATURES

  • Body style: orchestra acoustic
  • Top: solid western red cedar
  • Bracing: spruce
  • Back: solid mahog
  • Sides: solid mahog
  • Bridge: Madagascar rose
  • Neck: 1-piece mahogany (bolt-on)
  • Fretboard: Madagascar rose (12″ radius)
  • Width at nut: 1-3/4″
  • No. Of frets: 21
  • Scale length: 25-1/2″
  • Hardware: nickel
  • Machine heads: Gotoh 500 open-back tuners
  • Finish: high gloss (nitro-cellulose lacquer)
  • Unique features: patented graphite neck-block bolt-on neck system, dual locked graphite neck reinforcement tubes, spruce braced top, abal dot position inlays, madagascar rose bridge pins with abal dots, bone nut, streamlined compensated saddle, multi-lam ivoroid bindings and end-strip with red and black accent lines, contemporary Guild rosette of Madagascar rose, ivoroid and red and black accent lines,factory installed forward strap button with internally braced support, vintage script mother-of-pear Guild logo
  • Case: includes deluxe hardshell guitar case

This guitar has been recently re strung and set up. The body shows dings and scrapes.It shows some wear and pick scratching on the top/treble side of the sound hole.One non original tuner.One top crack lower bout/treble side that has been cleated.

Guild/dearmond Starfire Special Guitar

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I have for sale a De Armond Starfire Special in Crimson Red get yours now.

Everything works as it should.

The guitar comes without a case, but will pack well for a safe trip.

The guitar has non original volume and tone knobs.

Very nice sounding guitar with a beautiful  maple figure grain . 

This guitar is in very good to excellent condition and has not been played much.

No international shipping and will only ship to the lower 48 states .

Please ask any questions before buying.

Thanks for looking and good luck in bidding.

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| Guild Guitar | 19 hours ago

New old stock guild d40. Bought this guitar in 2011. I also have a d50 bluegrass jubilee that I am more attached too. The d40 sits in the closet I played. I’ve been holding this for years and it’s time to let it go! Pristine new condition! All original materials included. Unopened Case  candy is pictured, along with the humidifier I’ve kept with it. OHSC included as well. The case has som rub marks on it from being moved around, but is new other than some cosmetic issues. Still has that wonderful new guitar smell!

Guild Standard Series guitars represent the essence of the Guild acoustic legacy. With their supreme playability, understated elegance, and unmistakable full and balanced sound they are the quintessential Guild acoustic guitar. The D-40 Standard Acoustic Guitaris a classic mahogany dreadnought with refined features that make for a player-centric instrument with premium sound quality.

The D-40 features a solid Sitka Spruce top with Red Spruce bracing and solid genuine Mahogany back & sides for a strong, balanced sound and superb dynamic range. Other refined features such as a satin finished Mahogany neck with slim profile, ivoroid body binding, and bone nut, saddle, and bridge pins round out the package to create a truly fine instrument.

Features

Category: Standard

Body Style: Dreadnought

Top: Solid Sitka Spruce

Bracing: Scalloped Red Spruce

Back: Solid Mahogany

Sides: Solid Mahogany

Scale Length: 25.625″ (65.09 Cm)

Neck: Mahogany

Fretboard: Rosewood

Fingerboard Radius: 12″ Radius (305 Mm)

No. of Frets: 20

Position Inlays: Pearl Dot Inlays

Nut: Bone

Nut Width: 1.6875″ (43 Mm)

Bridge: Rosewood

Saddle: Bone Saddle

Bridge Pins: Bone Bridge Pins

Body Finish: High Gloss Lacquer

Neck Finish: Satin Lacquer

Hardware: Chrome

Machine Heads: Gotoh Die-Cast

Strings: D’addario Exp 17 Coated Phosphor Bronze, (.013-.056 Gauges)

Case: Deluxe Hardshell Case

Unique features:

Red Spruce bracing

Ivoroid body binding

Satin finished neck with slim profile

Dual-action truss rod

1999 Guild Dearmond Starfire Ii Bass – Excellent Condition

| Guild Guitar | 22 hours ago

northsidemuse Store Beautiful bass. Has a few surface scratches and scuffs here and there.

