Guild Starfire III
First introduced in 1960, the Starfire III became a favorite among players as its ultra-light, thin hollow-body provides both comfort and sonic responsiveness. The multi-laminate, Maple body with a single Florentine cutaway delivers a punchy, crisp tone. The one-piece Mahogany neck is 1-11/16" wide at nut and features a Rosewood fretboard with Mother-of-Pearl dots, 24-3/4" scale length, and Chesterfield headstock logo.
The Starfire III is outfitted with chrome hardware, two Guild humbucking pickups, and also incorporates a Bigsby? tailpiece and bridge. With the same general specs as the Starfire III, the III 90 substitutes Seymour Duncan classic P-90 single-coils. Both the Starfire III and III 90 are available in Blonde, Antique Burst, Black, and Red Transparent finishes.