With its classy looks and a trio of P90 pickups, the Guild Starfire I Jet 90 takes inspiration from the '50s when the hollowbody was the top dog.
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Submitted June 17, 2023 by bryan f in waveland, MS
"3 p90's and a whammy bar , its cool"
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This is a pretty cool guitar , p90's sound Good , vintage sounding , all 3 are at 7.05K , The Weight on mine is 7LB 12oz, its got comfortable neck shape , it does have a few QC issues : first off , it needs some decent pots the stock ones are not very good , off and on , no in between , the tuners are not that great , some are hard to turn and the rest are sloppy , easy fix , with replacement tuners , i have some wilkinson 6 in line cream button ones ill put on , and the bridge is a bit cheap , i replaced it with a allparts small post roller bridge and conversion posts, there are a few issues with the gold paint on the headstock , where they didnt mask it off and needs some buffing to make it look better , thats it , the body is really nice , , balances well on a strap and sitting, the fretboard is a gorgeous rosewood , and the frets are well dressed and level, no high ones, the Guild branded Bigsby works well especially with the new roller bridge , the rotary switch is really ok , some people complain , i like it. it comes with a little canvas guild bag with stickers and truss rod allen key , its a rocker for sure , ive played some blues, jazz and pop on it and it sounds good ,i put daddario 10's half rounds on it and it sounds fantastic , get one before they are discontinued like the polara s100.
semi pro , guitarist , singer, songwriter
rock , pop , grunge
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