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(@cynthiamyra)
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Hi friends.

Let’s discuss which guitar you have. I own a guitar of Martin and Co. 8)

Thanks!
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(@alangreen)
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I have an Alhambra 4P (classical) for my main stage work, and an Admira Artista as backup.

For my teaching work I have two Admira Malaga (classical) guitars and a Washburn acoustic.

For my Big Band work, I plug an Epiphone Les Paul into a Marshall MG50, and I have an Ibanez which belongs to Her Indoors' youngest which I've used in a couple of gigs whilst he's off working in Dubai.

I have another classical tuned to Renaissance Lute at A=415, a Martin Backpacker, and an Eko Ranger 12-string, a couple of mandolins and my old Shaftesbury Les Paul (now retired).

Nobody has just one.

Oh, I almost forgot my Yamaha bass.

"Be good at what you can do" - Fingerbanger"
I have always felt that it is better to do what is beautiful than what is 'right'" - Eliot Fisk
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(@jb60278)
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I have a squier classic vibe 60s strat and an Epiphone ES 339 pro in the electric dept at the moment. I love these guitars and I'm a fan of inexpensive guitars that play and sound awesome which they are. Planning to add one last either an Epiphone SG or PRS SE Custom 24.
I used to have an Epiphone LP Standard and a Hamer Satq and sold both.
In the acoustic department, I have an Ibanez AW300ECE-NT but i'm planning to replace it with a Martin DJr.


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(@gypsyjazzstudent)
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i have Cort X2 Venom Skulls guitar.....

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oldstrummer
(@oldstrummer)
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I currently have five. Three are new. The order of my acquisition:

1971 Framus 12-string. Bought new.
1957 Gibson ES-225. For years my favorite.
New Taylor Big Baby Taylor-e 6-string.
New Fender Stratocaster Eric Clapton signature model.
New Pignose PGG-200 Deluxe Travel/Portable.

Until the Fender, I didn't realize that playing an electric guitar is different from playing an acoustic. What a nice discovery!

Duke Ellington said it best: "If it sounds good, it IS good!"


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(@gilbertog)
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I own Yamaha and I don't plan to change it anytime soon ;)

"What we call 'mastery' can be defined as that mysterious process through which what is at first difficult or even impossible becomes easy and pleasurable through diligent, patient, long-term practice.” ― George Leonard


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(@moonrider)
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Current stable:
G&L Tribute Invader
G&L ASAT Classic
Squier Classic vibe 50's Telecaster
Fender Standard Stratocaster
Yamaha FG760EX Acoustic
Washburn D26-12 Acoustic
Epiphone Rock Bass

Playing guitar and never playing for others is like studying medicine and never working in a clinic.

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(@nicktorres)
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Writing them all down would prevent my being able to deny having too many.


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(@s1120)
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Writing them all down would prevent my being able to deny having too many.
LOL how true!!!

Ill start with the ones I play the most, on down...

Regal Duolian resonator. Shes my "go to" guitar for most things.

old cheap Epiphone acoustic PR150. doesn't sound great, but the thing is as tough as a oak tree. It lives out on the stand in the living room and can withstand weather changes, and falls. Works well for pounding fenceposts also.. :)

Epiphone Les Paul standard. This is my "nice" guitar, and my only electric

two old Rictor parlor guitars. One I'm rebuilding, the other is in playable shape.

a old Kay acoustic that is on the docket for a neck reset, and reattach the bridge.

a Lapsteel guitar that I built a few years ago, but haven't really devoted the time to learn to play it.

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oldstrummer
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Updated from my post of a month ago. I now have nine.

Two Fender Stratocasters (one new, the other a 1994 aluminum body collector's item)
Two Fender Telecasters (one new - a Magnificent Seven white ash, one 60th Anniversary Edition)
One 2015 Gibson Les Paul Classic "Rock II"
One Pignose PG-200 Deluxe Travel/Practice guitar
One 1957 Gibson ES-225 single cutaway, single pickup semi-hollowbody
One 2016 Taylor Big Baby Taylor-3 six-string acoustic-electric
One 1971 Framus "Blue Ridge" 12-string acoustic

I've really got to stop collecting!

Duke Ellington said it best: "If it sounds good, it IS good!"


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(@nicktorres)
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The Framus is actually a very nice guitar. Does it have the zero fret?


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oldstrummer
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The Framus is actually a very nice guitar. Does it have the zero fret?

Yes, it does (I had to check, to make sure). :)

Duke Ellington said it best: "If it sounds good, it IS good!"


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(@waylon)
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I have cheap Crusader acoustic, this one
https://gb.muzyczny.pl/156806_Crusader-CF420-WSP-acoustic-guitar.html
I don't know why, but it sounds better than swagull s6 imo.
I have also this baby
https://www.amazon.co.uk/Jay-Turser-Resonator-Jt-res-ans-Electric/dp/B0002FOJI2
It's great for slide.


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(@mccoy2015)
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Any list is Subjective, really depends... What may look good and best for you, might not be to others. Heres my list http://www.constantinecruz.com/best-electric-guitar-brands/


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(@alangreen)
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Any list is Subjective, really depends... What may look good and best for you, might not be to others. Heres my list http://www.constantinecruz.com/best-electric-guitar-brands/

Ah, you're not answering the question, which was: "Which ones have you got"

"Be good at what you can do" - Fingerbanger"
I have always felt that it is better to do what is beautiful than what is 'right'" - Eliot Fisk
Wedding music and guitar lessons in Essex. Listen at: http://www.rollmopmusic.co.uk


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