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  1. #26
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    bought one off Cl a while back, sold it. kind of amazing technology but....... meh

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    One thing about this thread stands out ...
    no Line 6 Variax in the house!

    Get with it everyone.
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    If I lived in WA, Oft would be my realtor. Seriously.

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    Heh, sideways. Well, you get the picture. I'll also consider checking into the "learning as an adult" thread, as I was given my first bass as a 30th birthday present. I played the trumpet as a kid for about 6 years, so I had some music theory and playing background, but learning a stringed instrument was totally different!

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    Gez those are sweet, the 5- string with the flame maple top is HAWT! Nice quiver.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gez View Post
    Heh, sideways. Well, you get the picture. I'll also consider checking into the "learning as an adult" thread, as I was given my first bass as a 30th birthday present. I played the trumpet as a kid for about 6 years, so I had some music theory and playing background, but learning a stringed instrument was totally different!
    Rad - I have the exact same PJ and a very similar looking (maple n ash) but 4 string jazz. So let's just say you have good taste in instruments

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gez View Post
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    Sweet bass quiver!!

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    ^^this one fkn mint! Dig that pickguard together w the color too


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    Ray Price: " Can you play bass"
    Willie: "Can't everyone?"

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    Show Us Yer Guitar Quiver

    Hereís the quiver.

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    These are the ďcold dead handsĒ instruments that someone will inherit someday down the road.

    Guild F20 ďTroubadourĒ built in Hoboken 1967. Such a pleasant guitar for picking on the couch. Itís also fantastic in the studio when a real guitarist is playing it.

    Fender AVRI Ď57 Precision. Iíve had this one for 10 years. Itís the most killer classic Motown p-bass sound I can imagine and Iíve a/bíd it with a vintage Ď57 re-fin (that I still couldnít afford.) Iíve played countless gigs with this one.

    Mike Lull MV5 Jazz Bass. Iíve owned a few other Lulls but sold them because they didnít fit my gigs when my wife was in grad school and finances were tight. I bought this one used a few years ago and had Mike set it up for me shortly before his death.

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    Nice lefty les paul.

    Late 70s / early 80s?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gez View Post
    ... I was given my first bass as a 30th birthday present. I played the trumpet as a kid for about 6 years, so I had some music theory and playing background, but learning a stringed instrument was totally different!
    It worked for Phil Lesh ;-)

    ... Thom
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ted Striker View Post
    Nice lefty les paul.

    Late 70s / early 80s?
    Itís 1996. Ordered from a shop in West Chester PA, took Gibson a while to fit a lefty into the schedule.

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    Most of the collection.... acoustics omitted, a few more guitars and amps in the basement....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Foggy_Goggles View Post
    If I lived in WA, Oft would be my realtor. Seriously.

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    Sweet Jesus. I hope you are a touring pro. Cause if you arenít you are justifying me buying more guitars. Which is bad.


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    I've been waiting for oft to post.

    n+1 baby!

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    Quote Originally Posted by thommy21 View Post
    It’s 1996. Ordered from a shop in West Chester PA, took Gibson a while to fit a lefty into the schedule.
    So they still hadn't figured out how to keep the chrome on in 96? (newest LP I've owned is '80)

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    Quote Originally Posted by oftpiste View Post
    Most of the collection.... acoustics omitted, a few more guitars and amps in the basement....
    How is your relationship with your neighbors?
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    Quote Originally Posted by EWG View Post
    Sweet Jesus. I hope you are a touring pro. Cause if you arenít you are justifying me buying more guitars. Which is bad.
    Far from it. Just been at it for a couple years..... Can't have too many guitars and amps, right? Kinda like skis....
    Quote Originally Posted by Foggy_Goggles View Post
    If I lived in WA, Oft would be my realtor. Seriously.

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    Quote Originally Posted by oftpiste View Post
    Far from it. Just been at it for a couple years..... Can't have too many guitars and amps, right? Kinda like skis....
    Goddamn it. This is not good for my bank account.

    I have a friend that actually is a touring guitar player in a pretty big band, and you may have more guitars than he does. You may need to seek help.

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    SPAMALERT!

    Anyone looking for a ‘beginner’ guitar?
    (I was using it as a travel/camping guitar)
    I have a Fender ‘starcaster’ telecaster, really cheap.
    Like, $140?
    It plays beautifully, low/easy action.
    Sounds great through an amp.
    Can deliver to Colorado/SLC, in all likelihood.
    Otherwise maybe $40 shipping?
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    It twangs.
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    ^^i wish

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    Quote Originally Posted by oftpiste View Post
    Far from it. Just been at it for a couple years..... Can't have too many guitars and amps, right? Kinda like skis....
    You sir, are an enabler! Now just stop it, before I have as many guitars as I have skis, and I have to put my son out on the street so i can have his bedroom for my guitars!

    Seriously though, I've had the fear recently that my guitar habit will become like my ski habit. I've bought two guitars in the past six months. I also fixed up the two that I already had. I was looking at guitars just before posting this......
    I form the light, and create darkness: I make peace, and create evil: I the LORD do all these things. -אלוהים אדירים

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ID:	365564Nothing special. Couple of Squier Strats, Ibanez acoustic. Beginner guitars. New place has room to put them on the wall, at least...

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    Just got a Baby Taylor traveling acoustic. I have to say it's actually the nicest playing guitar I've ever owned. The action is fantastic and it's really a rich sound for a small guitar. Highly recommend if you're looking for something to take camping, etc.

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    Here's the two I usually play:

    -Schecter Solo II Custom (tuned Eb standard)
    -Schecter C-1 Platinum (tuned drop D or drop C#)
    -Marshall DSL 20CR

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    I am a terrible player but omg this amp will instantly get your woman pregnant.

    Also have two acoustics, some cheap Yamaha and a really cool but valueless Sears store brand acoustic from the 60s that belonged to my sister-in-law's grandpa.

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