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Discussion in 'Guitars in General' started by stratele, Feb 16, 2013.
My 1974 (Goldtop) Gibson Les Paul Signature...
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.
My Crowdster Plus 2... and probably my Hollow Atom CT now, too. But definitely the Crowdster.
Dickey Betts Brother to Brother aged SG, and GVCG ultimate tele.
1920's Mayflower OM sized guitar I have had since 1975.
Hopefully never have to sell my PRS Modern Eagle, faded blue jean stoptail. Perfection.
My first guitar, a Yamaha that belonged to my late father:
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 .
My Collings OM1mh
1. Music Man Albert Lee 3-90
2. Johnny A # 99
3. Old Martin 000-17
My PRS Archtop II will not leave the stable, it has been dubbed FUNKY ROGERS!!!
For the right price, anything I own is for sale...
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!!!
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!
i would be shocked if the red nocaster ever left, and dead if the blonde one did. . .
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!
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.
My 2003 Peavey Wolfgang ST... Never going anywhere!!!