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This is a thread someone started at another forum and I thought it would be fun to do here too. Right now I only own a couple of guitars but these are all the guitars I have owned in my life except for a couple of guitar I had when I was a kid.You can see photos of all the guitars listed below at this thread here

 

2012 Epiphone Special II with P-90s

 

2000 Epiphone Basher Heritage Cherry Sunburst

 

2001 Epiphone Slasher with Metallic Light Blue finish

 

2010 Epiphone Les Paul Special SC

 

2000 Epiphone Ace Frehley Les Paul Custom

 

2003 Epiphone Les Paul Standard(fake)

 

1965 Epiphone Wilshire

 

1967 Epiphone Olympic Double

 

Epiphone Cretstwood ET-290N

 

Epiphone Les Paul junior

 

Epiphone Sheraton II

 

1966 Epiphone Granada

 

Epiphone Casino Cherry Red

 

Epiphone SG Special

 

Epiphone Model 301 SG

 

2011 Gibson Les Paul 59 Reissue Heritage Cherry Sunburst

 

2014 Gibson Les Paul Melody Maker Satin Yellow

 

2014 Gibson Les Paul Melody Maker Satin Yellow(number 2)

 

2012 Gibson Les Paul Special Junior Satin Yellow

 

2012 Gibson Les Paul Standard Trans Amber

 

1980 Gibson LP Firebrand

 

1981 Gibson Les Paul Custom Cherry Sunburst with chrome hardware

 

2006 Gibson Les Paul Junior B.J.A.

 

1998 Gibson Fire Engine Red Les Paul Special

 

2007 Gibson Les Paul Deluxe Goldtop

 

1996 Gibson Les Paul Standard 1959 Reissue

 

2011 Gibson Les Paul Special Heritage Cherry Gloss

 

Gibson Les Paul Junior Humbucker with coil split Yellow

 

2000 Gibson Goldtop 57 reissue

 

2004 Gibson Les Paul Standard "Iced Tea"

 

1994 Gibson Goldtop 57 reissue painted by Tom Murphy

 

2010 Gibson Les Paul Jr Special Exclusive

 

2010 Les Paul Studio 50's Tribute Goldtop

 

2004 Les Paul Studio Limited Color from "Don't Stop The Rock"

Benefit auction J Mascis and Allison Anders

 

1998 Gibson Les Paul Standard with Gold Hardware

 

2008 Gibson Les Paul Vintage Mahogany Faded Cherry

 

1973 Gibson Les Paul Deluxe

 

2005 Gibson Les Paul Custom

 

2009 Gibson Les Paul Junior Faded Cherry

 

1981 Gibson Les Paul Custom Gold Burst

 

2000 Gibson Les Paul Classic Cinnamon Burst

 

Gibson Les Paul Classic Cherry Sunburst

 

Gibson Les Paul Standard Ebony

 

Gibson Les Paul Studio Heritage Cherry Gloss

 

Hot Rodded Samick LPC with witch hats

 

Sky Les Paul Copy

 

Harley Benton TE-70(Prince Tele)

 

1981 Series 10 guitar(Rickenbacker 350)

 

Bently Telecaster copy White

 

1970 Harmony H-76

 

Warbler Flying V

 

No-name Flame Maple SG3 with "Bigsby"

 

Chandler Telecaster Cherryburst with Bigsby

 

Gibson Moderne replica by Glenn Miller

 

CCI Mediums Tonemaster owned by Charlyne Yi

 

Alden Shelltop LP

 

Tonika(USSR)

 

Kustom K200A

 

1962 Supro Model 1540 Bermuda(Resoglass version).

 

Oscar Schmidt OE30 Blues

 

Fakenbacker 330 Black

 

2006 Ampeg Dan Armstrong reissue

 

CONN CSE-4V LP Cherry Red

 

1978 "A" Les Paul Custom copy

 

Greco EG-600AF 3-pickup LP Cherryburst

 

Ibanez 2350 Black Beauty

 

1966 Teisco K-3L Three tone Sunburst

 

1973 El Degas Telecaster Vintage White

 

1977 Ibanez 2342IV Deluxe 59er "Sunlight Special"

 

Tokai TTE70 Breezy Sound Paisley Telecaster

 

1968 Avalon AV-2T Shaggs Guitar

 

Zen-On ZES 1400SD made by Guyatone

 

