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(@undercat)
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Les Paul Custom 2004- trans wine
Ibanez Pat Metheny-120- black
PRS Hollow II-10 top w/ piezo- black sunburst
Samick JZ-4- brown sunburst
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Yairi DY91- sitka/koa
Breedlove Northwest- sitka/myrtlewood
Martin Graham Nash 000-40Q2GN Signature-
solid quilted mahogany
Guild JF30-12- spruce/maple burst
Rainsong Parlor W-PA1000- graphite/rosewood
Ovation Pinnacle 3712-Japan made
Joan Cashimira 144- canadian cedar/indian rosewood
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Mesa F-50 combo
Fender Acoustasonic Jr. :)

Nice stash!

Quick Q, can we get a pic of that "trans white" LP Custom? I've never seen one transparent white, just your standard ebony and alpine...

Do something you love and you'll never work a day in your life...


   
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(@yoyo286)
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^Yeah!! Thats like 999,999,999,999,999,999,999 times better than what i have! Your'e so lucky!!!! :evil:

Stairway to Freebird!


   
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(@omegaman)
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Nice stash!

Quick Q, can we get a pic of that "trans white" LP Custom? I've never seen one transparent white, just your standard ebony and alpine...

Sorry to disappoint...that reads trans wine, wish it was white, but the wine is sawwwweeeet! Here is the actual beast:

http://www.breedloveforum.yuku.com/


   
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(@steve-0)
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Joined: 20 years ago
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Wow, my gear includes:

A torino acoustic (very beginner, low quality)
A VMP electric guitar (decent guitar, but definitly not professional quality)
A classical guitar (no clue what company or make, but i've been told it sounds amazing)

A Yamaha practice amp (20 watts, built in distortion, really basic stuff)
Ibanez Chorus pedal

As you can see, i'm not very happy with my gear, but seeing as how i'm still in school and have no job, i have to live with it. I hope someday to get a better acoustic guitar and a nice amp (at least to start out with), then maybe get another electric and put a microphone into my classical guitar and buy a little amp to use that with. But of course, all of that will probably cost me nearly 3 grand (canadian) or so.

Steve-0


   
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(@mark-taylor)
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Joined: 19 years ago
Posts: 110
 

I feel so at home here. I ain't nothing but a poor country boy. I have 2 old Yamaha guitars, 1) an old red label nippon gakki fg110, 2) an old FG336SBII taiwan yamaha fitted w) a samick single coil pickup. Nice tone though. Been professionally worked once. Plays real sweet.

On the electric side--a heavily modded double hummer Squire strat affinity with the trem blocked.

I use an audio buddy pre amp and a Crate MX65R amp

You can ride a Yamaha, or play a Yamaha, it is up to you.


   
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(@300m)
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I will give this a shot. Here is what I have,
Ibanez SZ520QM

Marshall MG15DFX

Carver DC127 custom
If this is to big let me know and I will dump the shot and just post the link

Fender Hot Rod Delux

John M


   
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(@gnease)
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Joined: 20 years ago
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And how does the Carvin sound as compared to the Ibanez?

-=tension & release=-


   
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(@undercat)
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Sorry to disappoint...that reads trans wine, wish it was white, but the wine is sawwwweeeet!

Whoops, oh well, any excuse to see a beautiful guitar... :lol:

Do something you love and you'll never work a day in your life...


   
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(@ignar-hillstrom)
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Joined: 21 years ago
Posts: 5349
 

Hot darn, that Carvin guitar looks stunning! :shock:


   
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 300m
(@300m)
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gnease, I like the tone of the Carvin much better. I was playing both last night. Both are mahongany bodies with through necks and humbuckers. Carvin as a 5 piece maple walnut through neck. I like the Carvin much better than the Ibanez, there is a quality difference between them. The Carvin is cleaner sounding, not a muddy and the I like the tone much better.

Argen, Thanks. The top is 1/2" (1.27 cm) of flamed KOA on a mahogany body

John M


   
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(@mark-taylor)
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John M, How is the SZ? I almost bought one of those once. The salesman only let me play it through a big stack that was set very bright and I felt like it had no bottom end. How is yours?

Mark.

You can ride a Yamaha, or play a Yamaha, it is up to you.


   
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(@gnease)
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gnease, I like the tone of the Carvin much better. I was playing both last night. Both are mahongany bodies with through necks and humbuckers. Carvin as a 5 piece maple walnut through neck. I like the Carvin much better than the Ibanez, there is a quality difference between them. The Carvin is cleaner sounding, not a muddy and the I like the tone much better.

Thanks -- I asked because they seem very similar in design, though from different price tiers. Good to hear you got your money's worth in the Carvin.

-=tension & release=-


   
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(@mr-mervyn)
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Joined: 20 years ago
Posts: 23
 

Washburn Strat copy
Smokey cigarette pack amp
Half of a '74 Quad Reverb
and I have a jazzmaster on the way, its a girl.

Cheers.

Better shred than dead.


   
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(@yoyo286)
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^Sweet! Smokey Amps rule! They can drive a 4x12 cab, and ZZ Top bought 100 of the little buggers! 8)

Stairway to Freebird!


   
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(@dagwood)
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Posts: 1024
 

Revised List o Stuff

Epi LP Custom Special, Cherry Sunburst
LTD F-100
Oscar Schmidt Hollow OE130 Black (I put Flat wounds on her)
Samick Parlour TT-16 Acoustic
Fender DG 24 Acoustic

Kustom D16
Line Six Spidey2 II 1-12 (SOLD)
HotRod Deluxe (this thing is the JUICE)

BOSS BD1 Pedal

V-Amp2
Digitech RP 100 (Sold this)

And a stack of books a mile high.

Research is what I'm doing when I don't know what I'm doing. - Wernher Von Braun (1912-1977)


   
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