Guitars you will NEVER sell!

Discussion in 'Guitars in General' started by stratele, Feb 16, 2013.

  1. stratele

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  2. Lespaulsignature 74

    Lespaulsignature 74 Silver Supporting Member

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    My 1974 (Goldtop) Gibson Les Paul Signature...
     
  3. TheGuildedAge

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    I have a strat and guild, and that's it. Have not been able to match them. Even my Gibson acoustic is expendable, some days I like it, some not.
     
  4. Pietro

    Pietro 2-Voice Guitar Junkie and All-Around Awesome Guy

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    My Crowdster Plus 2... and probably my Hollow Atom CT now, too. But definitely the Crowdster.
     
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    dude Silver Supporting Member

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    Dickey Betts Brother to Brother aged SG, and GVCG ultimate tele.
     
  6. Lotis

    Lotis Silver Supporting Member

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    1920's Mayflower OM sized guitar I have had since 1975.
     
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    Hopefully never have to sell my PRS Modern Eagle, faded blue jean stoptail. Perfection.
     
  8. Yngtchie Blacksteen

    Yngtchie Blacksteen Member

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    My first guitar, a Yamaha that belonged to my late father:

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  9. VaughnC

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    My new '65AVRI Strat has the tone & feel of what expect out of a good Strat and its my goin' to the grave guitar. Its so good that I don't miss my old '64 so much ;).
     
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    My Collings OM1mh
     
  11. teddys

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    1. Music Man Albert Lee 3-90
    2. Johnny A # 99
    3. Old Martin 000-17
     
  12. henryjurstin13

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    My PRS Archtop II will not leave the stable, it has been dubbed FUNKY ROGERS!!!

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  14. ixnay

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    For the right price, anything I own is for sale...
     
  15. MSS

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    So true!! I have often said this about my CS Nocaster and thus far it's worked but I have had those moments where something else is calling and the Nocaster is always a good trade bait!!!
     
  16. zosozep7

    zosozep7 Silver Supporting Member

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    This PRS was given to Jim Mccarty of Cactus from PRS himself. Jim traded it in for another guitar and I was able to buy it. I then found him at a gig one night and had him sign it. He was shocked when I opened the case. He immediately recognized it!

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  17. vanguard

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    i would be shocked if the red nocaster ever left, and dead if the blonde one did. . .
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  18. strumnhum

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    My acoustic Yamaha FG-360 ('74 I think), and my Greg Bennett (Samick)black UM-1. I know the Samick isn't anything special, but it's the guitar that I bought used when seeing if I wanted to start playing again, after a couple of decades off. Was looking for something decent, but inexpensive, in case I didn't find that I still wanted to play. Still playing, and the acoustic Yamaha was one guitar I kept-very good tone, glad I kept it, wish I still had some of my old equipment-would be worth a good bit today! So much for 20/20 hindsight!
     
  19. buddyboy

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    My first steel string acoustic, bought by my dad at Sam Ash Music in Huntington Station in 1976. T-Harou T-10 Martin dread copy. Still plays great and sounds wonderful.

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  20. RCM78

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    My 2003 Peavey Wolfgang ST... Never going anywhere!!!

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