Guitar collection SHOW OFF!!!!

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  1. dudu

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    Not even a collection, just the bare necessities:
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  2. vanguard

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    that's about the perfect collection, i'd say.
     
  3. brett8388

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    Some photos of my favorites...

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  4. 67blackcherry

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    Yeah, I've got a few Cunetto relics myself - they sound awesome!
     
  5. Sancho

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    Not everything, but most of it :
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  6. Dev...in

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    I was taking photos of my stuff for insurance purposes today. I thought about posting 8 individual pics but didn't want to spam the thread so il just show off what i got all at once and my most recent creation! This is %100 of my electrics. I have reached a calming sense of completion with these guitars only quite recently. Every one is special and plays like butter'd dynamite. I put the final touches on the 2tone parts guitar last night. I got really lucky, everything lined up and it sounds super awesome. 8 electrics.... i used to say nobody needed more than 3 and that i would only do 5 max... Hah. Only thing im thinking of changing is getting a jazzmaster someday if i sell the '65 mustang.

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  7. patentcad

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    No, really, it's fine, because if my wife ever gives me a hard time about owning 8 guitars I will direct her to this thread.
     
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    That Les Paul looks awesome! Very nice!
     
  9. Soothsayer

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    :dude Nice!
     
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    I think...

    Now i Want a Esquire:bonk
     
  11. patentcad

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    Plus the Agile P90 guitar:

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    7 electrics and the acoustic. More guitars than I need, deserve or even want to have.

    I only want one more. Honest.
     
  12. Carbohydrates

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    Comparing it directly to your Gibsons, what do you think of the Agile? Everything I hear about them is along the lines of "absolutely amazing... for the price," which is great, but I'm curious how it stands up to the 'real deal'.
     
  13. lukeII

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    Can I ask what made you buy 7 copies of the exact same Jackson RR guitar? Is that guitar highly collectible??
     
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    The yellow ones need more pup's
     
  15. patentcad

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    I played the P90 equipped Agile straight up vs. a Gibson Custom Shop Historic gold top LP with P90's. I preferred the Agile in all respects: tone, feel, etc. Not crazy about the Agile clownburst color scheme. But the guitar has endless P90 tone and it was only $500 with case. I don't play the soapbar guitar all that much, but it's a cheap way to add a killer sounding quality axe to the arsenal.

    They are absolutely amazing guitars for the dough. Beautiful ebony fretboard/inlays.
     
  16. robare99

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    I don't know if I've posted in here or not...

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  17. jo2012

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    That's awesome!
     
  18. robare99

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    :)

    Ironically I play like 3 of them maybe.


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    Lol
     
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    Well, the Ferrington "Acoustics" aren't really meant to be played, are they?
     

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