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    Default Do you own any guitars, and if so, what are they?

    I was bored so I thought I'd post this

    Currently... five guitars reside in my house

    2001 Delta acoustic(Chinese cheapie)
    2002 Harmony H-804(Indonesian cheapie, not a bad guitar actually)
    2000(?) Kay Student model(Got this one from my cousin for free)
    2003(?) Epiphone SG G-310(My main guitar)
    2006 Squier Affinity Stratocaster(My friend's guitar)

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    I've got an Aria from I don't know when. It's old though.

    Then my Squire which I never use because I don't play electric anymore.

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    Default Do you own any guitars, and if so, what are they?

    :bunny:This may not be a complete list. I am fairly obsessive/compulsive when it comes to collections of things, so here goes:

    Acoustic/Electric Guitars:

    Adamas 6 string

    Ovation Mando-cello 8 string (natural wood)

    Ovation Mandolin 8 string (natural wood)

    Ovation Baladeer 6 string (natural wood) customized by Kaman Custom Shop with Optimax Pick-up/Equaliser/Blender system

    Ovation Baladeer 6 string (maroon transparent wood)

    1923 Supertone 6 string (sunburst) with Dean Markley pick-up (My main slide/blues guitar).

    1941 6 string (natural wood) Dobro with single pick-up.

    Custom Herringbone (Martin style) cut-away Brazilian rosewood 8 string
    (3rd guitar I’ve built) (Mando-cello)

    Custom 6 string Mahogany w/inlaid abalone. My Hawaiian Slack Key guitar.

    Custom 8 string Jazz Octave mandolin w/P-90 pick-ups.

    Trinity College Octave mandolin 8 string. (Irish and celtic music.)

    1958 Gourd backed 8 string mandolin

    1950’s Kay 12 string guitar

    Crafter Acoustic/Electric 12 string (Black - no sound hole)

    Other acoustics:

    Polished Bell Brass 8 string Octave mandolin/dobro with chrome resonator and hardware (Newest Project uncompleted)

    Custom Guitar shaped Nickel bell brass 8 string mandolin/dobro built by luthier in England (2001)

    1902 5-String open Back SS Stewart Thouroughbred special Banjo with carved heel and custom headstock abalone inlay. (My most valuable instrument.)

    Egyptian/Middle Eastern Saz

    Russian 3 string Balalaika

    1941 Kay Curved-back Mahogany Baritone ukulele

    1918 Supertone soprano ukulele

    Custom Walnut/ Spruce 4-string Appalachian Dulcimer (hourglass)

    Custom Walnut/ Spruce 5-string Appalachian Dulcimer (teardrop shaped)

    Electric Guitars:

    Custom White Jazz Cutaway hollow body w/custom wound P-90 pick ups and gold hardware (Still under construction)

    1941 National lap Steel 6 string (Blues/slide guitar)

    Falk Industrial Guitars Custom Shop Aluminum Lap Steel 6 string (2002) with custom humbucker pick-up (Blues/slide guitar)

    Fender FM60E Hollow-body Sunburst 5 string Mandolin with Tortoise shell Pick-guard and 2 single coil pick-ups

    7 string Electric Guitar with 2 humbuckers (under construction)

    10 string Chapman Stik

    Fender Stratocaster(s)
    3 - factory original

    1- Fender Silver Metallic Texas Lone Star Strat with Fender Tex-Mex pick-ups

    1 - Fender Strat Midi Guitar with 3 Fender single coil Pickups Roland G-2 pick-up

    1 - Late 70’s Fender Strat Three Tone Sunburst, Tortise shell pickguard, Fender Locking Tuners (Sperzel), SSH Pick-ups, Factory Kahler Tremelo

    11 – Modified

    1 – Luthier Custom Shop Strat Black with highly figured curly maple neck, Gold Sperzel tuners, Gold Anodized Aluminum Pickguard, Gold tremolo bridge.
    Fender Gold Lace Pick-ups

    1 – Seafoam Green with white pearloid pickguard and 3 custom wound Anderson lipstick single-coil pick-ups, Vintage tremolo bridge. (Surf Guitar) (Built from Fender’s Blink 182, Tom DeLonge Strat)

    1 – (Japan) Fender Strat with Birdseye Maple Top, Three Tone Sunburst, Warmoth Curly Maple (natural) Neck, Sperzel locking tuners, Seymore Duncan Lil ’59 Bridge Pickup, 2 Seymore Duncan Hot Rail Humbuckers., Vintage Tremolo

