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  • A partial guitar family picture

    Let's see, top row
    TC V, Czech Korina V, USA Hardtail, Chinese Evo
    Bottom Row
    '83 Bel Aire, '84 Bel Aire, USA Bel Aire, TC Z, Chinese Accoustic



    Not as easy to post pictures here as it used to be, had to resize 4 times to get the right dimensions and file size.
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    Interesting "family" I see you dig unusual shapes.
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    • #3
      All but the six that are out for playing... I was taking inventory on serial numbers for insurance proposes.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Luthier-Atlanta View Post
        All but the six that are out for playing... I was taking inventory on serial numbers for insurance proposes.

        I've been in music stores that had less iventory

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        • #5
          To the OP: Are you a Dean sponsored artist? Those are really some colorful exciting looking guitars - makes my stuff look like an old man collection which I guess kinda fits (ha ha).

          ^ Holy snikeys, I hear about some collections like that but a picture's worth a thousand words. Thx for making me feel better about my ten electrics.
          The most important thing I look for in a musician is whether he knows how to listen --Duke Ellington

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          • #6


            Here are my babies. I have two more that I need to get hangers for. Will post later when they are hung.
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            Mesa Boogie Road King II
            Carvin 2x12 cab
            Egnater Rebel 30 Combo
            Fender FSR Standard Black
            Schecter Hellraiser Black Cherry
            Ibanez RG570 Blue
            Ibanez AR200 Red Wine
            Gretsch G5120 Orange
            Hofner Shorty White
            Musket > Morley Bad Horsie > DynaComp > FullDrive 2 > BBE Green Screamer > EH POG2 > Ernie Ball Volume > Amp
            Loop EFX: Line 6 M9

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Luthier-Atlanta View Post
              All but the six that are out for playing... I was taking inventory on serial numbers for insurance proposes.

              You ever taken the wrong case to a gig?
              Less is more

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              • #8
                Originally posted by gardo View Post

                I've been in music stores that had less iventory
                I sell a guitar or two to a friends music store, and my collection I have more then his in electrics. He beats me hands down on the acoustics though.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by wankdeplank View Post
                  To the OP: Are you a Dean sponsored artist? Those are really some colorful exciting looking guitars - makes my stuff look like an old man collection which I guess kinda fits (ha ha).

                  ^ Holy snikeys, I hear about some collections like that but a picture's worth a thousand words. Thx for making me feel better about my ten electrics.
                  Yeah I hear ya, I used to dog a friend of mine because he has around a 100 give or take when he is buying or selling. The girl friend used to rag me about them until I tallied up what I had into them verses what they worth.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Chordite View Post

                    You ever taken the wrong case to a gig?
                    Strangely enough no, I used to have to open a few cases before I left thou, now I have them all labeled. Year, Model, Guitar Manufacture, etc.

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                    • #11
                      Dang, that is a lot of cases!!!!

                      and wankdeplank, not a sponsored artist, just a fan of their guitars since seeing Rik Emmett and his white V when I was a young teen. I've sold off most of the Asian imports and kept the USA's and Czech models. The 2 Chinese were added at very silly low prices, good for beaters!
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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by slvrsrpnt View Post
                        Dang, that is a lot of cases!!!!

                        and wankdeplank, not a sponsored artist, just a fan of their guitars since seeing Rik Emmett and his white V when I was a young teen. I've sold off most of the Asian imports and kept the USA's and Czech models. The 2 Chinese were added at very silly low prices, good for beaters!
                        Very cool indeed. I've heard those are very fine instruments, always wanted to try one but never given the opportunity. Talking of course about the USA / Czech stuff. Most Budget imports don't interest me much, but there is always the rare exception.

                        L-A wrote: Yeah I hear ya, I used to dog a friend of mine because he has around a 100 give or take when he is buying or selling. The girl friend used to rag me about them until I tallied up what I had into them verses what they worth.

                        It's all good. People collect things that they love, nothing wrong with that. I've got a few that are worth some coin and some not. My problem is, I have a heckuva hard time selling anything that I still enjoy, and I enjoy some of the cheapies (not cheap crap more like sleepers) as much as the valuable stuff. I probably need to work up a spread sheet cause otherwise my wife's liable to give them all away for pennies in a yard sale when I croak.
                        Last edited by wankdeplank; 08-19-2014, 10:55 PM.
                        The most important thing I look for in a musician is whether he knows how to listen --Duke Ellington

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                        • #13
                          Here's a couple old clunkers I have laying around (1960 and 1956)



                          Here are some more:



                          Usually I just throw them in a pile on the floor:

                          Last edited by BG76; 08-21-2014, 08:12 AM.

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                          • #14
                            I was gonna ask the same question about being a Dean artist!

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                            • #15
                              Write something...
                              Last edited by AlamoJoe; 08-21-2014, 10:03 PM. Reason: Is that an old Danelectro up there in the upper right??
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