I have a Guild Starfire Bass that I bought used in the early 70's (72-73?) that I just don't play much any more. It is very difficult to determine how much these guitars go for, and have seen prices from the $1000 range to the $3500 range... According to the Vintage Guitar Magazine article here my bass was produced in the early 70's due to the neck position of the pickup. Although the Dating Your Guild website here shows the serial number made in 1967. So, I am not sure. Lots and lots of sentimental value in this guitar - I am really loathe to sell it, but I would love to afford a "premium" bass - such as a Sadowsky, or an Alembic to be able to play until I get Alzheimer's.... Any help with either worth, or websites that can be helpful would be great. I have done a lot of searching around, and can't find any websites that are helpful. Ebay is obviously all over the place... Overall, she's in pretty good shape as you can see from the pictures. It is all stock, except had to replace the nut, although I still have the original nut if some collector wanted to have a totally stock instrument - can't play it though with the original nut due to wear of the 4th string groove causes buzzing unless you like your action really really high... There is are dings here and there - a bit of buckle rash that is not through the finish. Some finish wear on the back of the neck. Binding is pretty good all around. There could be a tiny bit of separation, but it is actually hard to tell if the binding is separated, or just some chips off the finish. Lots of pictures, and could put up more, but looking for some good advice from folks here. I hope some people are interested in this piece of rock and roll history if for nothing else that there are not so many of these floating around anymore... FWIW, I have the OHSC case that came with it. Obviously has some signs of wear, and the padding is not as thick as it used to be, but I still use the case to keep the guitar in it, and take it places when I go to play. It still protects it well.