    1- Black Strat SSH, Fender Bajo Sexo six string baritone neck (30” scale) with rose wood Neck. Fender Locking Tuners

    1 - Luthier Custom Shop Strat, Birdseye maple transparent green with white pearloid pickguard, Custom hand-wound (hot) True-tone single coil pick-ups, Vintage Fender Tremolo

    1 - Luthier Custom Shop HH Strat, Tiger eye maple transparent red, Ebony Neck, with Inlaid Maple Burl pickguard, 2 Custom hand-wound (hot) True-tone Red Pearloid Humbucker pick-ups, Vintage Fender Hard-tail bridge

    1 – White SSH Strat, Rosewood neck, Seymore Duncan (DeLonge)
    Humbucker, blue pearloid pickguard, Fender Tremolo

    Fender Telecaster(s)

    1 – Nashville Power Tele (3 texas special pick-ups + Fishman Acoustic Bridge)

    Telecaster Custom/Fender(s)

    1 - Seafoam green with white pearloid pickguard, curly maple neck, 2 Anderson single coil Lipstick Pick-ups (Surf Guitar)

    1 – Black with custom 3 - Fender Tex-Mex single coil pick-ups, curly maple neck, Gold hardware and Gold Anodized Pickguard

    1- Sunburst with curly maple neck with Gold hardware, SEYMOUR DUNCAN ANTIQUITY TELECASTER PICKUP SET *

    1 – Custom Black Korina Hollow body with custom ebony wood pickguard, ebony neck, single coil and 2 hot rails (Humbuckers)


    Gibson:

    135 ES Jazz Guitar (cut-away) Wine w/gold humbuckers/hardware

    3 - Les Paul

    Kay

    1951 Kay Cut-away Hollow-body Les Paul (Think Robert Plant)

    1961 Kay SG Copy with Bigsby Tremolo

    1963 Kay SG Copy

    Other electrics:

    Electric 8 string Mandocello built with factory 1958 Hollow body sunburst Coral/Danelectro longhorn bass body with 30” scale neck w/2 Custom Shadow (West Germany) Bass Humbucker Pickups. (This Electric mandocello is wicked through my DOD multi- effects pedal)

    2- Lindt Locomotive Baritone (30” scale) custom 6 string electrics

    B.C. Rich Warlock Custom Shop 1980's Mauve Pearl Finish. - Think glam-rock, big hair, heavy metal. (how could I have forgotten my only head banger?)


    Bass Guitars:

    Jackson/Charvell Custom neck-through 4 string

    Fender P/J Bass (black) with anodized gold aluminium pickguard

    1962 SG-style short scale bass - with high output Shadow Bass Humbucker pickups

    Amplifiers:

    1948 Gibson BR-9 (5 watt Class A Tube Amp) for blues harp/ slide guitar.

    Fender Hot Rod Blues Deville 4/10 100 Watt tube Amp

    Vox 100 watt tube amp

    Garnet (Canada Late 1960’s) 25 watt Class A Tube Head

    1966 Supro 100 watt Tube Head with Custom
    Danny Boy 2/12 Cabinet

    I think this is about it. :bunny:
    Last edited by Diapered Rabbit; 02-Feb-2009 at 07:36. Reason: More details

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    Alright, here goes

    2007 Epiphone Special 2
    2004 Firstact Overtone
    2008 Mitchell Acoustic

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    Default Just One acoustic Guitar? Don't let it get you down.

    :bunny: Night - nothing wrong with one acoustic. If it is decent (straight neck, good intonation etc.) an acoustic is great to learn on and to play. If you want to go electric, try first getting a Dean Markley Sound hole pick-up ($40-60) and play your acoustic through a friends amp. If you have a friend that is a gear junkie (like me), they may be willing to LOAN you a (spare) practice amp. etc. (I've given away over 10 guitars/amps to budding musicians) If you like your acoustic guitar though an amp save up $$ and get a Berhinger (German) Acoustic 100 amp at about $350. It has all kinds of digital effects and other features - fantastic for the price. I play all my acoustic/electric instruments through a Peavy 868 PA system with 15" powered JBL speakers (my stage PA). I never played an electric until I was in my 30's. If you want to hear some radical acoustic/electric blues slide stuff - check out David Lindley http://www.davidlindley.com/, Roy Rogers (NOT the cowboy) and Ry Cooder :bunny:
    Last edited by Diapered Rabbit; 01-Feb-2009 at 22:13. Reason: corrections, punctuation, additions

