If you’re craving that 60s choral, jangly guitar tone defined by the Beatles and the Byrds, the Starfire IV ST 12-String both sounds and looks the part. Based on our popular Starfire IV ST, this thinbody semi-hollow electric has the added power of 6 more strings! Premium features include an all-mahogany body, solid spruce center block, ebony fingerboard, and Guild’s hallmark mahogany neck with maple center seam. Instead of a harp tailpiece as seen on the first Guild electric 12-string (the Starfire XII made from ’66-’74), this modern version has a Tune-O-Matic bridge with a stopbar tailpiece for increased sustain and stability, imperative for keeping those extra strings in tune. The Starfire IV ST 12-String includes dual LB-1 “Little Bucker” pickups, replicas of Guild’s original smaller size humbucking pickups. 



  • Body: Arched Laminated Mahogany
  • Neck Material: 3-Piece Mahogany/Maple/Mahogany
  • Fingerboard Material: Indian Rosewood
  • Scale Length: 24 3/4″ (628 mm)
  • Pickups: LB-1
  • Hand orientation: Right

ConditionBrand New (New)
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Brand
Model
  • Newark St. Collection Starfire IV ST-12
Finish
  • Cherry
Categories
Body Material
  • Mahogany
Neck Construction
  • Set-Neck
Body Shape
  • Double Cutaway
Number of Strings
  • 12-String
Right / Left Handed
  • Right Handed
Body Type
  • Semi-Hollow Body
Fretboard Radius
  • 9.5"
Neck Material
  • Mahogany
Color Family
  • Red
Finish Style
  • Gloss
Bridge/Tailpiece Type
  • Stop-Bar
Pickup Configuration
  • HH
Scale Length
  • 24.75"
Nut Width
  • 1.6875"
Fretboard Material
  • Ebony
Number of Frets
  • 22

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Middletown, NY, United States
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