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Badger
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Post by Badger » Fri Jun 16, 2006 6:57 pm

I love guitars!

Guitars so far include...

Simon and Patrick SP6.
Epiphone Les Paul Standard - Translucent Blue.
Fender Telecaster 52 RI.
Gibson SG 61 reissue.

Amps...

Marshall 1959s 100w (1988 reissue) + (yellow jackets)
Bluetone Pro 30m
Roland Cube 30

Cab = Marshall 1960bx.

On order...

Tokai LS 150 - Dark Heritage Cherry (I hope!!!).

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Post by Ozeshin » Sat Jun 17, 2006 4:38 am

Gibson Les Paul reissue
Tokai LS?? Love Rock (flame top cherry s'burst)
Squier Strat
Gibson Flying V(owned by Michael Shencker...half black/half white..Bill Lawrence pickups...gibson fine tuner bridge..Schaller machine heads and sounds like ^&*(..!!!)
Peavey Predator EXP(dual h'buckers...Floyd rose)

AMPS:
Marshall MGdfx50
4x12 Celestion angled Quad
B.C.Rich Devestator 15 watt

EFFECTS:
Zoom G2 multi effects unit
Tube screamer TS9 original not a reissue
Seymour Duncan pickup booster

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Post by bruceboomstick » Sat Jun 17, 2006 7:51 am

05 Tokai Love Rock LS70F - Heritage Dark Cherry S/Burst
04 Fender MIM Standard Strat - Black/Maple
81 Fender Strat - International Colors Maui Blue/Maple
97 Epiphone SG400 - Cherry
?? Squier Strat - Project Guitar - Sunburst/Rwood
Poss 99 Crafter G450(?) Electo/Bowl back accoustic - blue
Ibanez SA160QM In Amber
Ibanez RG2570e Prestige in Vital Silver
Tanglewood TH501 Semi (very cheap, very cheerful, lot of fun)

Yamaha RBX170 Bass - Met Red

Marshall AVT 50
Laney HCM65 Hardcore Bass
Park 10 watt practice thing.

Boss ME50 MultiFX
Original Shape Marshall Guv'nor
Danelectro Milk Shake Chorus

Any Picks that are thick and have a cool picture on them
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Post by detroitace » Sat Jun 17, 2006 12:13 pm

My collection consists of the following:

1963 Gibson SG "Les Paul" Junior (my first guitar, now fetching a pretty penny!)
1981 Ibanez AM50 semi-hollow
1981 Greco Super Power semi-hollow
1982 Yamaha Lord Player
1987 Fender Seafoam Green Strat Plus (bought from Donna Summer's guitar player! :wink: )
1993 PRS CE24 Emerald Green flame top, wide thin neck
1997 Squier Telecaster (covered in laminated wacky pack stickers!)
2000 Johnson partsocaster
2001 Route 101 Custom Solimar w/ piezo bridge (FAAS)
2001 Diodati 59 sunburst
2001 Diodati 56 Goldtop
2002 CIJ Blueburst Thinline telecaster
2004 Hamer XT P90 goldtop
2005 Gibson SG Classic w/ dual P90s
2005 Edwards Limited Edition Aqua blue SD les paul
2005 Epiphone Wildkat Special Edition red
2006 Gibson SG Standard in Alpine white

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Post by ScottA » Sat Jun 17, 2006 1:55 pm

Guitars:

67 Gibson SG Special
75? Ibanez LP copy
82 Fender JV Strat (domestic JV body, 87 Fender Japan neck)
82 Tokai Love Rock LS100
83 Tokai Love Rock LS80
84 Tokai AST62
85 ESP MVI
89 Gibson LP Std
97 Fender AmStd Strat
00 Fender Deluxe Tele
01 Gibson R9
05 Fender MIM Robert Cray Strat
05 Hamer Studio P90 Gold Top

