This may be Guy's latest find, but the west Cornwall collector has an impressive array of guitars in his possession. Many have interesting stories.
BBC Cornwall's Matt Shepherd went along to look around Guy's collection.
Click on the audio link to hear about some of the many guitars and hear them being played by BBC New Online's guitar fan Andrew Segal.
One of his guitars is reputed to have been owned by Thin Lizzy front man Phil Lynott.
Another guitar was used in the production of Mungo Jerry's number one hit In the Summertime.
And one of the more obscure items was a guitar once owned by Keith West who scored a huge one hit wonder with Excerpt From A Teenage Opera, better known to many as Grocer Jack.
Guy even has a guitar in the shape of a machine gun.
Despite owning so many rare instruments, there is one slight problem. Guy is a drummer, he's never learned to play the guitar!
He says: "I know so many great guitarists that I prefer to let them play my guitars, as I could never learn to play them as well."
Guy continues to add to his already huge guitar collection, owning several old bass guitars, and some novelty ones as well. He owns a guitar released to promote the Travelling Wilburys, and an instrument which is shaped like a machine gun.
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