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Guitarslinger124  
31 Dec 2008 15:00 | Quote
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Just thought I'd share my babies with you guys!






Didn't mean to post this under technique...
Littlewing  
31 Dec 2008 15:00 | Quote
Joined: 22 Sep 2008
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Woah boy, nice collection man!
Guitarslinger124  
31 Dec 2008 15:01 | Quote
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Muchas gracias amigo!
Littlewing  
31 Dec 2008 15:04 | Quote
Joined: 22 Sep 2008
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¡Su recepción! ¡Deseo que tuviera una colección como eso!
Guitarslinger124  
31 Dec 2008 15:11 | Quote
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haha I dont speak spanish...just those three words pretty much hehe...I thikn you said something similar to what you said in english?
Littlewing  
31 Dec 2008 15:13 | Quote
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I said "No problem! I desire a collection similar"
Guitarslinger124  
31 Dec 2008 15:17 | Quote
Joined: 25 Jul 2007
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ah...cool beans...hehe
telecrater  
31 Dec 2008 15:19 | Quote
Joined: 13 Jan 2008
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can i come over and play your banjo, and that perddy hollow body!

Nice collection
Guitarslinger124  
31 Dec 2008 15:26 | Quote
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hehe after i took that picture i thought to myself...damn, i got $14,000 worth of guitars in my living room!
Phip  
31 Dec 2008 17:49 | Quote
Joined: 23 Dec 2007
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Very nice!
You know, those should be played at least once a week to keep them "fresh" why you are away with the military. Sooooooo I was thinking...........why not make me a spare key to your house and I'll be a pal and keep them in tune for ya. LOL Which one is your firstborn?
Phip
les_paul  
31 Dec 2008 18:00 | Quote
Joined: 14 Feb 2008
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What is the odd shaped guitar layin cross ways on the right side of the sofa?

Very nice collection by the way!!!
foogered  
31 Dec 2008 19:24 | Quote
Joined: 30 Apr 2008
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Phip, I bought the beer and called the ladies, so as soon as you get that spare key gimme a call and we'll have that party at GuitarSlinger's house. Check out that couch!
foogered  
31 Dec 2008 19:25 | Quote
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P.S. How about a caption. What make and model are those guitars?
RelaxedDude  
31 Dec 2008 19:40 | Quote
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Yah, Im with Les Paul, it looks like an electric but the body is so small, haha
Guitarslinger124  
31 Dec 2008 20:28 | Quote
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That "odd shaped" guitar is actually a lap steel.

@Phip, i suppose the banjo would be the first born, 1920's era. unfortunately there are many like it so its valued lower than i would like.

foogered says:
P.S. How about a caption. What make and model are those guitars?


Top Row, left to right: Martin Acoustic, Fender Stratocaster, Gibson ES335, ESP EX-50, ESP EX400, Silvertone Lapsteel, Hartke Bass.
Bottom Row, left to right: Paramount Banjo, Carvin Acoustic, Custom Carvin (i forget the base model number), Washburn X-50proFE, Hofner 12 string acoutstic
guitarmastergod  
31 Dec 2008 21:23 | Quote
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are the esp's actual esps or ltds? nice washburn to, i tried the x-50profe in red and it was quite nice
Guitarslinger124  
31 Dec 2008 22:18 | Quote
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Ltd's they dont make Explorer model ESP's unless they are custom. EX-400 is as high as they go. still an $800 guitar.
guitarmastergod  
1 Jan 2009 01:45 | Quote
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Canada
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is it possible i might have though they were customs? but moreover, nice collection
Phip  
1 Jan 2009 05:35 | Quote
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@ Guitarslinger124,
Is the first guitar you ever owned in this group? Funny coincidence, I have a martin acoustic and a friend just lent me his hoffner 12 string! I have to put a new tuning mechanism on it before I can play it (there's always a catch)! I'm really looking forward to learning some "byrds" tunes on that 12 string.

@ Foogered, Beer, girls, big couch, I like it!
Guitarslinger, you got insurance????? LOL Are you at home on leave?
Phip
Guitarslinger124  
1 Jan 2009 09:29 | Quote
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hehe...my first guitar is ESP/LTD EX-50, $250 when i was 14. worked my ass off to buy that guitar and i will never get rid of it. The hofner sounds really nice and plays well too.
yea im home on leave, been here since the 18th but im leaving tomorrow.
soy.el.che  
1 Jan 2009 10:13 | Quote
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@littlewing: your traduction is kinda funny, gave a good laugh.
@guitarslinger: the guitars i liked best were the electrics that were on the floor, those rock
keniemn  
1 Jan 2009 11:54 | Quote
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defenitly some real nice toys kickin around collecting dust while your gone
Guitarslinger124  
1 Jan 2009 11:59 | Quote
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yea...well i lend them to my father to play, hes an excellent jazz player so he puts a few of them to good use. and ill be taking a couple of them with me to germany.
keniemn  
1 Jan 2009 12:14 | Quote
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where in germany i used to live in frankfurt
Guitarslinger124  
1 Jan 2009 13:19 | Quote
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im being sent to weisbaden. its right next to amsterdam.
Heather  
1 Jan 2009 14:15 | Quote
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Woah. That's a heck of a lot of great guitars you've got there! You must be REAL dedicated to have all those great things. But you may have gotton ripped off by just one of them, one seems to be a real nice banjo, not a real nice 'guitar'! Haha, sorry. I just die if I don't say my terrible jokes. Nice stuff, I'm very jelous.
keniemn  
1 Jan 2009 14:23 | Quote
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weisbaden had the big px when i was there
i thought germany was way cool,plenty of sights to see like the castles,volksmartchs,frankenstein's castle around halloween and ofcourse octoberfest
Guitarslinger124  
1 Jan 2009 15:24 | Quote
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yea it should be a good time. the bigger the px the better :)
Musical_Magic  
1 Jan 2009 19:03 | Quote
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GIMMME!!!! joking xD but that would be nice(if those were louies)

Great collection!


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