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Re: POST PICS OF YOUR GUITAR FAMILY!

Postby Anje on Tue May 24, 2011 2:26 pm

haha, great pics Phil!

Your red Gretsch is one of my favourites.
http://geoffroy-marcus.com/: supporting new French Electro Jazz-pop album from a good friend - great authentic Hammond, Rhodes, Moog... tones with old school funk-bluesy-rock fusion flavors.
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Re: POST PICS OF YOUR GUITAR FAMILY!

Postby Pacafeliz on Sun May 29, 2011 7:11 pm

:shock: DUDE!!! i'll show them pix to wifey ... "and you say I'VE got too many guitars, eh?"
heh

lovely.

mirror walls make it look even more impressive.
impressive, yes.

:drool:

Pat.

btw, i see some nice jazzmasters here and there, too. happy to see i'm not the only crazy jazzer lover... :D
oaklandanny too wrote:Pat...
This is way late in posting... but I want to say that she's beautiful, man!!! You are blessed and the world will be a better place because of your little girl. Mark my words... She will live in a better world than we live in now... because she will help change it. God bless!!!!

RIP OaklandDanny, thanks for EVERYTHING! God bless you, always!
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Re: POST PICS OF YOUR GUITAR FAMILY!

Postby 1959burst on Tue Dec 20, 2011 8:29 pm

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Re: POST PICS OF YOUR GUITAR FAMILY!

Postby Baron Von Machinenmann on Tue Dec 20, 2011 8:53 pm

Very nice, as always Greg. :thumbsup: :cheers:
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Re: POST PICS OF YOUR GUITAR FAMILY!

Postby 1959burst on Wed Dec 21, 2011 7:07 pm

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Re: POST PICS OF YOUR GUITAR FAMILY!

Postby harvard on Thu Dec 22, 2011 3:30 am

Nice ones.
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Re: POST PICS OF YOUR GUITAR FAMILY!

Postby harvard on Thu Dec 22, 2011 10:49 pm

[img][IMG]http://i1105.photobucket.com/albums/h349/pa[url][IMG]http://i1105.photobucket.com/albums/h349/paulmantello/IMG_6610-1.jpg[/img][/url]ulmantello/IMG_6610-1.jpg[/img][/img]I'll see if i can get a picture of mine up
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Re: POST PICS OF YOUR GUITAR FAMILY!

Postby 11068 on Fri Dec 23, 2011 2:14 pm

harvard wrote:[img][IMG]http://i1105.photobucket.com/albums/h349/pa[url][IMG]http://i1105.photobucket.com/albums/h349/paulmantello/IMG_6610-1.jpg[/img][/url]ulmantello/IMG_6610-1.jpg[/img][/img]I'll see if i can get a picture of mine up


all theses fenders and only 1 marshall cab ? nonono time for you too step into the light :)
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Re: POST PICS OF YOUR GUITAR FAMILY!

Postby BF66Prince on Wed Feb 01, 2012 3:49 am

Here's most of mine:

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Re: POST PICS OF YOUR GUITAR FAMILY!

Postby Pacafeliz on Thu Feb 02, 2012 6:01 am

DUDE!!! great to see you still hanging round here!
i see some electras... they're pretty cool. i just sold my 335 clone, though. but i do still keep an old Kasuga branded LP copy with the same pups as yours.

rock on!

Pat.

GUYS THE PIC FUNCTION IS UP AND WORKING AGAIN - SO LET'S SEE THEM ALL!!! KEEP EM COMING!!!
oaklandanny too wrote:Pat...
This is way late in posting... but I want to say that she's beautiful, man!!! You are blessed and the world will be a better place because of your little girl. Mark my words... She will live in a better world than we live in now... because she will help change it. God bless!!!!

RIP OaklandDanny, thanks for EVERYTHING! God bless you, always!
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Re: POST PICS OF YOUR GUITAR FAMILY!

Postby gigant0r on Thu Feb 02, 2012 7:51 am

Here are some of mine:

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Re: POST PICS OF YOUR GUITAR FAMILY!

Postby Vivian on Wed Feb 22, 2012 2:25 pm

63 SG Les Paul junior and a 65 Gibson 335.

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Re: POST PICS OF YOUR GUITAR FAMILY!

Postby harvard on Thu Feb 23, 2012 12:46 pm

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Re: POST PICS OF YOUR GUITAR FAMILY!

Postby Swingville on Fri Mar 09, 2012 11:23 pm

Pacafeliz wrote:we did this thread on another forum... so finally, here's mine. it's grey/raining outside, so i borrowed my daughter's thingy rug to make some colorful shots... ...you like? NOW LET'S SEE YOURS!!! Pat. ps: geez i just realized that's a SICK 30 guitars!!! now all i wish i had was some darn TALENT!!! :oops:
Hi, Pat. Fantastic collection of odd and hot axes.
Please tell me about the 1974 Red Fender Competition Mustang.
It looks bigger than the 1960s Mustang I once had and
the Head Stock looks like it's from a 1970s Stratocaster.
Is it a real Fender Mustang? I did not know these existed. PLMK. Thank you.
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Re: POST PICS OF YOUR GUITAR FAMILY!

Postby steveokla on Sat Mar 10, 2012 6:03 pm

Stripped down to essentials: when we downsized, it was about keeping only that stuff that felt so good I'd grab it off the wall and take it to a gig without reservation or wishing I'd brought something else along. That meant getting rid of a bunch of nice (but not players suited perfectly to me) guitars, keeping the ones with IT (very personal and subjective, of course) and acquiring one or two that fit that category. Here's the total 'collection'. These are the guitars I wound-up with that I'd never part with and I can't walk by without picking them up. They're like body (my body) parts.

The burst '68 Strat is, hands down, the best playing (again, for my hands) Strat I've ever picked up. Same thing for the '68 tele. I had my guy re-fret them both and set them up identically. The '64 Strat is a really, really close second to the '68, but will be the same when I get around the re-fret. Identical story with the '66 Tele--impossibly nice player, but I'll have it re-fretted with the same wire. That will make them virtually indistinguishable to my hands in all important respects to my hands, which is just what I'm after.

The frets on both the '64 SG and the '72 (or '73, forget which) Thinline are in too good shape to bother about a re-fret. The Thinline has a nice meaty neck, as does the SG, making them both super-playable for my ergonomics. Martin is one of those "HD" guitars (HD28V) , which I think means "Historic" or some such. I've been playing it more than anything else lately.

Something worth noting: about six months ago I decided to break down and buy some real nice straps. The leather ones pictured are from Jeridesign. I must tell you, I love these straps, and Jeri is terrific to work with. The designs I chose may not be to your taste, but Jeri can do about anything--cannot recommend her straps highly enough.

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Trimmed down to seven amps, too, and I may be parting with a couple of those I don't play through all the time as well.
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