Apologies for the reflections – especially on the headstock.

Fresh flatwounds. DeArmond USA pickups.

Includes a brand new Fender padded gig bag.

Ask all questions. Sold as is, as shown, as described, and sale is final.

PayPal plus $65 shipping to the US48 and eBay Global calculated shipping.

The fine
print:

 

I am located
almost a mile high in elevation in Colorado
and sell only used instruments. Since instruments are machines comprised of
many interacting parts, changes occur when shipping to a different climate. Some
adjustments (string height, neck relief, intonation, etc.) may need to be made
both to bring it back to playing snuff and/or to satisfy a personal playing
style. These adjustments are NOT part of the sale price.

 

I do my best
to test, adjust, and describe them as accurately as possible but I do not go
over and report every millimeter as that is impossible.

 

If you have
a question, please ask up front before bidding or buying so there are no
misunderstandings. I will do my best to answer.

 

Thanks.

Guild Guitar D44m 1974

| Guild Guitar | 23 hours ago

Hello and Thank-you for looking.

Today, I am looking for a new home for a trusty friend for many years.

Sorry for the sentiments but I am the original owner of this 1972 Guild D44m dreadnought acoustic guitar.  

I may regret this, but I am selling so I can satisfy my lifelong bucket list of owning a new Martin D35 and the Martin factory is an hour away…..

This guitar is in excellent condition for its age. It is not mint or like new. It has aged gracefully for the past 43 years (I wish I could say the same).

It does have some superficial dings in the face, maybe 2-3 are noticeable, the rest are not really noticeable in my opinion. Look at the photos and you can judge. 

There is no bridge lift or separation of the neck where it meets the body. There are no cracks in the wood as far as I can see. The tuners are Guild badge but probably Schulers. They still work fine. I have not had to setup this guitar as I am fine with it as it is now. You may decide otherwise. The strings will need to be replaced. Up to you to select your favorites and install as you like.

It plays and sounds great. It has lots of volume and a bright tone. The action is good but if you are looking for super low string action you may have to make some adjustments. It just sounds and looks great for a 40+ year instrument. If you have any questions or want to see additional photos let me know.

Case is included. The case is still strong and sturdy but the Tolex covering needs some TLC as you can see in the photos.

I will ship FEDEX as they are the only ones I would trust with this.

I will ship internationally. Sorry, I am not offering returns on this.

Thanks again for looking and reading. Happy Picking.

Guild F-130rce Natural – Rosewood Back And Sides – Fishman Pickup

| Guild Guitar | September 3, 2015

New Guild F-130RCE GAD Series Right-Handed Righty, RH 6 string Rosewood Natural Gloss Polyurethane Mahogany C 25.5″ scale length Vintage Style Open-Back Pearl Dot 20 frets Under Saddle Fishman® Fishman Sonitone Satin finished neck with slim profile, Mother-of-Pearl rosette and inlays, rosewood headcap

GUILD F-130RCE NATURAL – ROSEWOOD BACK AND SIDES – FISHMAN PICKUP

 

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At Music Store Live we’re all musicians like you, and we know how hard it can be to afford all the gear that you want and need.  We encourage you to make us an offer.  Often times, you’ll be pleasantly surprised!  

Additionally, don’t hesitate to contact us regarding financing options.  We’ll do everything we can to help get that next piece of gear into your hands.

Music Store Live is proud to be an authorized Guild dealer. We do our best to keep a nice inventory of Guild on hand, so be sure to check it all out. If we don’t have what you’re looking for in stock, get in touch! We have a great relationship with Guild, so we can place custom orders quickly and easily. Send us a message and we’ll cut you a deal!

Player’s Perspective

Music Store Live is proud to present Guild F-130RCE! The tonal balance and clarity of a well built acoustic guitar inspires musical ideas in a truly unique way. This F-130RCE is everything you could hope for in an acoustic guitar, and it sounds way better than it should, given the price. The tone is crisp and warm, the body projects well enough to fill a room with sound, and the feel is even and consistent up and down the neck. This is one of those guitars on which you can really “hear the wood” in the tone. Some acoustic guitars four times the price of this one can’t claim as much. The on-board pickup system amplifies these subtleties without sacrificing any dimensions of the tone. As this guitar ages, it’s going to mature tonally into an even richer, fuller sound. This is one of the best acoustic deals we’ve seen in a long time.

