Discussion in 'Guitars in General' started by Guitarheel62, Nov 28, 2019.
I really like the looks of this KIESEL CT3.....
Here is my Blue Kiesel CT6
OK, I'll play. This here Epi Casino Coupe is the most beautiful guitar I’ve seen in quite a while. It’s not mine, though I wish it were. It belongs to a close friend and colleague. He did all the refin work and mods. The new metallic blackberry top is just gorgeous (the back, sides & neck are still the original gloss black). I was enjoying this guitar the last time I was at his place. He knows I want right of first refusal on it should he ever decide to sell. The photos are a bit out of focus but you get the idea.
The natural Kiesel is pretty... some of the loud flame jobs on this thread are downright ugly imo, too blingy, cheeseball. Give me a worn Les Paul goldtop from the 50's.
This is purdy too-
Beautiful collection of guitars! The City Limits in my profile picture is a 2015 I bought from Wilcutt Guitars. It plays and sounds fantastic.
I love Rickenbackers as my first love in music was The Beatles. Beautiful pair you have there.
Wait until you play a City Limits...they have completely changed how I think a guitar should feel and play.
Some great guitars in this thread, and I'm pretty open minded about colors and figured woods. This Thorn doesn't suck...
Sorry guys, this has got to be it.....
IMG_1402 by Crash-VR posted Nov 12, 2017 at 8:59 PM
IMG_1403 by Crash-VR posted Nov 12, 2017 at 8:59 PM
my current favorite.
The Collings in the OP is nice, but I'm not usually a fan of blue or green on an LP type.
This is the first guitar that came to mind when I saw the thread:
This is certainly one of them
76197DC3-3856-4E6A-8BE8-9639428AADC4 by Jazzandmore posted Jul 15, 2019 at 8:13 PM
Collings makes some killer guitars. It will sound and play as good as it looks.
I definitely agree with you on the Jersey Girl Guitars.
I agree with you. I tend to prefer solid colors. That metallic blue is a beautiful finish.
I think it's really quite beautiful.
Need to post a pic of the back of that neck. The little bit visible is tantalizing.