Fernandes RG-80 Rickenbacker 350 with Figsby

 

Maya ES-175D Gibson ES-175

 

Melody JB-4 Teisco Melody maker DC

 

Teisco Del Ray Melody Maker DC

 

Hondo II Lyre Mando Guitar(31 Frets) with single HB and built in Pre amp Gold

 

Westone Bendmaster Yellow

 

1967 Decca(Teisco) DC 2 Pickup chrome pickguard and white push buttons

 

Pignose Strat copy

 

Fernandes RST-40 The Revival Strat Burgundy Metallic

 

Purple J.Reynolds Stratocaster Copy

 

Ventura Strat Natural

 

Fernandes LE-2 G Strat Gold

 

J. Reynolds Vintage White strat

 

J. Reynolds Antique Sunburst Strat

 

2006 Fender Custom Shop '51 Nocaster Coral Pink Super Relic

 

2012 Fender FSR Butterscotch Blonde Telecaster with Flipped Controls

 

2004 Vintage White American Telecaster

 

2011 Natural Ash American Standard Telecaster

 

2002 Butterscotch Blonde Fender '52 Telecaster AVRI

 

1974 Three Tone Sunburst Fender Telecaster Custom

 

2001 Butterscotch Blonde American Fender Deluxe Ash Telecaster

 

2011 Copperburst Fender FSR Standard Telecaster

 

1995 Midnite Wine Fender Standard Telecaster

 

2004 Natural Mahogany Fender 69 Thinline RI

 

2004 Arctic White Fender Standard Telecaster

 

2009 Two Tone Sunburst Fender Roadworn Telecaster

 

2009 Blonde Fender Roadworn Telecaster

 

2000 Candy Apple Red American Fat Telecaster

 

2003 Fender Shell Pink 72 Thinline Telecaster

 

Squier Series 24 S-73 in Wine Red Metallic

 

2013 Squier Affinity Strat Shell Pink

 

1987 Squier Bullet made in Korea

 

Squier JV Oly White Stratocaster

 

2008 "Pink" Squier Bullet Straocaster w original Squier hardshell case

 

1999 Black Squier Affinity Telecaster

 

2005 Blonde Squier '51

 

2004 Blonde 'Squier '51

 

Squier Vintage White Standard Telecaster

 

Squier Butterscotch Blonde Affinity Telecaster

 

Squire Sunburst Bullet Strat

 

Squire Blue Affinity Strat in original Squire hardshell(plastic!)case

 

De Armond by Guild M-75T

 

1966 Guild Starfire V

 

1994 Guild Brian May Signature

 

Westerberg's 1984 Rickenbacker 620/12

 

1973 Mustang Formerly owned by Carson Vester AKA "Whitey Westlake" of Honky

 

Mitch Easter's Gretch White Penguin

 

Mitch Easter's 1968 Rickenbacker 365

 

First Act 222 White

 

First Act Adam Levine Designer Series Black

 

Starcaster by Fender Strat

 

2013 Fender FSR American Standard Stratocaster with Shell Pink Finish

 

2013 Fender FSR American Standard Stratocaster Shell Pink(Number 2)

 

Fender Custom Shop 56 Relic with Shell Pink Finish,gold anodized aluminum pickguard and gold hardware

 

2002 Fender Powerhouse Stratocaster Graffiti Yellow

 

2003 Shell Pink 60s Classic Stratocaster

 

2001 Sky Blue American Series Stratocaster

 

2001 Wine Red Standard Stratocaster

 

1974 Three Tone Suburst Stratocaster

 

2003 Teal Blue Highway 1 Stratocaster

 

2006 Three Tone Sunburst American Standard Hardtail Strat

 

2002 Blue Floral Stratocaster

 

1987 Olympic White American Standard

 

1995 Surf Green American Standard

 

2006 American Standard 3 Tone Sunburst

 

2008 Oly White American Standard with anodized gold pickguard

 

Shell Pink Custom Shop Stratocaster with matching headstock

 

1995 Black Fender Duo-Sonic

 

Graffiti Yellow Fender Cyclone

 

1965 Fender Mustang Red

 

1989 Fender Heartfield R9 Sparkle Yellow

 

2012 Fender Kurt Cobain Mustang Lake Placid Blue

 

1981 Fender Bullet S-2(USA) Red

 