Item Details

This orchestra-style F-130RCE features a solid spruce top and scalloped spruce bracing. The rosewood back and sides create a richer, more complex sound. The neck is made of mahogany, and the fingerboard and bridge are rosewood. All of these great tonewoods make for a clear, balanced guitar that projects incredibly well. The 1 3/4 inch nut is wide enough for advanced fingerpickers, but will keep strummers happy as well. The Nu-Bone nut and saddle make for tuning stability and precision – you won’t get those annoying pops and clicks when tuning. The slim profile neck is comfortable everywhere and doesn’t get in the way of your playing. With the on-board Fishman Sonitone pickup, amplifying this guitar is easy. The single-cut allows for easy upper fret access. Other features include a 25 1/2″ scale length, vintage style open-back tuners, nickel hardware and black/cream/black purfling. This is a consistent, balanced acoustic guitar that could easily cost twice as much and will age wonderfully.

Overall Condition

This Guild F-130RCE is in mint condition with no nicks, scratches, or blemishes of any kind. 

NOTE: This guitar comes with a MusicStoreLive 1 year warranty. The photos above are not of the actual instrument. Please feel free to call us toll free for an in hand description. 888.465.5037

Specs

  • Guild F-130RCE
  • Orchestra Body Style
  • Single Cut
  • Natural Finish
  • Solid Spruce Top
  • Rosewood Back and Sides
  • Scalloped Spruce Bracing
  • Mother of Pearl Rosette
  • Black/Cream/Black Purfling
  • Ivoroid Body Binding
  • Fishman Sonitone Under-Saddle Pickup w/ End-Pin Mounted Active Preamp
  • Volume and Tone Controls
  • Mahogany Neck – Slim Profile
  • 25.5″ Scale Length
  • 20 Frets
  • Pearl Dot Inlays
  • Rosewood Fretboard
  • Fingerboard Radius: 16″
  • Rosewood Bridge
  • Nu-Bone Nut
  • Nu-Bone Compensated Saddle
  • Rosewood Headcap
  • Nut Width 1 3/4 “
  • Guild Hard Shell Case

Our in house guitar tech has inspected, tested, and cleaned all of our instruments on site prior to shipping. All of our instruments are guaranteed to be fully functional upon arrival.

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At Music Store Live, our goal is to revolutionize the way gear is bought online. It’s not just about videos and know how; it’s about the person on the other end of the line.  Whether you are in Tokyo or Toledo, we invite you to experience
the reality of a living online music store and help us shape the best buying experience possible.  As you’ll see in the video below, we’re musicians just like you.  We strive to offer the best gear with the best online experience, and the
best personalized service in the industry.  We strive to offer the best gear, the best online experience, and the best personalized service in the industry.

Meet the Team!

Andy Kuzmin – Guitar Sales Specialist
When MSL was still just a two-man operation, Andy worked the counter at our local UPS drop-off. One lonely day, we started chatting with Andy. One thing led to another, we got some drinks, things got hazy, and before we both knew what was happening, Andy woke up at MSL. Since then, he’s been nothing but open, friendly and responsive to our customers. His philosophy is simple – he’s a fellow player first and the guy selling you a guitar second. That rare musician in whom staggering technique and unadulterated humility coexist, Andy shreds prog-fusion style at bars and clubs around Burlington almost nightly.

Brian Harris – Bass Guitar Sales Specialist
Brian was born and raised in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. As a teenager, he moved to New York City and quickly became immersed in the music scene by spending time with his dad and uncle, both horn players. When his father went on tour as lead trumpet player for Tower of Power, Brian became infatuated by the unmistakable, incredibly unique and infectiously booty shaking grooves of Rocco Prestia. He picked up a bass guitar at 14 and hasn’t been able to put it down since. Some other monumental influences have been James Jamerson, Jaco, Marcus Miller, the one and only Bootsy Collins and Stanley Clarke.