97 Larrivee D03

Amps

82 Fender Princeton Reverb II
97 Peavey Classic 20
04 Zinky Superfly
05 Zinky Blue Velvet

Effects

Xotic RC boost
Keeley modded TS9
Fullton Clyde wah
Boss tuner
Boss RT20 rotary simulator
Maxon AD900
Maxon CS-9 pro
Voodoo Labs Tremolo
MXR MicroAmp
MidiBuddy

Guyatone MD3
Ibanez CS505
Cry Baby wah (limited edition purple)
Danelectro Daddy-O
ToneWorks 105OD
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Post by ScottA » Sat Jun 17, 2006 2:02 pm

Darryn wrote:Does anyone find that old guitars have a nice vintage smell or have I gone too far!!! ;-))
LOL

I love the smell of my 67 SG (in the morning)!

Smells like......

Rock!!!

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Post by Badger » Sat Jun 17, 2006 3:19 pm

ScottA wrote:
Darryn wrote:Does anyone find that old guitars have a nice vintage smell or have I gone too far!!! ;-))
LOL

I love the smell of my 67 SG (in the morning)!

Smells like......

Rock!!!
All I know is that my SG smelt like a baby had puked on it when I opened the case for the first time (bought it 2nd hand).

My "vintage" tele - 98 model smells beautiful. In fact I inhale deeply every time I open the hard case and get her out.

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Post by Darryn » Sun Jun 18, 2006 5:47 am

Pleased I'm not the only one with a Guitar Fetish!! ;-)

LOL

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Post by marcusnieman » Sun Jun 18, 2006 8:08 am

Darryn wrote:Pleased I'm not the only one with a Guitar Fetish!! ;-)

LOL

Just so long as you don't start dressing them in frilly, lacy undergarments! :lol:

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Post by jawilluk » Sun Jun 18, 2006 8:36 am

Doesn't everybody do that? :oops:

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Post by andi-o » Mon Jun 19, 2006 11:59 pm

Collection? I call them tools :wink:

Updated Oct. 20068)

Guitars:

Tokai LS150 Violin Finish
Tokai LS85F Violin Finish
Edwards ELP90 LTC Vintage White
Epiphone Elitist Les Paul Standard+ Faded Cherry Burst
(all Les Pauls are equipped with H?ussel Pickups)

Thorndal Custom Strat Fiesta Red with Kinman Woodstock+ Pickups
Warmoth Strat Vintage White

Ibanez AW 40 CENT Acoustic


Amp:

Diezel VH4 Head
Marshall 400 watt 4x12" cab
TC Gmajor multieffect
Baldringer Dualdrive
Engl Midi Footswitch

Recording:

Damage Control Demonizer
Damage Control Womanizer
Behringer Vamp2
Mac G3 (with Cubase)



Andi [/b]
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Post by RedFish_Happy » Tue Jun 20, 2006 4:46 am

andi-o wrote:Collection? I call them tools :wink:
Ok... here are my tools then:

1978 Tokai LS50 Les Paul Reborn (bought from togps 2 weeks ago) - Phantastic guitar in a literally mint condition! This Lady may be "just" a LS50, but she sings!
1981 Yamaha SG2000 - all original, mint condition
1997 Squier Protone Series Strat - My workhorse, Fender CS '57/'62 Set, customized wiring, self locking machine heads, Wilkinson vintage vibrato

Some pics: http://homepage.mac.com/lars.stubbe/PhotoAlbum16.html
That's the thing about vintage gear; do you really want to beat the f*ck out of a museum piece?

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Post by QuattroSte » Tue Jun 20, 2006 9:05 am

Ah sure why not join in.

Guitars:
2005 Tokai LS200 in VF
2005 Tokai ES100 in CR
1992 Patrick Eggle Berlin Standard
Fender Strat Highway 1
Washburn WD30 acoustic
and a Parker P36 arriving this week.

Amps:
Laney LC30II
Roland Cube 30

Effects:
Vox Tonelab.
Vox Big Ben Overdrive.

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Post by Badger » Tue Jun 20, 2006 12:27 pm

QuattroSte wrote: Amps:
Laney LC30II
Roland Cube 30.
I was quite suprised at how much I liked the Roland Cube 30 - nice little amp.

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