1969 Fender Candy Apple(over gold) Swinger

 

1956 Desert Sand Fender Duo-Sonic

 

1973 Red Fender Bronco

 

Fender Lead II Black

 

Caramel Metallic Cyclone

 

1993 Oly White Duo-Sonic

 

Gibson S-1 Brown

 

2003 Gibson Les Paul Melody Maker Cherry Red

 

1984 Gibson Challenger III Brown

 

1965 Melody Maker Cardinal Red DC

 

2006 Red Metallic Gibson Firebird VII

 

1998 Gibson Blueshawk Black

 

1996 Rickenbacker 325v59 Ebonyglo

 

1988 Rickenbacker 230 Red

 

1973 Rickenbacker 480

 

2006 Rickenbacker 330 with a custom Red Sparkle Finish with Faux Binding done by Mark Johnson owner of MJ Guitars

 

Rickenbacker 325c58 Ebonyglo

 

Rickenbacker 325c64 Ebonyglo

 

2005 Rickenbacker 330 Ebonyglo

 

2007 Rickenbacker 330 Ebonyglo

 

2009 Rickenbacker 360 Ebonyglo

 

Rickenbacker 360v64 Ebonyglo

 

Rickenbacker 650A Atlantis

 

Rickenbacker 330 Mapleglo

 

Rickenbacker 620 Fireglo

 

Rickenbacker 320 Fireglo

 

Rickenbacker Rose Morris 1997 Fireglo

 

Rickenbacker 325v63 Ebonyglo

 

Rickenbacker 350v63 Ebonyglo

 

Rickenbacker 330/12 Fireglo

 

1991 Rickenbacker 350 Liverpool White with Black Trim

 

2004 Rickenbacker 340VT Fireglo

 

1972 Electro ES-17 Fireglo

 

2005 Rickenbacker 360 12-String MG

 

2006 Gibson Faded SG

 

Gibson 50th Anniversary Pete Townshend SG

 

1991 Gibson SG Junior Black

 

1987 Gibson SG Custom White

 

Gibson SG Special Heritage Cherry

 

Gibson SG Standard Black

 

Gibson SG Classic Heritage Cherry

 

Gibson SG 61 Reissue Heritage Cherry

 

1966 Kay Galaxie II

 

1968 Truetone made by Valco with Kay parts(factory "floor sweeper model")

 

Red Western Auto Truetone made by Kay circa 1965

 

1964 Silvertone 1448 amp in case

 

1965 Silvertone 1448 amp in case

 

1964 Silvertone 1413L Robin's Egg Blue

 

Danelectro 12-String Sparkle Blue

 

Danelectro 56-U2 Copperburst

 

1962 Silvertone 1423 made by Harmony

 

Danelectro DC 59 Commie Red

 

Danelectro Pro Gold

 

1963 Danelectro Pro-1

 

1959 Silvertone 1304(Danelectro)

 

Purple Sparkle 2010 Fender J.Mascis Jazzmaster CIJ

 

1963 Jazzmaster Shoreline Gold Metallic customized with 1979 Bill Lawrence L-500L and L-500R pickups

 

2009 Fender AVRI Jazmaster Olympic White

 

1995 PRS McCarty

 

PRS Satin Soapbar

 

Hofner 4578 VTZ with built-in fuzz and treble boost

 

1964 Hofner Senator E1

 

Peavey Patriot Black

 

1982 Peavey T-25 Natural

 

Johnny Ramone Forever Mosrite Blue Sparkle

 

Mosrite Of Century Black

 

1964 VOX Ace Powder Blue

 

1965 VOX Mark XII Teardrop Sunburst

 

Gretsch BST 1000

 

Agile Valkyrie

 

SX Junior Special Yellow

 

Agile LP-2500 Goldtop

 

Flight Of The Concords Bass Made in Ordjonikidze, USSR

 

Art&Lutherie Ami Cedar Blue Parlor Guitar

 

Ephiphone Les Paul Special I P-90

 

Raven GE6-18 MIJ Telecaster copy

 

2014 Gibson SG Standard 24 fret AMS Limited Edition

 

Orange Amplification Les Paul Special copy with Orange finish

 

2012 Gibson Les Paul 50s Tribute Goldtop with Humbuckers

 

Agile LP-2500 Cherry Sunburst

 

Silvertone 1478

 

Rex(Kay K141)

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Wow. I certainly can't do it off the top of my head. I've had over sixty guitars, and only own six or seven right now. I have a Word Document that lists them all in order and year I bought them, though.