Dylan Berno – Sales
Dylan is the kind of guy who can turn a regulatory meeting into a barbeque. The average blood pressure at MSL has dropped considerably since he joined the team. He makes the long-hair-and-loafers thing look easy, and he’s all about the kind of guitar playing that makes you not mind the fact that you’re sweating. You can find Dylan around Burlington on a Friday night, bending fifths or eating pork off the grill.

Paul Comegno – Head Luthier/ Guitar Tech
We’ve all had the seizure-inducing experience of leaving our favorite guitar in the care of a tech who we know nothing about. Paul started experiencing this sort of thing when he was 15, so his reaction was simple: I’ll fix the damn thing myself. Since then, Paul has worked on thousands of guitars, completed the Roberto-Venn School of Luthiery and built quite a few instruments himself. All of his work reflects the same maddeningly precise attention to detail. If Paul’s worked on it, it plays and intonates perfectly. Paul plays around Burlington regularly with his danger-rock band Rough Francis.

Dan Davine – Guitar Tech
After seven years in Brooklyn as a professional drummer, guitarist and banjo player, Dan moved to Vermont and joined the MSL team. He’s been on plenty of tours with a whole array of bands, and he’s worked as a recording engineer at Mighty Toad Studios in Brooklyn. He’s got enough ears and musical intuition to help you find the perfect guitar, even from thousands of miles away. He’s a cheery presence in the office and has refreshingly unfussy musical taste – he’ll listen to and play just about anything.

Ben Werlin – Managing Partner
Ben studied music business at the University of Miami and met Jeff Santoro shortly after. The two quickly became business partners and started making things happen. They’d been working on projects together for eight years before the idea of MSL came into view as the sun set on Yosemite National Park one crisp fall evening. Yes, it actually happened that way. Ben and Jeff did some research, put a team together and started buying and selling their favorite things: guitars. A player of the Scofield/Anastasio/Krasno persuasion, Ben is on a mission is to help you find great tone. His springer spaniel Charlie is on a mission to harass all of the delivery people.

Jeff Santoro – Partner/Director of Operations
Hailing from the yonder hills of Saranac Lake, this bass player’s muse brought him to Burlington when he moved his band here and started a local record label. Shortly after, he met Ben Werlin, and the two developed a habit of entrepreneurial wizardry. The name Santoro derives from the Latin word “sanctus,” which means saint, and we can assure you that Jeff couldn’t have a more appropriate last name. He’s kind of like the tonal center of day-to-day office life: We’re constantly referring to Jeff, trying to remember where he is and leaning on him for help with more complicated things.

Bob Wagner – Video Demos, Writer
Imagine if the lovechild of Ray Charles and Carmen McRae was raised in New Orleans. This person could open for Bob Wagner. He moved up here from New Jersey a few years back and got a degree in jazz performance from Johnson State College. He fell in love with Vermont, so he stayed here and became a regular in the Burlington music scene. He has blues in his blood, he loves avocadoes, and he looks kind of like Van Gogh’s Apollonian brother. Derek Trucks, Jimmy Herring, Trey and David Gilmour continue to influence and inspire Bob – you’ve probably heard a few nods to all of them in some of his video demos. He’s been writing and performing like mad with everyone around town, which might be why he strolls in around noon most days.

Al Teodosio – Writer
After graduating with a degree in English and music, Al spent the next few years mumbling at his shoes in response to the semi-rhetorical question, “But what does one do with a degree in music and English?” As a full-time writer at MSL, he now answers this same question with vengeful aplomb. Few things compete with music and words for Al’s attention, but some of them include fresh tea, roasted garlic and the subtle mannerisms of waterfowl. (Have you seen the way a common mallard will scratch its face with its foot?) He digs the music of Ligeti, Bill Evans, Arvo Part, Meshuggah and Bucky Pizzarelli.

Derek Virta – Shipping
Derek started performing in Boston when he was 16, and he liked it enough to study jazz performance for a bit at The Hartt School with Jackie McLean. A handful of years later, he began touring and played everywhere from LA to Dresden with a number of Chicago-based bands. In a strange turn of events and in an effort to live a healthier lifestyle, he put the music gig on hold and got really into bike racing and kale lemonade. He recently came back to Vermont, and after several years away from “the business,” he’s happy to be involved with music again. Derek’s nonpartisan musical taste encompasses Om, Bill Evans, Neurosis and Charles Mingus.

