Photos Of My Guitars

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  1. dudeunitx5000

    dudeunitx5000 Senior Member

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    1935 Stella with Claricon archtop pickup assembly, Airline and National lap steels, 1971 Fender Deluxe Reverb
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    Peavey T-60, Electra Vulcan MPC. The Electra has plug in phase shifter and overdrive modules. Both guitars are late 70s/early 80s.
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    Brownsville Thug, 1970 Harmony Rebel
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    Heritage H575, Gretsch Country Classic
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    Tokai Love Rock, Heritage H137
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    Fender 52 reissue Telecaster, Gibson Firebird V
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    Aria Pro II Standard, Fender lap steel, Dean Stylist Standard with Guild Bigsby
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    Takamine F-307S, Art & Lutherie AMI
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    My wife Michelle's Univox Hi-Flyer, my Gibson Ripper
     
  2. photoguy

    photoguy Member

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    Everybody's gotta be somewhere.
    Like rabbits...they just keep multiplying!

    Nice.
     
  3. The Golden Boy

    The Golden Boy Member

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    Stuff to suit every occasion!!!
     
  4. lamenlovinit

    lamenlovinit Member

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    Oh man, the Aria Pro II takes me back! So underrated!
     
  5. Bryan T

    Bryan T Guitar Owner Silver Supporting Member

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    Love the Heritage 575, Heritage 137, and the tele. Good stuff!

    Bryan
     
  6. fender tele

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    What a cool selection of weapons you have there!!! A '52 Tele & a Firebird in the same pic....dang that ain't right.

    And the cool thing about that Peavey T-60, after you are done playing it, you can use it as weight in the back of a vehicle when it snows.
     
  7. mrfjones

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    cool guitars.

    my wife would kill me if i had that many guitars and she plays too
     
  8. dudeunitx5000

    dudeunitx5000 Senior Member

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    I could use it as a kayak paddle too.
     
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    Been trying to get some Firebird insight - would appreciate any thoughts you have on it. Just saw Skynyrd Wednesday, got me jonesing.

    Thanks
     
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    Mike Duncan Silver Supporting Member

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    Jim Soloway Supporting Member

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    Is that Takamine OM style an original from the late 60's? Those were really nice guitars.
     
  12. neastguy

    neastguy Supporting Member

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    you have too many guitars.... give me one
     
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    The Brownsville Thug...what's that all about? :AOK
     
  14. dudeunitx5000

    dudeunitx5000 Senior Member

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    It is an old one. Late sixties through late seventies would be a good educated guess. Whoever had it before me took care of it. But it does look like a guitar that has been around for awhile. It plays really well and sounds really good. It sounds more John Fahey than Dave Matthews.
     
  15. dudeunitx5000

    dudeunitx5000 Senior Member

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    It has a particular lo fi funky sound that I dig. The pickups are really twangy in an Italian horror movie kind of way.
     
  16. Chops

    Chops Gold Supporting Member

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    That is an interesting collection of guitars! Definitely not the same old thing that everyone else plays! What type of music do you perform?
     
  17. dudeunitx5000

    dudeunitx5000 Senior Member

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    Lots of different stuff. Surf, rockabilly, western swing, old school country, psychedelic, experimental, blues, jazz. I am also a working musician and play whatever the gig calls for, show tunes to disco. And living in the south I have played my share of southern rock and Allman Brothers-style stuff.
     
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    Diet Dr Pepper........................mmmmmmmmm.........good stuff.
     

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