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  • what are the names of your guitars you currently have?

    At the moment I have 4 electric guitars, one bass, and one acoustic/electric

    1994 Hamer USA Daytona - "Number One"

    1994 Peavey USA Predator - "Blondie"

    1989 Peavey USA Tracer - "Tracy"

    1991 Hamer USA Chaparral - "Killer" m/m/

    80's Peavey Patriot bass - "Big Red"

    1995 Ibanez PF10CE - "Piece of **************** Ibanez"
    Syko Holiday.com

  • #2
    Originally posted by Hamer Player
    1994 Hamer USA Daytona - "Number One"


    where have I heard that one again...its on the tip of my tongue....

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    • #3
      Ok:

      Gibson ES-333 "the gibson"
      Seagull M6 Gloss "the acoustic"

      Yeah, I know, boring.
      Workin' for the man with money in his hand.

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      • #4



        Her name is Jane.
        Canada's Radio Act requires that "a licenser may not broadcast ... any false or misleading news." The provision has kept Fox News and right-wing talk radio out of Canada...






        Originally posted by elevenyo
        tapeman1 is the koolest, most honest person here.










        Originally Posted by GZsound


        all the liberals on this forum are right and I am a complete idiot.

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        • #5
          I call them 'SG' 'Telecaster' etc.

          My wife calls them:

          Tacky (Explorer with Gold Hardware)
          Over Compensating (BC Rich Beast)
          Pointy (BC Rich Virgin)
          Baby Poo (telecaster in butterscotch)
          Borg (Ibanez Ergodyne bass made from Luthite)
          black one (Aria P Bass)


          and many others....
          Originally posted by lastcall
          Listen you tree hugging hippi. Next time a real rocker tries to sell you some gear to help you shred better you had best say, "thank you sir but we're not talented enough to shred". Then as a show of respect you should ask to see his favorite Ibanez, or ask to touch his mullet for luck. Then maybe, just maybe he'll teach you some of his shredding secrets, and you'll be on your way to being real rock stars.

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          • #6
            My guitars already had names when I bought them...

            Gibson Les Paul Classic
            Jackson SL-1
            Samick KR660AC
            Agile LP2000
            Raven RP450
            etc, etc, etc...
            "Born to Play" MP3 album at iTunes & Amazon.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Burgess
              My guitars already had names when I bought them...


              +1

              "The music business is a cruel and shallow money trench, a long plastic hallway where thieves and pimps run free, and good men die like dogs. There's also a negative side"

              - Hunter S. Thompson
              R.I.P. 1937 - 2005

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              • #8
                Strat, tele, LP, Gretsch and Bass.
                HCGB Trooper #24

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by TheDarxide

                  My wife calls them:

                  Over Compensating (BC Rich Beast)



                  Well, she oughta know.
                  Canada's Radio Act requires that "a licenser may not broadcast ... any false or misleading news." The provision has kept Fox News and right-wing talk radio out of Canada...






                  Originally posted by elevenyo
                  tapeman1 is the koolest, most honest person here.










                  Originally Posted by GZsound


                  all the liberals on this forum are right and I am a complete idiot.

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                  • #10
                    Sonia '60 Duo-Sonic
                    Brownie Tex-Mex Tele Special
                    Blondie '52 RI Telecaster
                    Seven Squier MIJ P-Bass
                    Ruby DeArmond Jet Star
                    Blue Ovation Breadwinner
                    Honey DeArmond M-72
                    Junie Les Paul Jr. Special
                    Chrissie Hamer USA Special
                    Cherie Les Paul Studio DC
                    Nell Fender Standard Jazz Bass
                    Blackie Fender Standard Stratocaster
                    Violet
                    Visit Crash Pad at:
                    http://CrashPadBand.com
                    CONSUME!:
                    http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/crashpad
                    Gear List/Pics:
                    https://sites.google.com/site/briankrashpad/

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                    • #11
                      My strat's name is Woody.
                      One day back in 1953, I married a stapler. That didn't last very long though, because I realized that your face was shaped like a door. Later in 1982, I decided buy a bed, which I stored in a shed.

                      Gear:
                      ESP LTD MH-400/Fender Highway 1 Fat Strat -> Dunlop Crybaby Wah -> Boss Metalzone -> Peavey Classic 30

                      ...and an A&L Acoustic of some sort.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Burgess
                        My guitars already had names when I bought them...


                        +2
                        The Common Sense Mets Fan

                        There is a cult of ignorance in the United States, and there always has been. The strain of anti-intellectualism has been a constant thread winding its way through our political and cultural life, nurtured by the false notion that democracy means that "my ignorance is just as good as your knowledge." - Isaac Asimov, Newsweek (21 January 1980)

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                        • #13
                          Telecaster: The Tele
                          Talman: The Talman
                          RD Custom: The Beast
                          Unknown brand 12-string electric: The 12
                          G&L L100 bass: The Bass/The G&L
                          Takamine acoustic: The Takamine

                          I don't really name my screwdrivers either.
                          Today's music scene would make Jimi Hendrix die again. Imagine if he was here to watch Lenny Kravitz emote through "Fly Away."--Gerald Casale

                          For every expert there is an equal and opposite expert.

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                          • #14
                            Agile AD-2500: "Blue Guitar"
                            Teisco Del Rey: "Old Piece of Junk"
                            Yamaha FG-400 acoustic: "Guitar"
                            No eternal reward will forgive us now for wasting the dawn.

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                            • #15
                              Let's see, of the current stable.....

                              Tanglewood Tw15NS dreadnought acoustic - Marilyn (NOT Monroe, but Whirlwind - remember Northern Exposure?)

                              US Std Strat - Jimi

                              57 Strat copy, CAR - Meg

                              Epi Lp Std - Les, or The Les... nothing else ever really stuck

                              Squier P-Bass special - Debs

                              Westone Thunder 1A.... - Fred (my slightly warped sense of humour, I'm afraid)

                              Earlier guitars were:

                              an old Kay acoustic, my first guitar, now donated to a third world charity project: Nancy (Spungen.... no doubt another guitar will bear that name in the future)

                              Marlin Loner, a sort of Jackson soloist copy, and my first electric - Sid (Vicious.... again, prob a name that will come round again...)

                              Tanglewood Odyssey Bowlback TM-07 - Marilyn (Monroe that time).
                              MOTGLHC

                              "We're the 1% that don't fit in and don't care."

                              Malcom McLaren 1977

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