Nathan Steinbauer – Video Producer
A long-time friend of tech Paul Comegno, Nate joined the team at the end of 2012. Nate has many things: a slow and relaxed gait, enchanting blue eyes, a love of walnuts and several pairs of homemade jean shorts. Turns out Nate also has over a decade of video experience and a degree from the Art Institute of Vancouver, so he knows his way around a camera better than most of us know our way around a fretboard. Nate doesn’t play guitar, but his taste in art is good enough that we let it slide: He digs the pictures of Ansel Adams, the music of Pink Floyd and The Coen Brothers’ films.

Jay Morgan – Inventory Manager

The cool uncle figure of the office, Jay Morgan excels where most musicians come up short: He’s organized, responsible and mature. In fact, he owns his own business that rents pre-pitched tents to music festivals. Jay manages the thousands of items in our inventory without getting distracted by things like the harmonic flexibility of the minor sixth chord. For 10 years, he’s been living in Vermont with his wife Cat, his daughter Calla, his cat Isis and his dogs Greta and
Levon. (Yes, after Levon Helm.)

Susan Lambert – Bookkeeper
Susan Lambert has been singing since she was six, and she’s been staying a few rooms away from Brussel’s sprouts since she was five. She has a B.A. in Music Education from Johnson State College and has used her lovely voice with the Vermont Symphony Orchestra Chorus for 21 years. Classical and jazz are her favorite types of music, but you’d be hard pressed to find an album Susan would turn off. As our bookkeeper, she makes the numbers line up and ensures that nothing
gets lost in the mix.

Steve Wolfe – Sr. Software Engineer
There’s a certain movie where “The Wolfe” solves problems. We thought that having our own Wolfe would be a good idea, so we went to a couple early-morning black tie parties and found one, complete with an Acura. Steve Wolfe leads our web development group and ensures that the IT brain of MusicStoreLive.com stays alert, robust, and equal parts creative and analytical. He’s a geek of all trades – software, computers, guitars, amplifiers, and pedals. The Wolfe is committed to making your online experience as seamless as possible, and if you have a problem, he’s committed to solving it.

 

Customer Testimonials

I will definitely be buying more equipment through your business and will recommend you to everyone I know….

Dear musicstorelive,

I want to take this opportunity to thank you all so much from the bottom of my heart for your excellent, professional service. The 350v63 Rickenbacker guitar is in perfect condition and exactly as described and I’m so very happy with my new guitar.
This model Rickenbacker is what I have wanted for more than 30 years, and thanks to you guys my dream has finally come true. I will definitely be buying more equipment through your business and will recommend you to everyone I know. Thanks again.

– Grant Johnston

HEY DEREK AND ALL THE CREW,

THE GUITAR IS BEATIFUL AND SOUNDS AWESOME. SO VERY LIGHT, PERFECT FOR ME!

I CAN’T TELL YOU ALL HOW MUCH I APPRECIATE YOUR CARE, KINDNESS AND CONSIDERATION OF ME.

NO WHERE ELSE IN THIS UNIVERSE CAN YOU FIND A MUSIC STORE WITH REAL PEOPLE WHO REALLY, REALLY CARE ABOUT THEIR CUSTOMERS HAPPINESS.  A PLACE WILLING TO GO THE DISTANCE, NO MATTER WHAT.  I HAVE NEVER FELT SUCH WARMTH AND FRIENDSHIP
FROM A BUNCH OF MUSIC NUTS LIKE YOURSELVES. I AM INDEED PRIVILEGED AND BLESSED TO HAVE FOUND YOU GUYS. YOU HAVE TAKEN SUCH GRAND CARE OF ME. NO ONE ELSE HAS EVER DONE THAT FOR ME AND I HAVE SHOPPED A LOT OF PLACES IN PERSON AND ON THE WEB.

