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  1. #1
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    maggot musicians: Show us your axe(s)!

    After hearing about the BC Rich, seeing a Soldano and a G&L guitar, I thought this deserved it's own thread. You can tell a lot about somebody by the axe they wield.

    I don't want to start, because it just wouldn't be fair. But, let's see 'em!
    When in doubt, point it out.

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    No pictures, but I used to have a white Ibanez 7-string. Yes, I liked Crossroads, especially Jami Gertz .

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    nothing much to brag about anymore - just a ibanez ex370 and an epiphone SG to bang around on for practice. back in the day when i played more seriously - a '69 telecaster custom and a '77 stratocaster (both stolen).

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    Seriously - Estwing.

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    Got a JEM90, this isn't my one because I don't have a picture online but it's the same model:


    Also have a Martin D35 which is at my dad's so he can play some bluegrass.

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    Here are some songs that I recorded (hope the links work - mp3 files):

    Kill Krush & Destroy
    Warmup

    Epiphone SG


    Ibanez 7 String
    "Steve McQueen's got nothing on me" - Clutch

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    Shitty pan of my studio

    Me w/ my 1996 PRS Standard 22


    Also have a
    -1992 Les Paul Standard
    -1996 Fender American Standard Strat
    -1996 Fender American Tele Deluxe Plus
    -Handfull of Acoutsics
    -1977 Fender American P-Bass
    -1998 Fender American Jazz Bass
    -1960's Univox bass
    -1998 Yahmaha Fretless Bass
    Last edited by Affix Snow; 05-31-2006 at 07:28 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Affix Snow
    Shitty pan of my studio
    Time to dust the baseball caps, bro.

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    Quote Originally Posted by iceman
    Time to dust the baseball caps, bro.
    HA! Little bit huh!?

    Yeah...they absorb sound...and dust.

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    My acoustics aren't pictured, but here's the list. (I know, it's sofa king geigh.)

    Guitars: Gibson: 1958 Les Paul Custom , 1959 Les Paul Special, 1963 Reverse Firebird VII, 1964 ES-330, 1969 SG Special, Gretsch: 1964 6120 "Chet Atkins", Fender: 1967 Telecaster w/ B bender,1963 Jazz Master, 1989 custom Telecaster, 1986 custom Stratocaster, Rickenbacker: 1982 360-12 string, Acoustics: Martin D35, Guild JF30 12-string, Taylor 410, Dobro custom steel guitar

    Basses: 1955 Hofner 500 "Beatle bass", 1959 Epiphone EB-1 hollowed body, 1960s Danelectro/Silvertone Deluxe, 1960s Ampeg AUB1 fretless, 1967 Gretsch 6070 hollow body, 1969 Fender Precision, 1973 Rickenbacker 4001, 1968 Gibson Non-Reverse Thunderbird II
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    Last edited by Telefunken; 06-02-2006 at 12:07 AM.
    When in doubt, point it out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Telefunken
    My acoustics aren't pictured, but here's the list. (I know, it's sofa king geigh.)

    Guitars: Gibson: 1958 Les Paul Custom , 1959 Les Paul Special, 1963 Reverse Firebird VII, 1964 ES-330, 1969 SG Special, Gretsch: 1964 6120 "Chet Atkins", Fender: 1967 Telecaster w/ B bender,1969 Jazz Master, 1989 custom Telecaster, 1986 custom Stratocaster, Rickenbacker: 1982 360-12 string, Acoustics: Martin D35, Guild JF30 12-string, Taylor 410, Dobro custom steel guitar

    Basses: 1955 Hofner 500 "Beatle bass", 1959 Epiphone EB-1 hollowed body, 1960s Danelectro/Silvertone Deluxe, 1960s Ampeg AUB1 fretless, 1967 Gretsch 6070 hollow body, 1969 Fender Precision, 1973 Rickenbacker 4001, 1968 Gibson Non-Reverse Thunderbird II
    Wow. Nice.

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    I dont have original pics, but here is whats in my stable:

    '05 American Ash Strat Butterscotch



    '72 Tele Thinline (Mine is Sunburst)



    Ovation Roundback



    And when I'm super flush one day:

    Benedict Groovemaster



    Just dumped a Hamer Studio and a 70's Ibanez copy of a Les Paul.
    Bush got C's.... Obama probably failed lunch

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    Quote Originally Posted by Telefunken
    My acoustics aren't pictured, but here's the list. (I know, it's sofa king geigh.)

