POST PICS OF YOUR GUITAR FAMILY!

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Re: POST PICS OF YOUR GUITAR FAMILY!

Postby cwilliamrose on Tue Apr 03, 2012 7:38 pm

I'm glad this isn't a competition, this is the only vintage guitar I've got (you have to ignore the Tele).

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Re: POST PICS OF YOUR GUITAR FAMILY!

Postby Pacafeliz on Thu Apr 05, 2012 6:02 am

oh that's a REALLY nice 'stang you've got yerself there!!!
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 janarn on Sun Apr 15, 2012 9:51 am

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Re: POST PICS OF YOUR GUITAR FAMILY!

Postby gigant0r on Sun Apr 15, 2012 10:10 am

^ Beautiful collection :thumbsup:
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Re: POST PICS OF YOUR GUITAR FAMILY!

Postby cedarchoper58 on Wed Apr 18, 2012 1:03 am

57 and 62 with 68 super trem
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Re: POST PICS OF YOUR GUITAR FAMILY!

Postby The Pup on Wed Apr 18, 2012 2:00 am

:shock:
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Re: POST PICS OF YOUR GUITAR FAMILY!

Postby steveokla on Wed Apr 18, 2012 3:51 pm

cedarchoper58 wrote:57 and 62 with 68 super trem
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I love that look! Great axes.
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Re: POST PICS OF YOUR GUITAR FAMILY!

Postby steveokla on Wed Apr 18, 2012 3:52 pm

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A fine collection indeed-could you offer details about them?

Oh, also, is that a Wirehair Fox T? Steve
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Re: POST PICS OF YOUR GUITAR FAMILY!

Postby cedarchoper58 on Wed Apr 18, 2012 8:57 pm

thks :)
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Re: POST PICS OF YOUR GUITAR FAMILY!

Postby janarn on Wed Apr 18, 2012 10:02 pm

steveokla wrote:
janarn wrote:Image


A fine collection indeed-could you offer details about them?

Oh, also, is that a Wirehair Fox T? Steve

The picture is of my fifth Wirehaired Fox Terrier.
Guitars from left:
'56 Junior. Old Refin. On the heavier side, but a very good sounding Junior. New tuners. Original pickup, pots and hardware.
Early '63 Stratocaster. Body Refin. Refret. Everything else is original. I have the whole story from when the guitar was bought new in Copenhagen in '63.
'64 SG Standard. Repair neck/body joint. Refret. New Pickup covers. Early pat.nr. pickups, not original to the guitar. Identical to late PAF's. 8,7K and 7,6k.
Early '66 Telecaster. MJT Refin to original color. Refret. Local guitar that was in bad shape when I bought it. New tuners, pickguard and neck pickup.
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Re: POST PICS OF YOUR GUITAR FAMILY!

Postby Unit_1 on Thu Apr 19, 2012 12:49 am

The Pup wrote::shock:


:shock:

holy muther of guitars.....
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Re: POST PICS OF YOUR GUITAR FAMILY!

Postby steveokla on Thu Apr 19, 2012 2:26 am

janarn wrote:
steveokla wrote:
janarn wrote:Image


A fine collection indeed-could you offer details about them?

Oh, also, is that a Wirehair Fox T? Steve

The picture is of my fifth Wirehaired Fox Terrier.
Guitars from left:
'56 Junior. Old Refin. On the heavier side, but a very good sounding Junior. New tuners. Original pickup, pots and hardware.
Early '63 Stratocaster. Body Refin. Refret. Everything else is original. I have the whole story from when the guitar was bought new in Copenhagen in '63.
'64 SG Standard. Repair neck/body joint. Refret. New Pickup covers. Early pat.nr. pickups, not original to the guitar. Identical to late PAF's. 8,7K and 7,6k.
Early '66 Telecaster. MJT Refin to original color. Refret. Local guitar that was in bad shape when I bought it. New tuners, pickguard and neck pickup.

Thanks much--I enjoyed that. Obviously, you think highly of Fox Terriers. Before we downsized houses, we had Bouviers. Indeed, had our last in the new house who died about two years after our move at age 11. My wife insists on another dog, and has become enamored of FT's (smaller house, smaller yard=smaller dog, I guess). Anyway, I assume you would recommend these? Any counsel?

Sorry for turning the thread in a bizarre direction. Steve
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Re: POST PICS OF YOUR GUITAR FAMILY!

Postby steveokla on Thu Apr 19, 2012 2:26 am

janarn wrote:
steveokla wrote:
janarn wrote:Image


A fine collection indeed-could you offer details about them?

Oh, also, is that a Wirehair Fox T? Steve

The picture is of my fifth Wirehaired Fox Terrier.
Guitars from left:
'56 Junior. Old Refin. On the heavier side, but a very good sounding Junior. New tuners. Original pickup, pots and hardware.
Early '63 Stratocaster. Body Refin. Refret. Everything else is original. I have the whole story from when the guitar was bought new in Copenhagen in '63.
'64 SG Standard. Repair neck/body joint. Refret. New Pickup covers. Early pat.nr. pickups, not original to the guitar. Identical to late PAF's. 8,7K and 7,6k.
Early '66 Telecaster. MJT Refin to original color. Refret. Local guitar that was in bad shape when I bought it. New tuners, pickguard and neck pickup.

Thanks much--I enjoyed that. Obviously, you think highly of Fox Terriers. Before we downsized houses, we had Bouviers. Indeed, had our last in the new house who died about two years after our move at age 11. My wife insists on another dog, and has become enamored of FT's (smaller house, smaller yard=smaller dog, I guess). Anyway, I assume you would recommend these? Any counsel?

Sorry for turning the thread in a bizarre direction. Steve
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Re: POST PICS OF YOUR GUITAR FAMILY!

Postby dee-luxe on Wed Nov 14, 2012 4:33 pm

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30's rick - the grandfather of the gibson silverburst

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another 30's rick - David Lindley Jackson Browne era style. I just need the snakeskin overdrive special to run it thru

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1957 000-18

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1982 30th anniversary - my 30th birthday present from the Mrs

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1986 Lemon Grove Taylor 810 - one of the few guitars that I really regret selling

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late 60's 175 & late 50's GA-5

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Tele & Princeton

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Late 60's hummingbird - had a neck like a toothpick

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56 relic - from the first run in the late 90's. I would put this up against any 50s strat I've ever played in terms of sound and playability. Absolutely the best Strat pickups I have ever played. this guitar was a first time playing impulse purchase that was well worth it

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Re: POST PICS OF YOUR GUITAR FAMILY!

Postby BF66Prince on Mon Feb 11, 2013 4:42 am

Here's my updated Guitar Family Pics:

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'69/'70 ES-335
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'77 LP Deluxe
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