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Discussion in 'Other Guitars' started by Paruwi, Jan 20, 2015.
This is my latest. Sounds and plays GREAT!
I’ll have to get pictures of the rest of mine but here are two of my non-Epiphone guitars. My BC Rich Acrylic Mockingbird and a Jackson JS22-7. The Jackson has since been modified a bit.
461C749B-880A-4CF5-92D0-8C7ABD6DBEC8 by theechobox posted Oct 4, 2020 at 9:03 PM
The one I've looked for for 40 years.
Here's two of them.....
Hello and greetings from South Florida! I am a bassist who recently returned to playing and am new here. This is what I have collected since August so far:
1) Squier Precision PJ in Brown Burst
2) Sterling by Music Man, Stingray Classic Ray24CA
Do they each sound different? Just curious...
I don't think I posted this yet but last month a good friend from another forum sent this to me for my birthday.
Grote guitar but I added some goodies. GFS Dream 90s, and a kiwkplug wiring harness, Gotoh tuners.
Spear Gladius 5 piece Maple/Mahogany Thru-neck, Spalted Flame Maple top on Mahogany body wings & strings through body hardtail bridge.
Here's another. The only Strat I will ever own.
Robt Cray hardtail.
My absolute favorite signature strat of all time, and a damn good guitar player to boot.
He is that. Saw him live two summers ago. Great show.
Got a Happy Birthday AND New Guitar Day all in one:
Squier Classic Vibe 50s Telecaster in White Blonde.
today i told a coworker of mine i've been busy cleaning/restoring my Epiphone and wanted to start playing again. he told me he wanted to show me something after work.
and he showed me this:
a 2007 gibson les paul trans black.
he bought it back around 2008 for his son, but he lost interest in playing guitar very quickly and it has been in the case ever since.
it only has a scratch on the p-90 because he had trouble with the left screw which popped out, but he replaced it. other than that it practically like new.
it has all documents and i know where he got it from (feedback Rotterdam, now keymusic Rotterdam). it even has the red plastic tab in the case lock so i can still set my own code.
he saidi could have it for €400. so now it's mine. not a bad deal i think. though not as beautifull as a sunburst standard, but it sounds and plays great.
Good deal on that.
that's what i thought. it's a good thing i get along with my coworker pretty well which probably worked in my advantage. we also enjoy a good dram of whiskey every now and then and i last gave him a bottle of one i really enjoyed. i guess he returned the favour this way.
i'm really pleased with it. i'll play on it tomorrow and put it to the test. it's 2.30 am at the moment and i don't think my neighbours would appreciate it if i start playing through my amp right now