1967 Guild Starfire. Plays and sounds great. Lightweight. The neck is smooth and comfy. Excellent balance on a strap or playing seated. Will split shipping with buyer. Short Story: Body, neck, frets and nut are original. Pickups, electonics, bridge, tuners, knobs, headstock front and back plates, strap buttons are non-original. When I bought this it was just the body and neck (with frets and nut). It was originally a cherry finished Starfire I with the pickup in the neck position. Someone had taken the finish off ( a little too enthusiastically as you can see) and applied some type of a light finish. The finish is smooth but has some small raised areas that are a little gloopy, but not excessively so. The headstock had many small holes from different types of tuners over the years. I had all those filled and sourced a new ebony faceplate/logo from Guild. Much nicer than the usual plastic ones. Work was done professionally at Buckdancers Choice Music in Portland, ME and they put a nice mahogany backplate on the headstock that matches the neck beautifully. Then they installed the Hipshot ultralight tuners. I decided to make the bass more versatile and had Buckdancers route for the bridge pickup. I purchased a set of new Guild Bi-Sonic pickups that are reverse wound for true humbucking when both pickups are on. The electronics are wired like a jazz bass, volume/volume/tone. The bridge is a new Guild harp bridge with wood saddles. Scale: 30.5 " Width at nut: 1.5" Weight: 7 lbs 8 oz Neck: Mahogany Fretboard: Rosewood Body: mahogany with center block frets: original and in good condition Case: Epiphone that fits it very well Strings: TI Jazz flats Audio demo is the bass into a REDDI recorded in Logic with light compression and no eq or tone shaping. You'll hear both pickups, neck pickup, bridge pickup with tone full on. Then the same sequence with tone off and then again played with a pick.