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  • #31


    I actually got 3 Epiphone LP's for that tin bucket was a cool guitar oh well, love my Epiphone guitars

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    • #32
      only "Agile: guitar I've ever played , was a wicked thing, blues slide open D, G unreal, actually yep , I miss that one
      Last edited by crustoleum; 09-16-2017, 01:18 PM.

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      • #33
        very nice instruments in this post , thanks all...easy come...
        Last edited by crustoleum; 09-16-2017, 01:39 PM.

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        • #34
          I traded those 3 for "Goldie" which I still have...never say never...but , never



          that's my daughter in laws male northern Australian blue tongue Skink , worlds largest species of Skink lizard . She raised it from an egg runs a pet store among other things, docile, eats chicken, probably tastes the same , haven't tried it yet.15 years old, can live for 50 fun pet


          gold top Epiphone Riviera P93 my #3 today love this thing

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          • #35
            Originally posted by mistersully View Post
            ... early 80s MIJ Ibanez AS50... super 58 pickups.... fantastic guitar

            I had one of those. I agree it is a fantastic guitar.

            I traded mine even for a '68 ES-335 which I have had for 30 years.
            As a human being, you come with the whole range of inner possibilities
            from the deepest hell to the highest states.

            It is up to you which one you choose to explore
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            • mistersully
              mistersully commented
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              well i didn't do nearly as well as you when i parted with mine

            • onelife
              onelife commented
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              I really liked my AS50 and used it on the road for a couple of years. It has a nice unamplified tone and feel which made it ideal fo sitting around in motel rooms watching TV.

              I played it through a Master Volume Twin Reverb with an A/B box to switch the channels on the amp - a versatile rig.

              No regrets tho - I really like the 335.

            • mistersully
              mistersully commented
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              mine was honestly perfect... just a flawless instrument... if one ever crosses my path again, i'll jump on it

          • #36
            One of my first electrics was a Mansfield goldtop copy that I got while I was in high school. I liked the guitar a lot but was hung up on getiing a 'real' Gibson. When I was in college I got a summer job and the guy at the local music store convinced me to buy a Gibson SG III which was a very low end guitar but it had the Gibson logo on the headstock.

            I sold the goldtop to buy the Gibson which was actually a step backwards. Within six months I dumped the SG and began a lifelong relationship with the Fender Stratocaster.

            The regret I felt was compounded when I found out the Mansfield goldtop was a rebranded Ibanez from the so-called 'lawsuit' era. I leared a lot of songs and developed a big part of my style on that guitar - which is something I can't say about the real Gibson that replaced it.
            As a human being, you come with the whole range of inner possibilities
            from the deepest hell to the highest states.

            It is up to you which one you choose to explore
            .

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            • crustoleum
              crustoleum commented
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              in 1964 my friend , directly across the street a few years older than myself , obtained a 63 64 sunbursrt stratocaster and twin reverb. I believe that was the first electric guitar I ever played . He was in a jug band ad liked the Fugs lol I have no idea where he or is "gear" is now . He also had a wah , basically when they first were available and a fuzz thing. Those were the days. I do like my strats ...Stratocasters I dislike that word , love the instrument but dislike typing it out even more
              Last edited by crustoleum; 09-25-2017, 12:39 PM.

          • #37
            It would have to be my Peavy T-60 (1981?).

            A. because it was the first electric guitar I ever owned.
            And B. in hindsight it actually had a great tone and playability. I only traded it as part of a Les Paul "upgrade". The Les Paul was awesome but I should have paid the extra $100 and kept the Peavy as a second guitar and for when I wanted a different sound.

            The other guitar I regret getting rid of was the Les Paul . It was the 80s, Charvels and Jacksons were king. Oh to be young and stupid again .

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            • #38
              My old 1960's Fender Mustang. Doubt it would see much or any playing time, but nostalgic and would have liked to give it to my daughter.

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              • #39
                There are two. I wish I had hung on to my '65 ES335 12-string. Not a terribly practical guitar, but boy it sounded cool. I sold it to fund a nice drum set, as I was playing more drums than not. Also, my first decent guitar was an 80's Kramer Pacer Special. Floyded guitars are not my bag anymore, but it was a hot rod of a guitar, and would be neat to still own and play now and again.

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                • #40


                  Ah . . . the best partscaster I ever put together . . . I'm an SG man now . . . But you never know, I might put together another one like this.
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                  • #41
                    Every single one I've ever sold! Jackson Dinky Reverse Pro, Ibanez RG1570, Kramer FR424, multiple MIM Strats... Don't get me started on amps and pedals...
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