 

Out of all of them, I only miss three, but still believe my problems with them were sufficient reason to be rid of them.

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I can't begin to list the guitars I HAVE, much less the ones I had in the past!

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I'm going to assume this is all guitars and not just all electrics, since I'm primarily an acoustic player. It won't be anywhere near as impressive as your list:

No-name Montgomery Ward $19.99 first acoustic guitar (still have)

Ensenada acoustic

Alvarez 5020 acoustic

Sakura S-12-9 12-string acoustic (still have)

Alvarez cheap classical

Alvarez RD10 beater acoustic, used to experiment with alternate tunings (still have)

Ibanez AW120 acoustic (still have)

Epi A10 acoustic (daughter's guitar, left behind when she moved out, still have)

Jay Turser Jay Jr. beater acoustic (still have)

Fernandes Strat copy

Schecter Gryphon (still have)

Cheap no-name 5-string banjo (still have)

Alvarez "Villain" bass (still have)

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I can't remember the 40 I have much rather the 200 + I have owned.

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Wow.

 

Wonder if I can remember mine? As near chronologically as I can manage:

 

Eko small body acoustic

Partscaster from Tiesco/British crap neck & plywood body

Columbus Les Paul

Shaftesbury 12 string

Dynelectron Guitarlin (Danelectro copy)*

Avon EB0 type

Aria Acoustic

El Maya neckthrough

Suzuki acoustic*

Fender MIJ Strat*

Washburn A20V*

Satellite Les Paul

Heritage H150CM

Fender MIM Strat*

Godin Radiator

First Act sheena

Godin SD

AXL Tele copy

Gibson Flying V

Dean Baby V

Washburn A15V

Godin xtSA*

JJ Goldtop special*

Johnny Brook J type*

Ryder P type*

Tokai Love Rock*

Yamaha 5 string fretless bass*

Washburn Yamaki Hawk*

Tanglewood folk-size acoustic*

First Act Sheena*

 

That's 30, which is more than I expected, * indicates the ones I still have.

 

Some, like the Dean baby V and AXL Tele were much better that expected. Some, like the Godin SD and Heritage, were less good than hoped. The El Maya was a much better guitar than I realised at the time, but unfortunately had to sell it in a time of need.

 

 

 

 

 

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I've been playing since the early 70's & can still pretty much remember what I've owned (don't have GAS as extreme as some);

 

1974 Yamaha FG-110 Acoustic (Still have)

1977 Ibanez Les Paul Copy (Sold)

1996 Squier Strat (Still have)

2003 Alvarez RD-8C Acoustic (Sold)

2005 Ibanez Artcore AF-75 (Still Have)

2006 Epiphone Les Paul (Sold)

2007 Fender Highway One Telecaster (Sold)

2008 Fender American Standard Strat (Sold)

2000's Squier Bronco Bass (Still have)

2010's Squier Vintage Modified Jaguar (Sold)

2012 Fender Blacktop Jaguar (Still have)

2010's Epiphone ES-339 (Still have)

2010's Danelectro 12 String (Still have)

2010's Yamaha FSX-700sc Acoustic (Still have)

2010's Gretsch G9320 Mandolin (Still have)

Early 1900's Vega Cylinder back Mandolin (Sold)

 

Out of the stuff I still own, If my house catches on fire, I would grab the Jaguar & The ES-339.

 

Of all the stuff I've sold, the only item I wish I could have back was the Vega mandolin. It looked very similar to this;

 

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Mine had a large crack down the side of the body that I thought was beyond repair (The prior owner had the mandolin in an attic for 25 years in a paper bag- not the most inviting way to store a vintage instrument).

 

Even with the crack in the body the mandolin sounded beautiful, but I thought one day it would split in two, so I decided to sell it on Ebay. Got around $950 for it after Ebay fees. In retrospect though, it was probably repairable & I would have had a mando worth many times more than what I ultimately sold it for (The one pictured above is currently listed for $3,500 on Reverb).

 

Oh well...

