The final 6 pieces of gear you could ever purchase - what would they be?

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  1. jimijimmyjeffy

    jimijimmyjeffy Member

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    pick six random fuzzes

    other than that pretty much done. replace broken speaker
     
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  2. Rogan1990

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    1959 Les Paul
    1960s Fender Strat
    Two Rock head and 2x12 speaker
    Echoplex or Echorec
    Teese RMC Wah
     
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    Just make sure to wash your hands a lot.
     
  5. David Garner

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    ES-335
    Kiesel Vader
    60s Strat (Custom Shop probably, or a real 1970, my birth year)
    Sommatone Roaring 40
    Mini Plexi (of some sort - Marshall, Friedman -- I'd have to look around)
    Line 6 Helix
     
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  6. FokenBusker

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    1. Nord Stage 3 (but I'd settle for a Nord Piano 4)
    2. American Fender Strat (circa 70's)
    3. VOX AC30HW
    4. Chase Bliss Spectre
    5. DOD FX-70C Corrosion (my first guitar pedal. I'd like another for the nostalgia)
    6. Germanium Fuzz Face Mini
     
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  7. UrbanHymns

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    I already have too many pedals, including a Strymon Big Sky & Timeline combo and the Empress counterparts. So...

    1. Gibson ES-335
    2. Gretsch White Falcon
    3. Gibson J-45
    4. Steinway Piano
    5. Vox AC-30, British made
    6. Deluxe Memory Man (big box)
     
  8. mrpinter

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    Pinter Instruments Rock Model electric guitar
    Goodall acoustic guitar
    Matchless Chieftain 2x12 amp
    TC Electronics PolyTune clip on tuner (for both guitars)
    Empress Effects Compressor
    Earthquaker Devices Disaster Transport SR

    * I am assuming cables will be supplied
    * The amp has the overdrive department covered on account of its master volume control
     
  9. Mike Duncan

    Mike Duncan Staff Member Gold Supporting Member

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    Girl Brand has been on my bucket list for YEARS!!
     
  10. Badtone

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    early 60's Strat
     
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  11. your name here

    your name here Supporting Member

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    Right? It’s so sad that they’re no longer made. I saw the later military looking Larsen stuff... not for me.

    I wish I had a big wad of money to offer Larsen to entice him to start building ‘em again. I’d love to have a remake of Waffle Girl and Sushi Girl. And Diner Girl... And... :cry:
     
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    All vintage, of course.
     
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  13. nowhere

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    A Broadcaster/Nocaster/Blackguard Tele
    Boss DM-1 Delay Machine
    Gold Top PRS DGT
    A Tweed amp bigger than a Deluxe, no bigger than a Bassman
    A Kay aluminum bass:

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    An EMS Synthi 100:

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  14. RMosack

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    I'm an idiot. Always wanted a Leslie and a Rickenbacker.

    Gibson EDS-1275
    Gibson ES-355
    Gibson SJ-200
    Leslie 147 or 122 (or a Fender Vibratone)
    Rickenbacker 360-12
    Gibson SJ-200
     
  15. StratmanSteve

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    Hmm, I have quite a bit of gear already, but . . .
    1. Early Clapton Strat with Lace Sensors in pewter
    2. Tele with a neck humbucker
    3. Uni-Vox Super Fuzz
    4. Roland JC-22 stereo amp
    5. UA Apollo x6 interface
    6. A pair of Genelec monitors
     
  16. crxshdxmmy

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    On top of what I have now?

    1. Suhr Pete Thorn Signature Guitar
    2. Sampson-era Matchless Chieftain
    3. Strymon Flint
    4. Kemper
    5. Some other guitar... maybe an SG, Nashville tele or a nice acoustic
    6. A 4x12 version of the Line 6 PowerCab
     
  17. HesNot

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    Assuming this is 6 pieces of gear in addition to what I currently have, and we aren't counting strings (excellent point!) - I would focus on things that are rock solid reliable and won't become obsolete over time (hence no digital stuff). I'm pretty happy with my current guitars, amps and pedals overall, but there are some things I've lusted after that I would be pretty happy with for the home stretch that would compliment what I have (mostly - there is some overlap and arguably I cover much of this ground already...). I think at the moment mine would be:

    Collings I35 Dlx - I always wanted a 335 but have been happy enough with my Sheraton to never have sought one out, but the I35 I played is pretty much it for a semi hollow.

    Suhr Custom T - to augment my Fender in a conventional pickup setup - but built to my specs...

    Two Rock Classic Reverb 50w - super clean to edge and a compliment to my vox style circuits

    Klon Centaur - yeah yeah I know. I've recently fallen a bit back in favor with my Klone (well technically not a Klone but Klon inspired Teletronix Mulholland Drive) and since price is no object... why not.

    Rickenbacker 360 - I've almost pulled the trigger on one a handful of times, they are an odd duck to play but... nothing really sounds like one.

    And ... hmmm sheesh... oh heck

    OK I Deleted the PRS Super Eagle II and replace it with:

    Collings OM2H T - I love my Yamaha AC3R but a really nice acoustic would need to be one of the last 6 things I am able to acquire.
     
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  18. abby_normal

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    Since price is no object

    1) Fender Showman 1961 Brownface head and matching 1-15" cab
    2) 1957 or 1964 Stratocaster.
    3) Vintage 335.
    4) 1963 Fender outboard reverb brownface.
    5) 5E3 Tweed Deluxe vintage or boutique
    6) Marshall Stack. Probably a 2550 Silver Jubilee Full Stack, just because.

    I have enough good pedals that will sound amazing with all of that or without.
     
  19. grizz

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    Hammond B3 w/ leslie
    Vox 1143 Super Beatle
    Korg Synth pedal
    Shin-Ei fuzz wah
    Moog MF104 delay
    White Gibson SG w/ top mount Floyd
     

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