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Any TGP members into Brian Moore guitars?

Discussion in 'Guitars in General' started by mikeratan00, Feb 14, 2009.

  1. mikeratan00

    mikeratan00 Member

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  2. Guitarded

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    I think the DC-1 is one of the Best Singlecut Bodied Guitars I have ever played.

    Not a huge fan of the other body styles, but for playability and affordibility you can't beat the Brewster, N.Y. era Brian Moore Guitars.

    They are/were a well conceived and well executed instrument.
     
  3. John Hurtt

    John Hurtt Supporting Member

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    I'd like to have one.
     
  4. Skykrab

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    Yup,
    2 C-90 1.13s....They are my main gigging axes...they get a lot of recording time too...They are competing with 2 TA Drop tops, a Suhr Classic HB/S/P90, Manson Tele, JB Strat, Guild Brian May Sig, PRS CE-22 (early 90s), and few other high end guitars. Brian Moore are real sleepers (USA/custom shop ones)...They are easily on par with those mentioned above!!!!
     
  5. Skykrab

    Skykrab Member

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    Yup,
    2 C-90 1.13s....They are my main gigging axes...they get a lot of recording time too...They are competing with 2 TA Drop tops, a Suhr Classic HB/S/P90, Manson Tele, JB Strat, Guild Brian May Sig, PRS CE-22 (early 90s), and few other high end guitars. Brian Moore are real sleepers (USA/custom shop ones)...They are easily on par with those mentioned above!!!!
     
  6. cob666

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    I just picked up a '97 C55 with the 13 pin and the older knob layout (including the Roland GR30) and it's replaced my Les Paul as my #1 for the time being.
     
  7. wolf9309

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    had a few, I've been wishing I still had one. The C-55's are my favorites. Although I've never tried and really want to try the DC1/P
     

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