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    Quote Originally Posted by Diapered Rabbit View Post
    :bunny:This may not be a complete list. I am fairly obsessive/compulsive when it comes to collections of things, so here goes:

    Acoustic/Electric Guitars:

    Adamas 6 string

    Ovation Mando-cello 8 string (natural wood)

    Ovation Mandolin 8 string (natural wood)

    Ovation Baladeer 6 string (natural wood) customized by Kaman Custom Shop with Optimax Pick-up/Equaliser/Blender system

    Ovation Baladeer 6 string (maroon transparent wood)

    1923 Supertone 6 string (sunburst) with Dean Markley pick-up (My main slide/blues guitar).

    1941 6 string (natural wood) Dobro with single pick-up.

    Custom Herringbone (Martin style) cut-away Brazilian rosewood 8 string
    (3rd guitar I’ve built) (Mando-cello)

    Custom 6 string Mahogany w/inlaid abalone. My Hawaiian Slack Key guitar.

    Custom 8 string Jazz Octave mandolin w/P-90 pick-ups.

    Trinity College Octave mandolin 8 string. (Irish and celtic music.)

    1958 Gourd backed 8 string mandolin

    1950’s Kay 12 string guitar

    Crafter Acoustic/Electric 12 string (Black - no sound hole)

    Other acoustics:

    Custom Guitar shaped Nickel bell brass 8 string mandolin/dobro built by luthier in England (2001)

    1902 5-String open Back SS Stewart Thouroughbred special Banjo with carved heel and custom headstock abalone inlay. (My most valuable instrument.)

    Egyptian/Middle Eastern Saz

    Russian 3 string Balalaika

    1941 Kay Curved-back Mahogany Baritone ukulele

    1918 Supertone soprano ukulele

    Custom Walnut/ Spruce 4-string Appalachian Dulcimer (hourglass)

    Custom Walnut/ Spruce 5-string Appalachian Dulcimer (teardrop shaped)

    Electric Guitars:

    Custom White Jazz Cutaway hollow body w/custom wound P-90 pick ups and gold hardware (Still under construction)

    1941 National lap Steel 6 string (Blues/slide guitar)

    Falk Industrial Guitars Custom Shop Aluminum Lap Steel 6 string (2002) with custom humbucker pick-up (Blues/slide guitar)

    Fender Stratocaster(s)
    3 - factory original
    11 – Modified

    Fender Telecaster(s)

    1 – Nashville Power Tele (3 texas special pick-ups + Fishman Acoustic Bridge)

    3 -modified

    Gibson

    135 ES Jazz Guitar (cut-away) Wine w/gold humbuckers/hardware

    3 - Les Paul

    Kay

    1951 Kay Cut-away Hollow-body Les Paul (Think Robert Plant)

    1961 Kay SG Copy with Bigsby Tremolo

    1963 Kay SG Copy

    Other electrics:

    Electric 8 string Mandocello built with factory 1958 Hollow body sunburst Coral/Danelectro longhorn bass body with 30” scale neck w/2 Custom Shadow (West Germany) Bass Humbucker Pickups. (This Electric mandocello is wicked through my DOD multi- effects pedal)

    2- Lindt Locomotive Baritone (30” scale) custom 6 string electrics


    Bass Guitars

    Jackson/Charvell Custom neck-through 4 string

    Fender P/J Bass (black) with anodized gold aluminium pickguard

    1962 SG-style short scale bass

    Amplifiers:

    1948 Gibson BR-9 (5 watt Class A Tube Amp) for blues harp/ slide guitar.

    Fender Hot Rod Blues Deville 4/10 100 Watt tube Amp

    Vox 100 watt tube amp

    Garnet (Canada Late 1960’s) 25 watt Class A Tube Head

    1966 Supro 100 watt Tube Head with Custom
    Danny Boy 2/12 Cabinet

    I think this is about it. :bunny:
    Wow...

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    I've got a steel stringed Yamaha APX500 electric acoustic (with a Squire SA-10 amp) and and a crappy Cort stratocaster (with a Pevey Rage 158 amp). In addition to those there's my brother's custom Squire telecaster that I've borrowed for quite a while. For effects I use a Line 6 POD 2.0.

    As far as other instruments go I have a Squire J-Bass (with a Fender Rumble 15 amp) and some simple M-Audio Oxygen 8 V2 MIDI keys.

    Oh, and Diapered Rabbit, what do I have to do to be included in your will?

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