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Unread 01-22-2012, 03:21 PM   #76
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I fixed it
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Unread 01-22-2012, 05:30 PM   #77
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I have owned as many as 22 guitars at one time (including basses and acoustics). I accumulated them over the years as birthday presents, Christmas presents, or just because I wanted to buy a guitar. Most were cheapo Squiers and Ibanez's, but needless to say 22 guitars is a little overkill.

When I was 23, I put 18 of those guitars on ebay and pocketed enough money to buy a PRS Custom 22 and a PRS Sunburst 245. Yeah, needless to say I made a LOT of money by selling though guitars. It made me realize though the importance of a couple great guitars vs 18 cheap ones.

Fast forward almost 4 years and I still have the Custom 22 and have a total of 5 electric guitars....that is my limit. I own the PRS, a Gibson Les Paul Traditional Goldtop, a Gibson Midtown Custom, a John Mayer Stratocaster, and a MIM Strat.

I hope to someday buy some sort of Fender American Vintage RI strat, maybe a 57 or 62 because I want a Nitro Strat that will age nicely that I can pass down if you will. I may sell the Midtown eventually as I'm not much of a hollowbody player, but we will see.
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Unread 02-14-2012, 07:27 AM   #79
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If I had money, I would have a Wilshire, a Casino, and my Ibanez. That is all that I think I would ever need. Emphasis on the I think.
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I use my Epiphone and Squir for guitar.
For bass I use my Ibanez and Hofner
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Unread 05-15-2012, 01:31 PM   #81
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My wife thinks I may have a guitar addiction. But I tell her that I use them for church. I change guitars every few weeks so I end up playing all of my guitars through the year. Just wondering what every one else did. We have two other guitar players so I have adapted to playing lead and picking to add some depth to the songs.
I have well more than I really "need," but I make a point of intentionally "rotating through" them, trying to play a different guitar each week (and each practice/gig of my rock band).. I currently (after being given an Epiphone Casino by my church bandmates for my birthday) have 20 electric guitars, plus 5 basses. Except the two oldest ones, which have playability issues, the rest all get played.

Here are the electrics except for the recent addition of the Casino:



Addiction? What addiction?
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I'm up to about 10 now, plus a couple of oddballs like a lap steel, a half size electric I bought off a kid for $10 and made playable and a Maestro square neck resonator. Out of those, 6 are Strats. Plus I have another Strat body I haven't bothered to do anything with yet. So while I'm completely, totally done with Strats, I still have a couple of notable gaps. Like my lack of a semi-hollowbody or hollowbody electric, and my lack of a classical guitar (although I have one that needs major repair before it's playable). Or the fact that I want (not need, but want) a Tele. :P

Working at a guitar store really doesn't help me any either...
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^^^ I need a hollowbody as well...

REALLY want a "Lucile" but will likely have to settle for a "normal" 335....
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I have well more than I really "need," but I make a point of intentionally "rotating through" them, trying to play a different guitar each week (and each practice/gig of my rock band).. I currently (after being given an Epiphone Casino by my church bandmates for my birthday) have 20 electric guitars, plus 5 basses. Except the two oldest ones, which have playability issues, the rest all get played.

Here are the electrics except for the recent addition of the Casino:



Addiction? What addiction?
If you ever want to sell that blue Ovation...let me know.
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Unread 05-17-2012, 11:23 AM   #85
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^^^ I need a hollowbody as well...

REALLY want a "Lucile" but will likely have to settle for a "normal" 335....
Well, 335's are semi-hollow, with a center-block.

I always discounted the idea of an ES-style guitar for me, as the body is pretty big and I'm only 5'7" on a big hair day.. The kids in my church band recently surprised me with an Epi Casino (a true full hollowbody) for my birthday, though, and I couldn't be happier with it.





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If you ever want to sell that blue Ovation...let me know.
Noted! Although I played my first-ever gig with that guitar, and it was my only giggable guitar through most of the '80's, so it's doubtful Ol' Blue will be going anywhere ever.



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