This auction is for a Guild Starfire IV ST 2000 in Emerald Green Owned by David Le'Aupepe of Gang Of Youths.

Primary guitar featured on "Go Farther In Lightness" including tracks:

“Fear And Trembling” “Say Yes To Life” “The Deepest Sighs, The Frankest Shadows” “The Heart Is A Muscle” “Do Not Let Your Spirit Wane”
I wrote every song on the album "Go Farther In Lightness" with this guitar except for "What Can I Do If The Fire Goes Out" and "Keep Me In The Open".

Played at Splendour in the Grass 2016, and every tour from 2016 - 2018
The guitar has had some structural work done. A repair where the headstock meets the neck. The guitar is currently stronger than new.

All proceeds from this auction will go to REFUGEE AND IMMIGRANT CENTRE FOR EDUCATION AND LEGAL SERVICES or RAICES which is a Texas based organization that provides immigrants with access to legal services, and advocates to ensure fair and just treatment for them and their families at no cost. The organization seeks to help provide pathways toward legal immigration status for individuals and families without means or resources.

I hope it goes to someone who’ll use it and love it the way that I did. It has been a part of me through the most significant period in my career and life and I hope it finds a loving home so that others in need can find a home in America after having to leave their own. 

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Listed6 years ago
ConditionGood (Used)
Good condition items function properly but may exhibit some wear and tear.Learn more
  • Starfire IV ST
  • Emerald Green
  • 2000
Made In
  • Korea, Republic of
Body Type
  • Semi-Hollow Body

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