YOU HAVE MADE ME FEEL VERY SPECIAL AND THAT’S WHAT OTHERS HAVE NOT BEEN ABLE TO DO.

YOU GUYS ARE NO DOUBT THE BEST IN THE BUSINESS!

I WON’T SHOP ANYWHERE ELSE FROM NOW ON.

THANKS SO MUCH FOR YOUR FRIENDSHIP.

VERY SINCERELY,

DR. GEORGE LAMBROS

ATLANTA, GEORGIA

“Ben and his team are the absolute BEST! These guys not only know about instruments, they actually know about a little thing called CUSTOMER SERVICE! These guys saved me $$$ on my new Fender Deluxe American Ash P-Bass, I will spare the details
as if everyone knew the kind of deal you can get here, they would have to close up shop, and I’m not ready for that yet. I could NOT believe it… the more I kept digging, the more cool little things I discovered… I am actually still trying
to find out where I’m getting screwed here… I GIVE UP! Keep up the awesome job! (at this point, I am going to forego the string offer here… it just wouldn’t be right). Thanks again!”

-Iam Shocky

 

The ES339 arrived.  

It’s beautiful.  It looks brand spanking new. And plays really well.  I must admit I was nervous buying online.  I felt I was risking  a lot of money based on a “sales description”.  Your description
of this guitar was conservative.  I appreciate that because it is in better shape than you described it.  Wow, is all I can say.  Thanks for the honesty and then some.

I couldn’t be happier.  What a lovely guitar.  There really is a difference between a Custom Shop and normal Gibson production fit and finish quality.  

Here’s a picture.  So please don’t worry, the guitar feels very secure in its new home.   FYI, that’s a Heritage 335 with Seth lovers and a Logan Tele with DeMarzio pups on a 5 way switch next to the 339. It’s
in good comfortable company.

Thanks for a good deal and I’ll look to you guys for my next purchase. 

-Todd, Connecticut

The Spruce PRS and I have become very good friends.  Thank you for the excellent service and communication.  It was a seamless purchase and I could not be happier.  The guitar arrived with exceptional packaging and in stunning
condition.  I cannot emphasize adequately how well the guitar and case were prepared and packed for shipment.  THe guitar has a wonderful voice and a range of tone I have seldom seen in any guitar.  The piezo by itself is remarkable
and emulates an acoustic very well, especially when linked to an acoustic amp using the second output jack.  The jazz tones are lush and round  with an overtone of the woody sound. It’s playability is superb and can scream if called
for.  The weight is a bit disorienting at first.  Initially, it felt like a toy but time on the strings corrected that perception.  I am still amazed at the sounds that come out of that 5.4 lb instrument.  AS you can see
in this photo, it has made friends with an old friend of mine, a 1965 Fender Princeton Reverb that has been with me for well over 20 years.  I just re-tubed it and upgraded the speaker as the original Jensen P10Q id not come with it although
it is otherwise mint, so warm meets warm.  Thanks again, guys for the purchase and terrific support.  Here are the newlyweds.

-Jim

“What can I say.  MusicStoreLive ALWAYS has some great vintage stuff, but when I saw this one, it was all over!  I had sold one exactly like it to a collector, some years back, and had always regretted it.  When it comes to guitars,
Ben at MusicStoreLive is someone who doesn’t just sell them, but loves and appreciates a fine instrument, and recognizes it’s unique qualities.  He was GREAT to deal with. I just can’t say enough about how professional
and easy the transaction was. I actually consider Ben a friend now, and my wife and I really hope to get up to see him some time in the future!! You’ll LOVE dealing with MusicStoreLive!!!”

– Rick Rizzi

“I was very skeptical about making a purchase online. These guys made it easy for me. They answered all my questions, maintained a professional attitude the entire time and they were more than willingly to work with me. The 2000 Warwick
Thumb bass I purchased arrived last Thursday. It was expertly packaged and had a good set-up right out of the box. It is the last bass I will need to buy because it destroys everything else in my collection. I have worked with
a lot of companies over the years and have never gotten the kind of service that I received from these guys.  I would highly recommend this company for anyone looking to buy a quality instrument.”

