Help me complete my guitar wall!

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  1. Beakertwang

    Beakertwang Supporting Member

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    Just set up my guitar wall, and got everything painted. Now I have an extra hanger. I have, left to right, Reverend Six Gun, Eastman AC522CE, Reverend Manta Ray HB, Fender MIJ P-Bass Lyte (this is sort of on loan from a friend).

    What do I need to fill the empty spot?
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  2. XKnight

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    A Les Paul or a Tele.
     
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    Definitely, everyone should have at least one of each :D
     
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    Butterscotch telecaster would look awfully sweet on that wall.

    Love the colors on that Six Gun!
     
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    I'm digging that Reverend on the left.

    Everyone needs a Tele.
     
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    Jazzmaster, Some sort of P-90 guitar, Les Paul, something w/ mini hums, or Tele. Any of those would help round out your collection.
     
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    You have PAF-style humbucker a and F-style single coils covered, but I don't see Filtertrons or T'Armonds represented. I also don't see a semi-hollow. Maybe a Gretsch Electromatic?
     
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    The light blue one is basically a strat with a tele bridge pickup. The sunburst one is a thin, flat-top semi-hollow with a center block. I like the idea of a Gretsch, but I'm on the fence regarding Tron-style pickups. I have been GASsing for a single-P90 Jr.
     
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    A Gibson LP Jr. would be perfect!
     
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    Tough one. I'd say some sort of Tron pickup in the semi hollow would make it a nice all around guitar, especially when paired with some sort of Stellartone.

    I'd say a solidbody with PAFs since you already have some Tele ground covered.
     
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    Reverend Rick Vito ;-)
     
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    enharmonic Old Growth Gold Supporting Member

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    Hard to argue with a Jr. They're all business. :dude
     
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    In red, perhaps?
     

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