Discussion in 'Guitars in General' started by Dr. Tweedbucket, May 29, 2016.
Yes. Refinished candy apply red.
Ahh love it, I have a gold top, with Bigsby, all stock...
I’ll take an original P90 Goldtop. I’ll probably settle on a ‘54 or ‘55 with a stoptail but I’ll need to ply a shitload of them before the final decision is made.
The Larrivee P-01 parlor guitar is my forever guitar.
Those are nice, I own a Larivee OM-19 purchased new in Vancouver, I actually got the factory tour, this was back when his shop was in the city. Was able to get it on the plane to USA with no issues.
An exact duplicate of Johnny Greenwood's telecaster
Suhr Classic T
A 335 style of some type.
I get to choose the wiring and pickups.
Sometimes I think how fun it'd be to go back to the basics.
Like an ancient Tele, or this.
I played a stunning, I mean properly stunning, 1937 D-18 at as guitar show. I think if there was only one guitar forever it would be that one.
My Gibson J-200 Vintage, of course.
PRS Hollowbody II with piezo.
A Les Paul Custom with a hot bridge pickup only. Orange stack and lots of volume.
I like the cut of your jib!
Man, rough choice.
I think I'd have to pick an acoustic - if it has to be one I already have, my Martin 000-28vs. if people are going big with pre-war Martins, I'll just take a lil' ol Larson Brothers built jumbo, please.
Stratocaster - just does it all and dang comfortable to play.
My surf green parts tele, all I really need I think.
Hmmm...if I'm getting it for free, I'd like a PRS Santana, with the back edges of the body rounded off for comfort.
If it's one I own, Ye Olde Ibanez Blazer.
Aw hell, if there’s only room for one it’s my Hamer Korina Artist w/ Mojotone P90s. That’s the guitar to settle on for me, I just love the sounds and the feel of the instrument.
The best Les Paul Custom I can find. Easy