Discussion in 'Acoustic Instruments' started by Black Squirrel, Jun 1, 2016.
Posted this in electric with great results, real simple Post One Guitar you love
My Martin D15M. All hog, earthy warm goodness:
This is my bringing home the bacon guitar!
Had this since it was new 30yrs.
Image by sixstringfuel posted Jan 17, 2016 at 4:06 PM
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 . Tom
My Gibson CL 50 Supreme on your right... Ignore the D-41.
Nickincase903x by BmoreTele posted Jun 5, 2016 at 8:10 PM
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.....
Gibson Nick Lucas - my grandfather bought it new.
My Taylor 614e Desert sunburst. Love this acoustic !!
Im bumping this, its Snowing Im Bored,
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.
'98 Martin HD-28 LSV
The only guitar in my stable I will absolutely never consider selling.
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):
Here is my John David Scott OM
Just one? Can't do it!!
Don't see a lot of Mossman guitars around... I owned one back in the mid 70's. It was a wonderful guitar.
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.
Beautiful guitar. What woods?