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Discussion in 'The Small Company Luthiers' started by andergtr, Feb 21, 2009.
You sir have impeccable tastes! But to be fair what's missing from your collection is a Floyded superstrat or two
LOL. was talking with my friend the other day, and we both agreed that we just have a thing for superstrats with floyds. if it's a superstrat, it must have a floyd. otherwise, i wanna see three single-coils and a vintage bridge.
it's like one of those rules in my head.
Balcony Shots-let's all figure out where in NYC John lives and we can all go together when he is working and have some cool guitars added to our collection! Love your gear John-one of these days I will show up at your door for the gear tour!!
So I notice that for the most part it's Tylers on the balcony but Andersons in the bedroom.
LOL. this is what doormen are for...to keep people away from my stash!
LOL. the bedroom shots were taken a long time ago, and when i was going through my flickr account, i had a bunch of shots grouped in a set in the bedroom, so i used those.
Beautiful selection by the way.
I've spent years thinking that I need to get out to the U.S. to check out the guitar shops.
On reflection what I really need to do is swing by your place for a cup of coffee and a drool.
It's an inane question, but if you could only keep one ?
Beautiful harem. Enjoy!
Sir, I have some Heatleys to sell you. Everybody needs a few Heatleys.
And I'm local.
Sweet! Man I just saw your other thread about the non-boutique guitars, dude just how big is that apt. of yours in Manhattan lol??? Man I was second guessing myself last month because I have 4 guitars and just ordered another Suhr. This thread just made me feel ok again!!
Really nice collection. That bengal looking anderson is fantastic.
You must have one big apartment. If I had that many guitars when I lived in NYC, I would have been sleeping in the hallway.
for sheer versatility, probably the first or second tyler.
the apartment is 325 sq. ft. no kidding!
i don't know anything about heatleys...i need to do some research.
yeah, i got the idea from one of their guitars of the week. mine has a mahogany back with a maple top, and it's one super punchy guitar.
nah, it's really small. i just have 18 guitars on walls on hangers, eight in an ultracase eight-guitar stand, and the rest in cases.
Hey John, that is what C-Notes are for-to bribe doormen and convince them to let me up to the Palace of Ou!