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Discussion in 'Guitars in General' started by danoverb, Oct 31, 2019.
Dirk Ziff's burst collection, Keith Richards' collection, or Jeff Lynne's.
Mine. I would rather spend a day picking the brain of the artist. Just me being ornery!
But a close second would be Joe B.
That would be Angus Young's collection for me. Mostly SGs, but a few other goodies as well.
Anyway, a day wouldn't be long enough.
Mark Agnesi. We like to play authentic.
Jimmy Page for me.
Yep. As for now, I’d go with whichever collector has the D’Angelico Teardrop. Ever since I saw a picture it has been my ultimate guitar. And I don’t even care that it doesn’t have a trem. If I won the lottery I’d find myself a luthier and get a high-end copy made.
Dirk Ziff, Bonamassa, Norman Harris, Songbirds or any Hard Rock Cafe/Guitar Museum where the glass cases are open...
I‘m sure all of these have been named yet haha.
Another vote for George Harrison's collection
After anyone has owed ten or more guitars, it would be clear that not much would be gained being alone with someone els's equipment (unless one can only afford junk). I can play my own stuff any time I want and know how it all hooks together to sound good. So, I'd much rather have the artist play in front of me and hear and see how he hooks up his stuff and how he or she gets the sounds and plays the licks.
I don't hold much reverence for vintage guitars or dudes with huge collections. I would want to play the guitars that inspired me as a kid.
So give me a day with any of these:
He donated it to the EMP Museum years ago.
Vince Gill and Mark Knopfler
Either Edge or Steve Vai.
Prior to his well-publicized auction, it would have been Gilmour.
Yeah, didn't some of it get stolen years back? If so, very sad.
Yeah but I think some of it was returned.
Bingo. Link for those that may not understand the reference.
Sonic Youth! Easily, they had such an extensive collection of guitars, all in different tunings!