 

 

 

 

 

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I wish I could remember each and every one, but I'm afraid trying to name them all would be an exercise in futility for me. :0

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1 is all you need if you buy the right one first. A friend bought a used Telecaster when we were in high school in the early 70's. He's still playing it. Sure it's had work done to it and the finish is worn but that's his guitar and he plays it quite well

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The first solid body electric guitar I bought was a Sears Silvertone that I've talked about here. I think the first guitar I had was a classical guitar that I traded for a steel string flattop acoustic. This was in 1972, when I started buying chord books and strumming along to albums.

 

In about '78, I got another steel string flattop acoustic, but it wasn't long before I sold that guitar and bought a Sears Strat-type guitar for about $75.

 

I played the Sears Strat-type for awhile and then I sold that in the early '80s.

 

Then I played a Hondo classical that my sister loaned me. I also had a steel string flattop acoustic that my sister acquired and she gave it to me. It needed tuning pegs and I never did get it fixed.

 

I played the Hondo classical until I got a Lotus Strat-type guitar, which I immediately traded for an Arbor Strat-type guitar.

 

Then in the early '90s I traded the Arbor for an Epiphone S-310 which I still have, and is the oldest guitar that I still have.

 

In '97 I got a Hohner HS-40 hollowbody archtop, then a '99 Squier Standard Strat, then an '01 Squier Standard Double Fat Strat.

 

I bought 2 Fullertons when Music123 was having that blow-out sale about 8-9 years ago. Then I got two SX Floyded Strats from rondomusic.com.

 

The last two guitars I bought were a Samick Greg Bennett Design Flying V GT from eBay and an Epiphone Les Paul Special II from reverb.com.

 

All of my guitars are heavily modded with parts from various online stores including GFS, KGC, GuitarPartsOnline, GuitarPartsResource, AXcessories.com, A-ZGuitarParts, and eBay.

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Epiphone 12 String Acoustic

Striker (by Kramer)

Ovation Celebrity Acoustic

Kramer Pacer Special

BC Rich Warlock Bass

Kramer Focus 6000***

92 Hamer Special ***

89 Fender HRR 60's Stratocaster***

86 Fender AVRI '57 Stratocaster***

65 Gibson ES335TD-12

90's Gibson LP Special

81 Hamer Special

99 Hamer Artist

78 Ovation Balladeer***

95 Hamer Special Custom***

92 Charvel CX290***

?? Weissenborn Style 3***

00 DGN Custom Prototype

77 Ovation Preacher***

03 Epi LP Custom***

66 Kay Speed Demon***

67 Guild Starfire IV Special***

78 Ibanez PF200

82 G&L SC3***

11 MJT Stratocaster

65 Fender Mustang

98 Fender '72 Tele Custom RI (MIJ)***

97 Fender '62 Jaguar RI (MIJ)***

08 G&L Tribute Legacy

11 Ibanez Artcore AS73

98 G&L ASAT Bass***

15 G&L Tribute Fallout

94 Guild D4NT***

16 Fender AVTS '65 Jazzmaster***

88 Hamer Chaparral Bass***

 

 

I'm probably missing a couple here (I think I had a couple of Squiers along the way), but that's most of em.

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Aria pro, gave it to a crackhead who pawned it. Lotus les paul 1976. Japanese . Prs stripped 58. 2012 . Ibanez ae 2o indonesian about 5 yrs old . Cortez. Mij 1976 les paul . squire strat 2004 indonesia, love them all !

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You have a better memory and more Time then I have.

 

 

You have a better memory, more time and a lot more money than I have. I have a few but bragging about a big long list seems kind of silly. As the philosopher said, "if you can't be with the one you love, love the one you're with"

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Ahhh, so true freeman, but sometimes it takes a few, before you realize what love is. And sometimes, the "date" itself is more fun!

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wow the first list made me really wonder...

