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    Here's mine. New 2001 Squier Standard Series HH Strat. I was 39 at the time. I decided to try bass for a while back in 2003 and sold all my 6 strings. Duh.

    I one day hope to be the man my dog thinks I am.WORDS OF WISDOM FROM VARIOUS MEMBERS"most often the guitar will rise or fall to the level of the player""people overthink ****************""Sometimes you gotta know when to shut the **************** up and have a little class. Not you, you're special.""If it sounds good to you then it sounds good"The bull**************** and myths in the guitar world are stacked very high.

  • #2
    Blackstone. Wish I had it now.
    LIVESTRONGwww.bandmix.com/kevman/Hey what happened? I had 5000+ posts here.

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    • #3
      The 1989 MIK Candy Apple Red Squier Strat in the middle:



      Bought it new and still have it.

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      • #4
        First electric was an early '80s Washburn Raven.
        President and CEO of The Foundation Of Right
        Also President and CEO of The Foundation Of Wrong






        Originally Posted by StankNasty


        the dream isn't in your parents' basement

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        • #5
          Looked like this,

          HCGB #77

          Member,
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          Rickenbacker Squadron
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          Epiphone Empire


          "I learned a long time ago that one note can go a long way if it's the right one, and it will probably whip the guy with 20 notes." - Les Paul, 2002

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          • #6
            My first electric was a hand-me-down that was exactly like this:



            The first guitar that was bought for me was a Japanese Fender in 1984 (though I couldn't swear to the year of the guitar) that was pearl white, H/S/S, rear routed, black headstock and had a 5 way switch rather than three mini toggles. I've looked around for pics of one exactly like mine and have not been successful but something like a hybrid of these two:



            Originally Posted by Doctor Morbius:

            "When it comes to gear vs talent I'll be the first to admit that I sit in the Mayor's seat in Poserville."

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            • #7
              Looked like this,



              HOLY SHAT!!!! that's the exact same guitar I cut my teeth on back in, oh...mmmm...'68-ish. The neck got broken in a change of residence, and I pitched it in the trash - this was pre-internet/eBay days, had I known I'd be able to easily score a replacement neck, I would've kept her. I loved that thing. At the time, I thought it was a pos because it wasn't a Gibson or Fender, but it played amazingly....now that I know better, it was really a pretty decent instrument, especially for a 10 year old kid

              So, yup ... that ol' Harmony H15 Bobkat was my first as well
              Originally Posted by book_of_lies777


              .......... if you practice the wrong things, you can get real good at not being very good.









              Originally Posted by aenemated


              I question many things about a person that does not love the Ramones.

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              • #8
                Some kinda bolt-on SG copy...
                "Scalloped & Stickered"
                A Colled One & A Rold One!
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                Epi,Hamer,Squier,70's Hdstk Thingies,both MB/M's

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                • #9
                  a red Memphis strat copy. Cheap POS.
                  Current gear:
                  A whole bunch of stuff!

                  Hear me play at my Soundclick music page. Here.

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                  • #10
                    The Pacifica 112j on the left. Still have it- I use it for alternate tunings since they're a PITA with the Floyd on my 921.

                    Former gold medal winner, "Least Equipment on HCEG Forums"

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                    • #11
                      I have it's righty twin:



                      1978 Strat. It was everything I didn't want in a guitar at the time. 21 frets, no humbuckers, and no locking tremolo, but it was the only thing my dad would help me out buying. I'm very glad he is a stubborn man. I know a lot of 70's Strats play and sound "dead", but this one is amazing.
                      Originally Posted by blackpig

                      Wood my arse. Everybody knows that Teles are made from sweat, balls, dirt, old motorcycles and steel. Hard steel.

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                      • #12
                        A "Striker by Kramer 100ST"
                        Poor excuse for a guitar. My next 2 guitars were real Kramers which were much nicer instruments.

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                        • #13


                          Originally Posted by OverDriven


                          That is probably the single most ****************ed up thing I've ever seen posted on HCAF. Congrats.



                          Good deals with: jnepo1

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                          • #14
                            It was some kind of no-name sunburst semi-hollow, real cheap, with a tremolo that worked alright but made an excruciating creaking noise when used. Fed back like a bastard. VERY microphonic pickups - you could shout into 'em and have your voice come out of the amp distorted and really loud.

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                            • #15


                              A few guitars later...

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                              Yamaholic --- PpP --- Old geezer with a grey beard

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