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BowoW 01-20-2003 09:27 AM

here's an acoustic and electric.. for the Single-cut I might as well go with the Mark Tremonti model.. but yeah, I like single-cuts...

BowoW 01-20-2003 09:28 AM

oops.. didn't attach the single-cut :-P

PianoMan 01-20-2003 11:50 AM

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Originally posted by BowoW
here's an acoustic and electric..
Nice. I tried a Tacoma all Koa acoustic a while back at Guitar Center - very nice/very expensive. :D

Reuben 01-20-2003 01:57 PM

hmmm... I really like this too...

http://www.gibson.com/products/gibso...s/customaw.jpg

~Reuben

BowoW 01-20-2003 02:25 PM

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Originally posted by PianoMan
Nice. I tried a Tacoma all Koa acoustic a while back at Guitar Center - very nice/very expensive. :D
yeah.. I always admired the Taylor K22ce... I've tried it a couple times .. even saw mark tremonti using it.., hahaha, no that that's supposed to add any credibility :-P


-jamie

cloakerz 01-25-2003 12:00 AM

I have the guitar I wish I had. a USA made Hamer archtop gt. Looks like a les paul gold top but is 10 times better of a guitar
for less money.

Grasshopper359 01-25-2003 08:43 PM

Bob Hartman (formerly of Petra) used to play a Hamer. :yep:

Reuben 01-25-2003 08:48 PM

this is a little late, but... what do you do with a $20,000 guitar?? With a price like that, I think the only thing to do would be to lock it up in a glass case and put it on display or something like that.

anyway... I was just wondering... :)

~Reuben

tubetone41230 01-25-2003 09:32 PM

My FAVORITE guitar? Thats a hard decision haha! I would probably have to say a Gibson Les Paul Goldtop w P90s ;) Jam for the LAMB!!!

PianoMan 01-25-2003 09:51 PM

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Originally posted by Reuben
this is a little late, but... what do you do with a $20,000 guitar?? With a price like that, I think the only thing to do would be to lock it up in a glass case and put it on display or something like that.

anyway... I was just wondering... :)

~Reuben

hehehe, that plus using it ONLY for private/studio stuff...unless you're rich and can afford more than one ;) :D

GMartin2R 01-26-2003 12:43 AM

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Originally posted by Reuben
this is a little late, but... what do you do with a $20,000 guitar?? With a price like that, I think the only thing to do would be to lock it up in a glass case and put it on display or something like that.

anyway... I was just wondering... :)

~Reuben

well first off i wouln't probably get one that's worth that much but iof i did, it'd get use. what's the use of having a gutiar that would no doubt sounds great, (i'm thinking early 1900s acoustic here) if you dont use it? not much imo...

TomfromIllinois 01-26-2003 01:43 AM

if it cost 20,000 dollars I would play it everyday, I really don't care how much it cost it's still a guitar, it was meant to be played.

GMartin2R 01-26-2003 02:03 AM

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Originally posted by TomfromIllinois
if it cost 20,000 dollars I would play it everyday, I really don't care how much it cost it's still a guitar, it was meant to be played.
exactly...

i woudl love to have a 1889 martin...

that would no doubt sound so sweet...

reags 01-26-2003 03:24 AM

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i woudl love to have a 1889 martin...
you can achieve the same quality sound by wrapping your current martin in aluminium foil & gently placing it in your fireplace body first for 5mins, then flip over for another 10mins (hollowside down).

gently unwrap, let cool overnight, & voila! your official 1889 martin.

BowoW 01-26-2003 08:49 PM

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Originally posted by reags
you can achieve the same quality sound by wrapping your current martin in aluminium foil & gently placing it in your fireplace body first for 5mins, then flip over for another 10mins (hollowside down).

gently unwrap, let cool overnight, & voila! your official 1889 martin.

um.. heh, I'd rather not risk my guitar burning up... and hurtin me :-P


-jamie


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