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Discussion in 'Guitars in General' started by Magnets And Melodies, Mar 25, 2020.
That’s pretty sick
PRS 509 teal, roasted maple neck, ebony fretboard, 2 coil taps, Wilkinson floating tremolo, roller nut, Grover locking tuners.
I'm still hoping for a 50's LP Standard before the end of the year but... we'll see.
A baker Phoenix if i can find it ...
Fender Mustang, Ibanez Talman (two humbucker bigsby), Vantage LP Copy with P90s, custom built Strat style guitar with a funky offset body, Tele with Tele sized P90 in the bridge
I'd like to have one of these.
Ouch! And I thought the Canadian dollar was bad hanging around $0.70 US!
Not to be too morbid, but with the US now having the most cases of any country, it doesn't bode well for the US dollar, so it may go down yet. However, I'd say if you can swing it, buy now before prices do increase in response to the crummy exchange!
Oh, there are a ton of guitars I'm jonesing for. But I have a lot already, and we live in a relatively small place; and while my wife doesn't care that much about me spending a lot of money on guitars, she *does* care about every single square inch of space in the house being taken up by guitars.
If I could figure out a way to solve that problem: a Rick 325c64 or 360/12c63; or a Gretsch 6120 Nashville Ltd. Ed.; or an Italia Mondial (I've never held one in my hands, but recordings I've heard sound amazing; and if I end up not liking it, hey, it was cheap); or a 62 AVRI Strat; or a Coral Electric Sitar; or a Heritage Johnny Smith; or a Huss & Dalton 00-SP or Crossroads; or hell, just a nice nylon-string acoustic to learn Bossa Nova on. Whatever I'm feeling and is available on the day I find another crevice in this house to stick another guitar in.
Something called optimistic because I really need something like that now.
I think the goings on lately have made me actually want to sell off a boat load of amps and guitars. I think in general I want to be leaner and meaner and simplify my entire life. There is certainly alot of time to reflect on what is important, both in life and possessions.
Cool! I have been intrigued by the Scoop since the '90s when I would ogle at it on the Guitar Player ads. Never played one, alas.
Was it the ad or the woman in the ad? I seem to recall they weren’t afraid to use sex to sell those guitars.
That's a great way of thinking about things.
Actually, I'm good.
There are a couple I'd love to have but they are both too expensive and I'll never get one unless I have a radical change of fortune.
1. Vintage Gibson Barney Kessel Custom
2. B.C. Rich Rich Bich 10 string.
I couldn't wait, so this is already on its way to me.
2015 American Standard with Shawbucker and Fat 50s
Bought my last guitar back in January BEFORE all this happened. I have 2 great electrics and a nice acoustic 12 string. Always fun to look and talk about maybe help someone else out looking for their dream guitar. But me............... I'm done.
I'd like to check out the new Epi Les Paul Jr.
An inexpensive small bodied acoustic with a thin neck.
Also a time to reflect how you never know what tomorrow will bring, so if there is something you really want, better GO FOR IT! Responsibly.....of course.....