 

i'm not gear flipper and as lefty it would be even harder, so here is my list, and a short comment for ones i don't have anymore in the order i got them:

 

less than $100 nylon accoustic

my first guitar is still at my mothers place

 

washburn wd-10 accoustic

my first real guitar played the hell out of it hangs on the wall in front of me

 

'70s Aria es335 clone *

got structural issues to begin with, after several repair tries it landed on the waste dump

 

mid '90s CIJ Fender 68reissue Strat *

got stolen from the rehearsal room

 

epi lp custom

 

'75 Gibson LP custom with maple fretboard

 

Dano DC59 reissue

 

MIA Am.Std Strat to replace the stolen one *

got cannibalised for my warmoth strat

 

CIJ 72 Tele custom reissue

 

mid '90s CIJ Fender 68reissue Strat

exact the same model is was stolen, got lucky i found one at ebay.com, my main guitar

 

Washburn R319s accoustic

 

Recording King RD 227 accoustic

 

Eastwood Airline Tuxedo

 

Freeman Keller ES335

 

Warmoth Strat, hardware taken from the MIA, neck and body to the spec of the CIJ 68reissue

 

 

thats 15 guitars in 20+ years playing, and only 3 "left",

on the nylon accoustic i put steelstrings on, which it didn't like

the epi lp, the tele and the tuxedo get almost no play.

the DC59 is a righty which i hendrixed, but the controlls are really in the way, so i rehendrixed it and let my kids play with it, when they want to, but so far the older one showed no real interest to learn playing guitar, just looking like a rockstar is cool :)

 

i'm really happy with my collection and i have currently nothing i want to add. ok a lefty DC59 would be tempting and a 12 string accoustic, but not cause i really need them, thats the reason the buying risk is really low :)

 

 

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Electrics? Easy

 

(1) mid-1970's Gibson solid body, looked like an L6S. But it had a model name I've forgotten.

 

(2) 2007 big archtop by Mr. Binh w/KA floating mini-humbucker.

 

(3). 2015 Guild SF 3 (Korean Newark Street) Sounds great. But in every other respect, it's a moist, steaming pile.

 

(4). 2017 Gibson Les Paul Faded

 

I have owned many acoustics but only 4 electrics. I'm a real novice on electric guitars.

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I know this is an old thread, but figured what the heck, I'll contribute my list of wierd guitars...

Listed in order of acquisition:

Jasmine by Takamine 3/4 nylon. Don't remember much else about it except it was my first altho it was loaned and never returned.

4 generic ukuleles, 2 are vintages. Kept the old ones and ditched the other two. The old ones have no names on them except for an logo thats similar to the Hawaiian Monarchy emblem.

Makala MK-C concert mahogany ukulele. Sold.

Kasch MUK-507 all-rosewood concert ukulele.

2005 Epiphone DR-220S NA.

Kala Waterman Ukadelic Flag soprano ukulele.

Kumu KOA-TM-74 Tenor ukulele.

1950s Kamaka Gold-Label soprano ukulele.

Martin LX1 Little Martin parlor guitar.

2001 Yamaha F-35P acoustic  guitar.

1984 Yamaha SC-300T-CA Beach Banana electric guitar. My first electric.

1994 Jackson JRR-94 Concept V.

@1923 Hawaiian Harp Ukelin. It's so old and worn that is purely a display piece.

Austin AU731 S-Type.

1970s La Valenciana Vihuela. It's currently tuned as a baritone 5-string ukulele.

A Frankenstein P-Bass hybrid with a Fender neck on a Crate body.

Yamaha EG-112 S-Type.

Agile AL-3010 L-Type.

Austin AU-766 L-Type.

2008 ESP LTD AX-50 SS.

2013 Epiphone Lt Ed Genesis DX Pro in Trans Black.

2011 Ibanez Halberd XH300-BKF.

Vorson FSUK-1-BK S-Style electric ukulele.

Peavey Predator Plus.

Sojing concert nylon electric ukulele.

Mid-century Artisan offset electric guitar.

Mid-century Kingston Swinga electric guitar.

Mid-century Western Electric Guitar.

1991 Epiphone PR-200 acoustic.

Memphis L-Type.

2005 Epiphone Les Paul Pee Wee.

An unknown "MicroStrat" (my name for it), an electric 17" scale length S-Type.

Univox 'Lectra violin bass.

An offset jazzmaster-style guitar with no marking except for the "Concert Quality Guitars" label on headstock.

Fender Starcaster with the arrowhead headstock.

2003 Ibanez SZ520QM-BBL.

1984 Electra X2RD Futura.

Jackson JS-22 Monarkh SC L-Type.

First Act ME-538 T-Type.

Stage CS-327 S-Type.

Unknown S-Type that came with an Ibanez hard shell case which was promptly got commandeered for one of my Ibanezs.

Late-1980s Samick SOB-PJ-WH short-scale PJ-Bass.

