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  • #31
    Here's a few more photos while I've got the camera out.















    Hopefully some audio coming tomorrow.
    Ernie Ball Musicman John Petrucci Koa BFR
    Gibson Midtown Standard P90
    Various custom builds
    Mesa Boogie Dual Recti Tremoverb half stack

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    • #32






      Quote Originally Posted by adastra87
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      Hah! Not into that graphic except on the Ibanez 90th anniversary. I've played that one actually and personally i think Johns EBMM is much better. The only problem is I'm scared to put a ding on it by taking it to rehearsals or shows...might just have to end up being a studio only axe!




      I've got a few nicks in my Steve Morse Y2D, I literally have no idea how they got there. I'd just look at it on the stand and boom, apparently I messed up somehow. Knock on wood, I don't remember that happening from when I played it out live. Anyways, I would take it out in your shoes. A few small nicks never hurt anybody, plus that's what a guitar is for IMO and it gives them a bit of character.
      Originally Posted by Hopeless


      I wouldn't recommend them for metal, but then I also wouldn't recommend playing metal.









      Originally Posted by Django Sentenza


      When you've founded an entire branch of science dedicated to quantifying taste, get back to me.

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      • #33






        Quote Originally Posted by LesPaulFetish
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        I've got a few nicks in my Steve Morse Y2D, I literally have no idea how they got there. I'd just look at it on the stand and boom, apparently I messed up somehow. Knock on wood, I don't remember that happening from when I played it out live. Anyways, I would take it out in your shoes. A few small nicks never hurt anybody, plus that's what a guitar is for IMO and it gives them a bit of character.




        I hear you but for me personally, there are some guitars that are "drag to the studio, rehearsals, etc" guitars and ones that you don't do that with. This one is kind of more of a playable work of art, lol.
        Ernie Ball Musicman John Petrucci Koa BFR
        Gibson Midtown Standard P90
        Various custom builds
        Mesa Boogie Dual Recti Tremoverb half stack

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        • #34






          Quote Originally Posted by adastra87
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          I hear you but for me personally, there are some guitars that are "drag to the studio, rehearsals, etc" guitars and ones that you don't do that with. This one is kind of more of a playable work of art, lol.




          Fair enough. I think I need a bigger collection (and a studio) so that I have that option, haha.
          Originally Posted by Hopeless


          I wouldn't recommend them for metal, but then I also wouldn't recommend playing metal.









          Originally Posted by Django Sentenza


          When you've founded an entire branch of science dedicated to quantifying taste, get back to me.

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          • #35






            Quote Originally Posted by LesPaulFetish
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            Fair enough. I think I need a bigger collection (and a studio) so that I have that option, haha.




            Haha. I just have my "studio workhorses", and then my "recording" guitars. sometimes they overlap but not always.
            Ernie Ball Musicman John Petrucci Koa BFR
            Gibson Midtown Standard P90
            Various custom builds
            Mesa Boogie Dual Recti Tremoverb half stack

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            • #36
              Beauty!

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              • #37
                That's a gem!!!
                Besides being a guitar player,
                I'm a big fan of the guitar.
                I love that damn instrument.
                -Steve Vai

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                • #38






                  Quote Originally Posted by Floyd Rosenbomb
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                  That's a gem!!!




                  It's a Musicman actually!
                  Ernie Ball Musicman John Petrucci Koa BFR
                  Gibson Midtown Standard P90
                  Various custom builds
                  Mesa Boogie Dual Recti Tremoverb half stack

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                  • #39
                    That is some of the best looking wood I

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                    • #40






                      Quote Originally Posted by jpnyc
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                      That is some of the best looking wood I
                      Ernie Ball Musicman John Petrucci Koa BFR
                      Gibson Midtown Standard P90
                      Various custom builds
                      Mesa Boogie Dual Recti Tremoverb half stack

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                      • #41






                        Quote Originally Posted by jpnyc
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                        That is some of the best looking wood I
                        Ernie Ball Musicman John Petrucci Koa BFR
                        Gibson Midtown Standard P90
                        Various custom builds
                        Mesa Boogie Dual Recti Tremoverb half stack

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                        • #42
                          Very well played, sir.
                          Geezer Brigade Member #350

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                          • #43
                            Very nice guitar



                            Koa is such a beautiful wood; I have a koa top Anderson myself.

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                            • #44
                              member: MAZI BEE MILITIA




                              Originally Posted by guitarkid
                              is this serious or him being an ****************************?

                              Originally Posted by Alchemist
                              go easy on him, he might just bust out his move
                              I'm assuming thats when he goes into the fetal position, sticks his thumb up his ass, and cries until you leave him alone

                              Originally Posted by Rhone
                              A lot of time and effort has gone in to 'updating' this site just so that one dude can upload his Nam video from his motel room

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                              • #45






                                Quote Originally Posted by Puppetyr
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                                Very nice guitar



                                Koa is such a beautiful wood; I have a koa top Anderson myself.




                                thanks! I dig Tom's guitars too, very well made instruments.
                                Ernie Ball Musicman John Petrucci Koa BFR
                                Gibson Midtown Standard P90
                                Various custom builds
                                Mesa Boogie Dual Recti Tremoverb half stack

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