product types: 

  • acoustic guitars
  • bass guitars
  • electric guitars


Starway guitars were made in the 1960s. Pete Shelley from The Buzzcocks played a red Starway guitar - the top of the body snapped off when Pete smashed it during a rehearsal. The Eastwood Guitar Company reissued the Shelley Starway Guitar in 2007 - with a limited production run of 88 instruments. All 88 guitars were signed by Pete Shelley and came with a hardshell case featuring the original ’76 buzzcocks logo. The guitar also came with Pete Shelley Signature strings from Rotosound, a white curly cord, a signed and numbered certificate of authenticity, a leather buzzcocks logo strap and reproductions of buzzcocks memorabilia.

There is also a modern Chinese Starway company (in the logo the star is above the "W") which does not seem to be related to the Starway from the 1960s.