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    Call me crazy but I loved how the Guild Starfire VI played and loved everything about it. Yes, the crooked logo was stupid and should have been relegated to B stock.
    With that, I just ordered the replacement Starfire VI so keep your fingers crossed. If this one is a dud, then no more Korean models for me, FER EVA!!
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    You're crazy . . .

    Is that one coming from a different dealer?

    I thought you said the only other one that the previous dealer still had available, had a poorly-built laminated neck.
    several Guilds, one Gretsch, one Taylor, & a Squire CV tele

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    Yes it is coming form a different dealer who match the 1st dealer's price. And you are correct, the original dealer had one more but the neck was hokey
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    Cordoba Music reached out and wanted to swap the guitar for me which was really cool but I explained the defective one is on it's way back to CME and my new one will be here Friday. BUT, it is good to know Cordoba will help if needed.
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    I'm curious how they knew you had a defective instrument.
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    [-]I emailed them from the form on their website. It even let me upload a picture[/-]


    I am sorry I actually emailed info@guildguitars.com and Cordoba Service Department responded. Not sure what I was thinking except with all the forms I have filled out at various guitar sites I got confused.
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    Fingers crossed! Good to know that Cordoba Music is willing to help out.
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    The guitar is in my state!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sitedrifter View Post
    Cordoba Music reached out and wanted to swap the guitar for me which was really cool but I explained the defective one is on it's way back to CME and my new one will be here Friday. BUT, it is good to know Cordoba will help if needed.
    Comes back to one of your early observations that QC is up to the company to maintain.
    It IS good to see 'em stepping up.
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    Tick, tock, tick, tock...... Glad that Cordoba reached out to help. That makes me happy. We're all on pins and needles...... I hope this is like a Goldilocks and the three Starfires story.
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