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JoeDalton  
23 Oct 2008 02:33 | Quote
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All the guitarists I know have several great guitars, but there is always one we play on the most for whatever reasons we may have.
Which of your guitars is your baby?
Mine has to be Rose, my PRS Swamp Ash in cherry red. She plays soooo nice and her tone is so incredibly warm when I want it to be, but she can have a serious bite making her perfect for blues/rock/jazz styles.

ThePusher  
23 Oct 2008 03:18 | Quote
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Canada
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I have 2 decent guitars I play them about equally I suppose I play stratocaster more than my V but not for a particular reason other than prefering the feel of the neck
JazzMaverick  
23 Oct 2008 08:11 | Quote
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I don't really have an amazing guitar, and I'm not too fussed at the moment.

My baby is an Epiphone SG (G-400). I do love it I gotta say. I gives my tone justice.
JoeDalton  
23 Oct 2008 08:16 | Quote
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I know someone who has a les paul worth some odd thousand bucks who barely plays it and instead plays a fairly regular guitar that just has special meaning to him. It doesn't matter if it's amazing, it's your baby :)
JazzMaverick  
23 Oct 2008 09:50 | Quote
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Yeah, I agree. Shame he doesn't use that one though. I'd giev it a go. But you're right, it definitely depends on what we personally find as "the one".
CTown  
23 Oct 2008 10:23 | Quote
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I'm about half and half with my Martin and my Artcore. My Samick has been exhiled to wall art/alternate tuning mostly because it is tempermental. It's the definition of a low end starting electric. Though I couldn't bare to part with it. I suppose that once I pass the CPA and have the time and money to spare, I'll have the electronics reworked on it. Until then, I'm more than content to play my other six stringers. What I don't understand is how people sell their guitars. I'd have to be forced at gunpoint to give any of them up.
JustJeff  
23 Oct 2008 10:30 | Quote
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I own 2 guitars: A Fender Stratocaster and a Larrivee OM-03 acoustic... And I really don't care what happens to my Fender, as long as my Larrivee ages well and I age with it :)

I plan to keep that Larrivee forever and pass it on to my kids when they get old enough to play.
BodomBeachTerror  
23 Oct 2008 10:35 | Quote
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Canada
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i just have one, i would get another one, but i dont have much ways of maken money right now, maybe in a few years
EMB5490  
23 Oct 2008 10:39 | Quote
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my epi lp plus top, i try every guitar under 800. i found the best. this thing plays like a gibson, feels like a gibson, sounds like a gibson, heck its just missing the logo!
Phip  
23 Oct 2008 12:01 | Quote
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CTown says:
My Samick has been exhiled to wall art/alternate tuning mostly because it is tempermental.

@CTown,
You have a Samich too? ha I have a Samich acoustic that i bought a year ago to learn on. Still have it. I keep it here at work to play when things are quiete. Still plays great but it aint no Martin, That's my baby now!
Phip
Heather  
23 Oct 2008 14:14 | Quote
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Mine is a Gibson Baldwin 3/4 size, it's actually called that so don't be getting confused. It's like an actuall concert accoustic (but like I'm relly good enough to do that ha!) but it's nice and small, the way I like it. And reflects more noise than a full size so I'm hapy with it.
macandkanga  
23 Oct 2008 14:28 | Quote
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Mine is a BC Rich Warlock. I traded a Tony Alva skateboard and $50 bucks for it in 1992 from a neighborhood kid. It's not an American model but licensed by BC Rich and made in Korea. There's a guy out here in California who works for TC Guitars that refretted it with jumbo frets and added a Seymour Duncun full metal shred pickup. He has worked on Eddie Van Hallens guitars. This guitar screams with great tone and plays like a dream. It's probably only wort a couple hundred bucks, if that, but it is my favorite guitar.
CTown  
23 Oct 2008 14:30 | Quote
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Phip says:
You have a Samich too? ha I have a Samich acoustic that i bought a year ago to learn on. Still have it. I keep it here at work to play when things are quiete.quote]

Thought about keeping my sammick at the office, but I'd never get any work done. I don't know how you do it.
Ozzfan486  
23 Oct 2008 14:42 | Quote
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Mine is a Fender Squire Strat, I have nothing else. Donations?? lol I joke.
RA  
23 Oct 2008 14:49 | Quote
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deluxe Tele with "V" profile, four way and S-1 switch. my best gutair is my Chorbra but i love my tele. i really want an SG Custom but who have 4,000 to blow
Crunch  
23 Oct 2008 16:03 | Quote
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I totally agree with you, Ctown. I don't think I could ever sell one of my guitars. There's some sort of link there that I just couldn't break. By the way, my "baby" is definitely my Schecter C-1 Classic. I haven't done anything to it since I bought it (so, factory specs) and it's friggin' awesome. Really pretty too :)
bio  
23 Oct 2008 19:00 | Quote
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i don't own a guitar :'( i play with a friend's guitar...

but my baby is in the store, in a glass cage, waiting for me. her name is Fender Telecaster :p
TheAmericanBrit  
23 Oct 2008 19:00 | Quote
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United States
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I don't actually have a guitar I would call my "baby".
telecrater  
23 Oct 2008 19:12 | Quote
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I gotta' Dot. That's what i'm playing mostly now 3 months ago I was all about the strat. I have several "ok" model guitars and have different tons so I switch back in forth depending on my mood.
soy.el.che  
23 Oct 2008 20:06 | Quote
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ive got 3 guitars, i play more my first electric, althought it was cheap, the sound is strong enough to play w/out amp, its an lyon by washburn.
league  
24 Oct 2008 01:07 | Quote
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I have four guitars now and when I play one of them like my Kelly I feel like I'm cheating on my first electric which is my Strat. Then I feel like I'm neglecting my Studio Acoustic so I have to play all of them except a new black one that I have.
soy.el.che  
24 Oct 2008 17:49 | Quote
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league, same happens to me sometimes
ror
how many guitars youve got??
MuseFan  
20 Jan 2009 19:17 | Quote
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I only have one guitar so that would have to be my baby :P
a gloss black epiphone les paul special II plays really nicely for a copy
Ozzfan486  
20 Jan 2009 20:30 | Quote
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My new baby is my Epi Plus Top. I love her. Soon my red-headed stepchild [I am allowed to make that joke for I have red hair myself!] will be a Dean 79' ML. I will be complete. My Strat will probably find a way to collect dust....in its case. idk.
MetaLHeaDDevil84  
20 Jan 2009 22:12 | Quote
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My baby is my Gibson SG. Uhhhhhhhhhggggghhhhhh Plays soooo Nice.
hippe_trippin  
20 Jan 2009 22:23 | Quote
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United States
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I have a Dean acoustic-electric exotica series. It's made of quilt ash and it's so wonderfully trippy looking. the best way I can describe it is that it kinda looks like wooden tie-dye.
patleh  
20 Jan 2009 22:24 | Quote
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United States
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my acoustic.


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