I love this guitar acoustic version

Discussion in 'Acoustic Instruments' started by Black Squirrel, Jun 1, 2016.

  1. Black Squirrel

    Black Squirrel Silver Supporting Member

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    Posted this in electric with great results, real simple Post One Guitar you love
    Me first

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    My Martin D15M. All hog, earthy warm goodness:

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    [​IMG] This is my bringing home the bacon guitar!
     
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    sixstringfuel Hotdogs kill Silver Supporting Member

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    I've given up trying to post pics,...but my #1 without question is my Martin HD-28LSV. While it may NOT be my most valuable acoustic $$$ wise,...it has that vibe,...you all know that 'Vibe', the Wife sez so 'that's why' vibe :hide2 . Tom
     
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    My Gibson CL 50 Supreme on your right... Ignore the D-41.
     
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    Here's mine...a '98 Taylor 414CE. This guitar's sound gets plenty of complements. It has been refretted with stainless steel and has a Bob Colosi bone saddle and bridge pins and a bone nut. I replaced the pickguard with a black one to give it a unique look...kind of vintage looking I guess....It has a serial number that indicates it's date of manufacture and oddly enough, it happens to be my own birthday. We were meant to be together.....
     
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    Gibson Nick Lucas - my grandfather bought it new.
     
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    My Taylor 614e Desert sunburst. Love this acoustic !!






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    Black Squirrel Silver Supporting Member

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    Im bumping this, its Snowing Im Bored,

    1959 J45

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    I envy you fellas who have found the acoustic. Some lovely pieces.

    I typically play electric, so I haven't put as much time and $ into this search. I think it will wind up being a custom build at some point.
     
  12. Jonathan

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    '98 Martin HD-28 LSV

    The only guitar in my stable I will absolutely never consider selling.

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  13. Jahn

    Jahn Listens to Johnny Marr, plays like John Denver Supporting Member

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    Usually I'll use my Kelly Tele to songwrite quietly acoustically, but when I can just pound it out louder I will use the '36 Gibson L-00. Here is a shot of it while I was writing a song last night (in bed):

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    Here is my John David Scott OM

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    Just one? Can't do it!!

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    Don't see a lot of Mossman guitars around... I owned one back in the mid 70's. It was a wonderful guitar.
     
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    Here's my Lowden O25C Custom. It was built for me when my '86 L25C was stolen (serial #271 if you ever run across it, I'd love to get it back). George Lowden picked the wood and voiced this one. That is a Sunrise soundhole pickup and there is also a McIntyre soundboard transducer glued inside. Like @Jonathan , this is the guitar I will never sell.

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    Beautiful guitar. What woods?
     

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