I have always been a sucker for vintage American guitars, but I've never been able to afford any of the big names. As I was rearranging my studio space (otherwise known as half of the eat-in kitchen) I thought I'd take a pic of my funky B-list electric collection. From left to right: 1. Silvertone Jupiter S1423 (or 1423L) Stratotone with crazy cool blender dial for both pickups and DeArmond pups. Cool article on these here: http://myrareguitars.com/robergemay2007.html 2. No badge Kay Thin Twin K-161, which is a guitar I've lusted after since long before I'd ever ever heard of T-Bone Burnett. 3. Old Kraftsman labeled Kay K-592 "Red Devil", which is the guitar that started it all for me when I found it on a wall in a music store in Spokane about 10 years ago. I still have the original Rowe pickups, but the Epiphone Elitist P-90's in there sound quite a bit better. 4. Harmony Jupiter H49 Stratotone, which is pretty much the same as the other Jupiter but has cooler appointments and a spruce top. The value of all of these put together wouldn't buy me one terrific vintage Fender or Gibson, but all four bring a smile to my face and I just wanted to share them while they were all out at one time.