-Lee Hinson

Hi Ben,

I’ve got the purple Rickenbacker bass today.  Everything is great.  Seems that he had a very gentle journey.  It was very well wrapped, no damages, no complains;-)

The Rick has topped all my expectations.  Can’t stop playing it!

It was me a pleasure to make this deal with you!

Best wishes,

Max 

Luxembourg.

Hi guys….thanks for offering up another great prs…my second singlecut prs purchase from you!

-Jeff Thibeau

This thing is the real sound-heaven on earth!

Greetings from Germany, 

The PRS – Al D arrived last Friday morning…everything´s in perfect condition.

As you can see on the picture from my “living-room”,  I´m a “little bit” crazy in guitars,-

but one thing I must say:

it does´t matter if I use a Peavey, a Fender or a Mark IV-Amp

 this thing is the real  

SOUND-HEAVEN ON EARTH.

Thank you and best wishes!!!

-Heiko Reifenberg

Buying online can be very risky and one has to trust the honesty and integrity of the retailer….

Hi, I’ve just received (as of yesterday) the white ’79 Rckenbacker you sold me (April 25/26). I’ve left feedback on ebay and would have liked to have said more if there’d been the space to do so. The bass sounds amazing. I’ve got a 4003 model
which is only a few years old, so it’s interesting to compare the two. The sound of the older one is vastly superior. It’s a truly beautiful instrument.

Buying online can be very risky and one has to trust the honesty and integrity of the retailer. Your description of the ’79 4001 was accurate; it was well photographed so I had a good idea of what I was buying. My anxiety was further allayed
by the prompt and friendly emails from your salesperson, Paul. The most worrying time was when it was in customs in the UK!

I wouldn’t hesitate to recommend you. Thanks again from a delighted customer.

-Joan Bimson

I just recieved the Axe From Hell.

Beautiful LP Custom in perfect conditions. Il love the frets.

My Mesa rocket44 & me are already overheating. A new set off strings, and let’s get some r’n’roll.

Thank you for your business.

Roger Goudard

Free Shipping – Free Return Shipping – 14 Day Returns

At MusicStoreLive.com we are proud to offer free return shipping and a 14-day return policy in the 48 contiguous states on all new* items over $30. It’s all part of our mission to bring the guitar shop to your living room. This policy allows you to get your gear hassle-free and try it with your own rig to be sure that it truly fits with your playing style and sound. If it doesn’t work the way you had hoped we’ll send you a prepaid return label and issue you a 100% store credit, once we get the item back in the same condition it was purchased. It’s that simple.

If you’d rather return an item for cash you will receive a full refund minus our shipping costs. Please allow 7-10 days from the receiving date for returns to be processed.

  • Your order must ship to the billing address associated with your credit card, PayPal, or other method of payment (unless an alternate shipping address has been approved by an MSL Gear Specialist).
  • If you want the shipment to be held at a shipping company hub it is your responsibility to make those arrangements directly with the shipping company.
  • An indirect signature will be required upon delivery for all transactions over $750. If you would like to require a signature on a transaction of less than $750, please request it when you place your order.
  • We do not insure packages valued under $3,000. If you would like to add insurance for delivery or return please request it when requesting your order or initiating your return.
  • All returns are subject to a Tech Check upon arrival. Any instrument that is returned with damage, wear and tear (including pick marks), missing or replaced parts, missing protective or packing materials are not eligible for a full refund.
  • *Used / Vintage / Clearance items carry our same return policy, except with a 3­ day return window.

In most cases we ship same day if your order is placed by 12 p.m. EST Monday thru Friday! See the FedEx shipping map below for estimated delivery times.

International Shipping

Our standard international shipping service is USPS Priority International, which allows us to offer the most affordable international shipping rates. We also offer International Express Shipping with DHL, FedEx, UPS, and USPS Express. Contact us for a shipping quote.

Shipping Rates for guitar and bass-sized products:

  • Worldwide – USPS Priority Mail -$175
  • Europe – USPS Priority Mail – $125
  • Canada – USPS Priority Mail – $75
  • Expedited Worldwide – Call for Rates

Please feel free to contact us for a specific quote on amplifiers and other items.

Please Note: Some products are not available for international shipping.

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