Are you a Gibson or a Fender.. Just like PC or Mac..

'70 RS

Member
Messages
5,351
Rickenbacker and Gretsch.

Unless you are talking about acoustics, then it's Martin and Gibson.
 

ak301

Member
Messages
1,325
Fender
But late CBS era stuff:hide

Jap JV Squire's



Though I have nowt against Gibsons.
 

Timmo

Supporting Member
Messages
3,741
It's the same thing as "Ginger or Mary Ann".
Both beautiful both different...........:BEER
 

OM Flyer

Supporting Member
Messages
5,488
Gibson. I'll own another Tele at some point in my life, but it's not a burning desire at the moment.

Oh, and Mac, of course.

 

JSeth

Member
Messages
2,402
Although I started playing electric guitar in the early 60's in Fullerton/Anaheim California and played Fenders then, I never owned one! Back then they were fun, but really noisy and quirky, to find one that played in tune and didn't attract every radio station within 200 miles!

I own 2 Gibsons - a hot-rodded, neutered 345 ('74) and a stock '67 175... in 2006, I bought a Taylor T-5 which I adore!!! It makes a very nice tele bridge and 'board p'up tone, as well as a decent Gretsch rhythm sound, along with 'bucker tones, all in a 5# package!

I must admit, however, that I've always kinda lusted after a good Telecaster...
 

bilbal

Member
Messages
8,485
I will have to say Gibson. But, for some strange reason, I have been intrigued by the Eric Johnson Stratocaster lately!!!!
 

kingsleyd

Frikkin genyus
Gold Supporting Member
Messages
8,018
I will have to say Gibson. But, for some strange reason, I have been intrigued by the Eric Johnson Stratocaster lately!!!!
A dealer friend of mine described the EJ Strat as "A Strat for Gibson players." Hmmm...

As for the OP: FALSE DUALITY ALERT!!!!

PersonallY:
I play guitars.
I use computers.
I am mostly "brand (or platform) agnostic."
 




Trending Topics

Top