Discussion in 'Guitars in General' started by Slash, May 17, 2019.
No no no.nono
This is where MY head was at in the '80s.
I want a '79 Marauder. I heard one a while back and it sounded amazing.
I had those on a '84 Flying V that I put a Kahler whammy on! I still have the axe (it's black with white polka dots now lol) but the flip locks wore out long ago. I should get around to posting my 80s guitars soon.
My 80's contribution for this awesome thread.
Pic is from a JMU houseparty that my band played back in 1987.
Sadly, I don't have the Kramer Beretta or the Roland JC120 anymore, but they served me well at the time. That Beretta was surprisingly versatile for only having one pickup, one knob and a Floyd Rose. We played everything from funk, to reggae, to metal and the Police.
Wow! Don't see many of those Blue Saraceno Yamahas. Fun fact, Saraceno was in Poison briefly after Ritchie Kotzen was fired (whose signature tele you obviously also have).
Interesting fact indeed! Both are amazing players in their own right.
What about Greg Howe?
It’s working today..... no idea why!!
Yes yes. Yesyes
If you find the URL & paste the address in the Image box, it will work.
My old beat up modified Epiphone LP
2017 pro electrics and hardware
14lbs of wood makes this a sit down axe
I had all of Howe and Saraceno’s stuff back in the day. I also really liked the Poison records that both Kotzen (Native Tongue) and Blues (Crack a Smile) are on. Richie did some really good work with another of my favorite bands, stepping in for the great Paul Gilbert in Mr. Big.
Any fans of Kotzen’s current outfit Winery Dogs?
Big fan of it all.
I knew a guy that had 3 of them (and it wasn't Elliot..).
I had an '86 :
I had a lot of Kramers in the eighties but this is the only one I still have :
1986 Kramer Stagemaster (neck-through).
And this was my '86 Les Paul Custom.
Wow, a small block Ford in that thing! Now that's how a workhorse should look! Not like those sissy artificial relics.....
My '83 Fender "Standard" top loader Tele w/ the Schaller Elite saddles - made for only two years. 12" radius.
The last of the Fullertons..