Discussion in 'Guitars in General' started by Guitarheel62, Nov 28, 2019.
I can do that...
That’s the ONE!
Here's my fifty bucks ... I'm out.
LOL!! My blue Thorn strat has a flamier neck...
That L5 is amazing, actually both of them are.
Of my own guitars it's probably this: it looks like a featureless black guitar in dim lighting but in bright lighting it does this:
For "good old regular guitars" of my own:
I'll see your pretty and raise with mine...
None of these guitars are spectacular to the naked eye. Good photography helps a LOT. All taken with an iPhone 8.
These reek of design, craftsmanship and detailing.
It takes more than a shiny top of flame maple to create an outstandingly beautiful guitar, imo, and a relic'd Tele ain't it.
Is it just more that finds distorted shaped reproductions of the real deal not that appealing?
Is that a Futura?
Wish I'd got one of those at the time...
I've always been partial to well-played, vintage gold-guard Jazzmasters. . .
. . and, frankly, I blame Nels Cline.
AlanH, it's an Epiphone Chameleon.
That Collins is gorgeous! Use it well.
I personally have never cared for electric blue finishes, or Lake Placid Blue, and the like, but I can appreciate others liking and playing them.
My personal fave...I like red guitars. This one looks to be a vintage LP but I've never seen an older one this color.
Guitar Player magazine once had a feature on a one-off Les Paul goldtop that had been custom ordered in red. Fantastic. White pickup covers with chrome hardware and it just looked incredibly amazing.
The Collings reminds me of an attractive person with an unfortunately large forehead.
This one is my favorite for looks...
Spellcaster... Oh my!