Modern Silvertone Ultramatic-style electric guitar.

1980s Cort Flying V.

1986 Ibanez RG450-BK Roadstar II Deluxe.

2013 Ibanez S420-BK, currently my #1.

2012 Ibanez S570DXQM-TGB.

Kala KA-CEMB flame mahogany concert ukulele.

2010 ESP LTD F-10-BK.

2006 Ibanez ARX100-CA.

1989 Ibanez RG565R-CA. A VERY rare spot model.

1965 Suzuki Model 7 nylon guitar.

First Act ME-1959 S-Type.

MIJ classical guitar.

1986 Charvel Model 4 S-Type.

2007 Daisy Rock Heartbreaker Artist electric guitar.

2008 ESP LTD AX-50-BF.

2003 Washburn X12 Pro S-Type.

2005 Yamaha EGV-103C-CA Flying Samurai.

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2009 Epiphone Les Paul Standard Lefty in Heritage Cherry Burst.  Dunno why I bought it when I'm a righty...

Prolly cuz I couldn't resist getting a Standard with an Epi hard case for just 100$US.

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Am currently saving up to buy a 2003 PRS SC 10-Top Ferrari Red flame maple.

Am currently working on a website that will show more detailed info on each guitar with pics.

Enjoy for whatever its worth, lol! And Merry Christmas to ye all!

-Lan

PS: If ye want a pic of any particular instrument of mine, do let me know and I'll post one here.

Edited by Lanaka
Forgot my latest acquisition...

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On 4/24/2017 at 11:34 AM, Phil O'Keefe said:

I wish I could remember each and every one, but I'm afraid trying to name them all would be an exercise in futility for me. :0

in the time it would take to do this, i could learn to play another instrument... 

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Reading through this thread, turns out I'm not as much of a gear hoarder as I thought...

Starting in 1987....

Lazer Strat copy
Charvel Model 2
Washburn D-10
Charvel 375 Deluxe Exotic
Jackson Dinky Reverse Pro
Fender MIM Strat
Kramer Voyager
Epiphone Flying V
Sammick Strat Copy with a gold POS Floyd Rose
Kramer Focus 3000

The rest, the timeline is blurry for me..  So here's a list by brand...

Ibanez RGT42
Ibanez SZ520QM
Ibanez RG1570 - The neck on this guitar hurt my hand so bad I quit playing for several years.  I didn't realize it was this neck and bad ergonomics causing the problems. Almost gave up the guitar forever...  
Ibanez 25th anniversary S
Ibanez JEM70V SFG
Ibanez 5 string bass
Gibson Joe Bonamassa Les Paul Studio Goldtop
Gibson Les Paul Studio Pelham Blue
Gibson 2013 Les Paul Signature T
Kramer Focus 1000
Jackson SLX
Parker Fly
Fender MIM Strat (I've had like 6 of these things..  All in brown sunburst, some maple, some rosewood, one with a gorgeous quilted maple top)
Fender Player Series Tele
Fender USA Strat
PRS SE245
Epiphone Les Paul Classic
Epiphone Dot
Epiphone Les Paul Ultra III
Carvin CT4C
Carvin DC127T
Carvin DC400T
Cordoba GK Studio
Washburn wcg66sce
Washburn Millenium
B.C. Rich Warlock FR Plus
Gretsch 5420(?)
Takamine acoustic - No idea on the model  Didn't keep the POS long enough to care..
Larivee acoustic - Amazing guitar I deeply regret not keeping.  At the time I hated satin finishes...  Sigh....

That's most of them.  I'm sure I've missed some..

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Used to own: a Teisco Del Rey strat style, An Eko violin style bass, a no-name [probably Eko] violin body guitar, a Diasonic classical, a no-name classical*, a Kent 'folk' guitar*, a '59 Les Paul Junior [stolen], a Rick 320 and a Rick Ryder [sold to make child support payments] and a mid to late '40s Slingerland 6 string banjo.  I also have a '79 Memphis P-bass copy, but it is in pieces ATM, getting new electronics, new neck, new tuners]

Still have: Electrics:

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Acoustics:

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*destroyed for a student film in 1970...no regrets.

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On 4/24/2017 at 12:34 PM, Phil O'Keefe said:

I wish I could remember each and every one, but I'm afraid trying to name them all would be an exercise in futility for me. :0

ya

 

 

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