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post #181 of 4558
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Just picked up the Irig unit and app yesterday...can't wait to get my guitar serviced and up and running again.

I got one last week. I like it.
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post #183 of 4558
Seems we have quite a collection of players here.

This is about 25% of what I have owned over the years. I often forget to take pics...and this does not show all the killer vintage stuff I had back in the late '80s early '90s, before it became prohibitively expensive to buy Gibsons and Fenders. I would post individual shots, but there is too much. The Gretsches, with the exception of the DSW, are all vintage. Most of the Gibsons as well.

Also, the ones that say "not available" are there..just click on them.

Enjoy.

http://img.villagephotos.com/p/2002-1/8541/2143067

Mike
post #184 of 4558
anybody in the market for a teese RMC3?
post #185 of 4558
Wow, MBreinin, I love that 295.
post #186 of 4558
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How do you like the russian Big muff vs the reissues?
post #187 of 4558
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Originally Posted by pocketsquareguy View Post
I picked up this little blues machine yesterday at the Alameda Flea market. These little National Resophonics are fun and have a great sound.


Love this

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Originally Posted by MBreinin View Post
Seems we have quite a collection of players here.

This is about 25% of what I have owned over the years. I often forget to take pics...and this does not show all the killer vintage stuff I had back in the late '80s early '90s, before it became prohibitively expensive to buy Gibsons and Fenders. I would post individual shots, but there is too much. The Gretsches, with the exception of the DSW, are all vintage. Most of the Gibsons as well.

Also, the ones that say "not available" are there..just click on them.

Enjoy.

http://img.villagephotos.com/p/2002-1/8541/2143067

Mike

:O
post #188 of 4558
So glad I stumbled on this thread after years on SF.

I mostly play and record acoustic. Main axes are a 2008 Martin 000C-16RGTE Aura and a 1987 Guild D-30 dreadnaught that I've had since my teen years. Recently put a Fishman Infinity Matrix pup in the Guild and it's ridiculous. Also play an acoustic-electric Breedlove 12 string for gigs. Got a bunch of amps and other gear and recently updated the pedal board - will post pics later.

QUESTION: I'm thinking of investing in an electric and don't want to spend a bundle. Been looking into a number of different Hagstrom guitars and wonder if anyone has experience with them, good or bad? Curious. Thanks.
post #189 of 4558
my next guitar is going to be a black tele with rosewood neck
post #190 of 4558
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Originally Posted by origenesprit View Post
How do you like the russian Big muff vs the reissues?

reissues suck for real
post #191 of 4558
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Originally Posted by robbz9206 View Post
reissues suck for real

And what about the black vs green russian ones? Hold out for a green or what?
post #192 of 4558
Nice thread. Like many (I assume), I've bought and sold a bunch of guitars before settling on the ones I have now. I had a Heritage 535, Fender Tele USA, Rickenbacker 650S (which I just found out they don't make anymore!), and a Larrivee OM-09 that I sold to my brother for a song . That Larrivee I miss quite a lot, actually. I can't believe I sold it to him. It had a beautiful ebony neck with microdots on the fret board. The two guitars I have now are a Melancon Pro Artist 'T' (in Lake Placid blue with tone chambers), and a Webber Roundbody with a soft cutaway. My amp is a Fender Princeton Reverb II, which sounds warm and toasty. They say it is point to point hand wired, and that seems important.

Unfortunately I don't play at all lately. Such is life, I guess.
post #193 of 4558
Argh, the Mesa Boogie I just bought arrived damaged.
post #194 of 4558
Guitar used by Carulli.

Much better than anything on display here....

http://mediatheque.cite-musique.fr/m...tailleByID.asp
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Guitar used by Carulli.

Much better than anything on display here....

http://mediatheque.cite-musique.fr/m...tailleByID.asp

Edinafail
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