Discussion in 'Guitars in General' started by Stratman Dan, Sep 17, 2019.
Impressive collection. I like.
Nice. Am a sucker for Rics... just never owned one.
Not the usual f hole shape
This model was introduced in 1934 and probably out of production by 1940.
Ibanez, B&G, and a not F hole Artinger
IMG_0721 by Jazzandmore posted Mar 17, 2017 at 8:00 AM
IMG_0768 by Jazzandmore posted Jul 3, 2017 at 5:06 PM
I got short changed on one and cat's eyes on the other.
To save server space:
[oops, one oval hole]
2015 ES LP
2013 ES 330
2014 Dot Reissue
2018 '59 ES 335 RI
1997 MIK Epi Sheraton
It is hard to emphasize enough how much joy each of these guitars have brought me.
How dare you, Sir.
What are: “phrases to never Google,” Alex.
One traditional and one not so traditional.
A4FDEE06-25AC-465F-80EA-C2FC1F8B3E4E by Carltone posted May 13, 2019 at 8:49 AM
I love that F hole shape - is it Framus that used to do them? One of the big German guys, anyway. They're derived from the f holes on baroque violas d'amore, which is one of my minor obsessions. Annoyingly I have two and the one with f holes identical to the ones that crop up on old German guitars I don't have a photo for, but here's the other one: