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Shortly after this session, his Les Paul was stolen, and unfortunately never recovered.
This was Buddy’s main guitar during his early years with the Chess Records.
Bio: George “Buddy” Guy was born on July 30th, 1936 in Lettsworth, Louisiana.
He began learning the guitar on a hand-made two-string diddley bow, but later switched to a Harmony acoustic guitar which his father bought him.
In the early ’50s he began performing in clubs around Baton Rouge, and on September 25, 1957 he decided to pack his things and go to Chicago hoping to make a better living.
In Chicago, Buddy was introduced to one of his idols, Muddy Waters, who immediately recognized Buddy’s talent.
He bought the guitar after his first guitar was stolen from his apartment in Chicago.
Although bound by Chess deal, in 19 Buddy recorded sessions with Junior Wells under the pseudonym “Friendly Chap”.For the first couple of years, Buddy was using a red Starfire IV exclusively, but later on he got more models from Guild.He played them in the late 70s, and throughout the 80s, but gradually transitioned back to a Stratocaster – still picking up the Starfire occasionally.Nowadays he doesn’t play them at all, although he still owns the original red Starfire IV from the ’60s.Buddy played this guitar occasionally during his endorsement deal with Guild Guitars, mainly around the recording of the “Stone Crazy” album in 1981.