    Guitars: Gibson: 1958 Les Paul Custom , 1959 Les Paul Special, 1963 Reverse Firebird VII, 1964 ES-330, 1969 SG Special, Gretsch: 1964 6120 "Chet Atkins", Fender: 1967 Telecaster w/ B bender,1969 Jazz Master, 1989 custom Telecaster, 1986 custom Stratocaster, Rickenbacker: 1982 360-12 string, Acoustics: Martin D35, Guild JF30 12-string, Taylor 410, Dobro custom steel guitar

    Basses: 1955 Hofner 500 "Beatle bass", 1959 Epiphone EB-1 hollowed body, 1960s Danelectro/Silvertone Deluxe, 1960s Ampeg AUB1 fretless, 1967 Gretsch 6070 hollow body, 1969 Fender Precision, 1973 Rickenbacker 4001, 1968 Gibson Non-Reverse Thunderbird II
    Yeah, uhm, wow. Do those get played or just rubbed with a diaper?
    HI THERE!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tippster


    Seriously - Estwing.
    That's a hatchet dumb-ass.
    HI THERE!

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    lol
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    No Roger, No Rerun, No Rent

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    electric = ESP EC1000 Deluxe
    http://media.zzounds.com/media/brand...f9086fbe48.jpg

    Acoustic = Washburn D12N
    http://i4.ebayimg.com/04/i/07/39/8b/1e_1.JPG

    Neither are top notch guitars, but I'm just learning. If I ever become good enough to merit a great guitar, I'll probably look for a vintage Les Paul and get a Taylor 615ce, or Martin D-18 acoustic.
    Of all the muthafuckas on earth, you the muthafuckest.

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    Quote Originally Posted by slim
    Yeah, uhm, wow. Do those get played or just rubbed with a diaper?
    They get played. They mostly see studio work. On the very rare occasions taht I'll gig anymore, I'll just bring my Strat or a Tele.
    When in doubt, point it out.

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    You asked for it. It's a disease...

    Gibson, Sadowsky, PRS, Martin, Larrivee, Trussart, Fender







    Last edited by Jim S; 05-31-2006 at 01:08 PM.
    Every man dies. Not every man lives.
    You don’t stop playing because you grow old; you grow old because you stop playing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Telefunken
    My acoustics aren't pictured, but here's the list. (I know, it's sofa king geigh.)

    Guitars: Gibson: 1958 Les Paul Custom , 1959 Les Paul Special, 1963 Reverse Firebird VII, 1964 ES-330, 1969 SG Special, Gretsch: 1964 6120 "Chet Atkins", Fender: 1967 Telecaster w/ B bender,1969 Jazz Master, 1989 custom Telecaster, 1986 custom Stratocaster, Rickenbacker: 1982 360-12 string, Acoustics: Martin D35, Guild JF30 12-string, Taylor 410, Dobro custom steel guitar

    Basses: 1955 Hofner 500 "Beatle bass", 1959 Epiphone EB-1 hollowed body, 1960s Danelectro/Silvertone Deluxe, 1960s Ampeg AUB1 fretless, 1967 Gretsch 6070 hollow body, 1969 Fender Precision, 1973 Rickenbacker 4001, 1968 Gibson Non-Reverse Thunderbird II
    Gee, um, we're not worthy.
    Putting the "core" in corporate, one turn at a time.

    Metalmücil 2010 - 2013 "Go Home" album is now a free download

    The Bonin Petrels

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    Quote Originally Posted by Telefunken
    They get played. They mostly see studio work. On the very rare occasions taht I'll gig anymore, I'll just bring my Strat or a Tele.
    Speaking of studio work...

    happen to know a guy named Ross Bolton?
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    98ish Yamaha 412 that has a warmoth neck and a bunch of other little hot rods that have been added over the years.

    late 1963 Fender Bandmaster (blackface) head and 2x10 cabinet with, all original electronics in the head, and I still have the original tubes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CantDog
    late 1963 Fender Bandmaster (blackface) head and 2x10 cabinet with, all original electronics in the head, and I still have the original tubes.
    That's a rad amp.
    HI THERE!

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    Never touched the guitar, but touched the man (Les Paul):
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    ^Going in for the grab.

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    I can't believe Les isn't looking down and to the left.
    Every man dies. Not every man lives.
    You don’t stop playing because you grow old; you grow old because you stop playing.

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