How many guitars do you own?

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Post by The Dali » January 11th, 2006, 9:51 am

Right now...

Custom Washburn G10V :)
Gibson SG :twisted:
Fender Texas Special Strat 8)
Custom Fender Double-Fat Strat :lol:
Schecter c-1/SH :shock:
Takamine G-Series Acoustic :wink:
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Post by Bish » January 11th, 2006, 11:16 am

I hadn't seen this post yet. Dali, did you happen to look at that last post date before you? It's been over a year....lol.


Currently I have...

1968 Yamaha electric hollowbody
2005 Squier Strat
2005 Washburn bass
2005 EPI LP Studio
2005 EPI SG - Tommy Iommi series
2005 Schecter C-1+
2005 Lite Ash Fender Tele

2006 American Deluxe Strat - TBA :D
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Post by Rum Runner » January 11th, 2006, 9:10 pm

Three right now-

The circa 1979 Suzuki Acoustic, my first guitar
An Epi LP Standard
A Dean Key Largo

am getting the itch for a better acoustic- if the stock market continues to be kind.
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Post by abcxyz » January 12th, 2006, 1:28 am

bish wrote:I hadn't seen this post yet. Dali, did you happen to look at that last post date before you? It's been over a year....lol.


Currently I have...

2006 American Deluxe Strat - TBA :D
As if we don't know :roll:

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Post by geoo » January 12th, 2006, 2:50 am

I own 2.5

Montana acoustic - Cheap beater guitar that I play the most
Ovation CS257 -

and the Schecter C1+ that I own in my mind but just dont have it in my hands yet :!:

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Post by TwistedLefty » January 12th, 2006, 3:53 am

here's another more recent thread.
http://guitarnoise.com/forums/viewtopic.php?t=13995

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Post by teleplayer324 » January 12th, 2006, 3:55 am

4 Tele's, 3 are Squier
1 Strat
2 six string acoustics
1 six string acoustic/electric
1 12 string acoustic
1 lapsteel
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Post by itziks » January 12th, 2006, 4:00 am

silenus you have an acoustic stagg ?

I have a classic stagg that I got as a gift, been trying to find info on it - nothing. I know that it's made in korea.

I have 6 stringed instruments-

1. Oud
2. cheap sx electric strat copy
3. takamine acoustic
4. classic stagg
5. dobro
6. another classic

and I always look at shops. might buy a 12 string acoustic, or a full hollow jazz or a semi-hollow jazz or...

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Post by dogbite » January 12th, 2006, 6:31 am

I have close to fourteen guitars.
or more acurately fourteen stringed instruments.
ouds, pedal steel, lap steel, strat, tele....

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Post by Bish » January 12th, 2006, 6:57 am

itziks wrote:silenus you have an acoustic stagg ?

I have a classic stagg that I got as a gift, been trying to find info on it - nothing. I know that it's made in korea.
It seems to me I ran across that brand of electric guitars at Music-Go-Round. You might contact one of those outlets. They may be able to supply you with more info.

From what I've seen of the line, they are another form of immitation guitar. I've seen tele's, strats, LP's, SG's at least.

I played a couple and they seemed ok. I wasn't happy with the finishes or "paint" schemes. They were selling pretty well right before Christmas as they seem to follow the AGILE pricing scheme.
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Post by geoo » January 12th, 2006, 7:09 am

I was told, at my music shop, that you cannot be a Fender dealer and sell Squiers, so Stagg's are the answer to that problem. Fender dealers will sell the Stagg's as a cheaper guitar. Although, I say that reluctantly because the Staggs they had were pretty pricey too. Atleast compared to a Squier.

I thought they were pretty decent looking. Didnt play it.

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Post by TwistedLefty » January 12th, 2006, 7:13 am

geoo wrote:I was told, at my music shop, that you cannot be a Fender dealer and sell Squiers, so Stagg's are the answer to that problem. Fender dealers will sell the Stagg's as a cheaper guitar. Although, I say that reluctantly because the Staggs they had were pretty pricey too. Atleast compared to a Squier.

I thought they were pretty decent looking. Didnt play it.

Geoo
MF sells both squires and fender

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Post by geoo » January 12th, 2006, 7:15 am

BAH.. Good point. :D But that IS what I was told.

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Post by Bish » January 12th, 2006, 7:23 am

geoo wrote:I was told, at my music shop, that you cannot be a Fender dealer and sell Squiers, Geoo

Hmmmmm, the store I'm buying my Deluxe from sells both Fender and Squier. As a matter of fact both of the larger guitar stores that sell Fender do sell Squier in my area, anyhow. One is a locally owned business. (That's where I'm getting my Deluxe.) The other is West Music. They are a national chain to the best of my knowledge.

The Music-Go-Round we have is mostly used. The Stagg line is new products. They have a huge display rack, almost like a trellis (sp?) that the guitars are diplayed on. It's pretty impressive as it sits directly across from the front door as you walk in the place. It holds 12 to 16 guitars in a square grid.

Mostly what they had for finishes was a sort of see through yellow/blonde color. The Tele had a checkerboard design on it. Cheesy in my opinion. I reserve checkerboards for checkered flags that signal the finish of a stock car race. Ah, but that's just me.
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Post by teleplayer324 » January 12th, 2006, 7:46 am

TwistedLefty wrote:
geoo wrote:I was told, at my music shop, that you cannot be a Fender dealer and sell Squiers, so Stagg's are the answer to that problem. Fender dealers will sell the Stagg's as a cheaper guitar. Although, I say that reluctantly because the Staggs they had were pretty pricey too. Atleast compared to a Squier.

I thought they were pretty decent looking. Didnt play it.

Geoo
MF sells both squires and fender
So does PROSOUND and GUITARCENTER and both of those are authorized dealers and Repair shops for FENDER
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