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Cosmin Lupu
post Jul 16 2011, 02:49 PM
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QUOTE (rokchik @ Jul 15 2011, 07:19 PM) *
I have a PRS Mark Tremonti Signature model and my acoustic is a Garrison G20. Garrison was a guitar company here in Newfoundland but Gibson bought them out a couple of years ago.


Whoa man! How's the Tremonti signature? I never put my hands on one of those biggrin.gif


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post Jul 16 2011, 11:35 PM
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Les Paul Gibson Standard (Double Cut) - I love this baby, 24 frets, low action, haven't had a problem with it even though it was second hand. Easy access to all frets including up high. Smooth, natural blues tone. Minimum to no buzz. Only issue is it balances out flat naturally in the lap when playing, so make classical playing (with the neck upwards) a bit harder.

To go with it,

PodHD500 and DT50 2x12 Amp - this is a dream match made in heaven. Automatically syncs with each other and sounds awesome for so many different tones - rock, blues, jazz, metal, etc. Even as a bass guitar tone and effects. Digital front end / Tube backend!

So glad I saved up and got this setup, couldn't be much more happier with it! cool.gif


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post Jul 17 2011, 08:40 AM
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Gibson 58 VOS Les Paul
Eric Johnson Strat
Jaden Rose Original Series hardtail
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My amp is a Matchless independence which is the best amp I've ever owned, though I'm currently looking at Two Rocks as well.
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post Sep 5 2011, 12:31 PM
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At the moment I have two electric guitars, and one acoustic.

Nik Huber Redwood Custom

Specifications:

Chambered Mahogany body.
Mahogany electronics-cover.
One-piece Exceptional Curly Redwood top.
Tigereye burst color.
25 1/2" mahogany neck with abalone inlay.
Tigereye burst (neck).
Ebony fingerboard.
Häussel Vintage humbuckers w/push-pull.
Ebony pickup-rings.
Huber wraparound bridge.
Schaller tuning pegs with ebony wings.
SKB custom case.

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Nik Huber Korina Junior

Specifications:

Korina Body & Neck.
Brazilian Rosewood Fingerboard.
Ebony Headstock Veneer.
Schaller tuning pegs with ebony wings.
Nik Huber Stoptail Bridge.
P90 Dogear "tapped".
Volume, Tone with push/push for pickup tap.
Tweed hardcase.

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Guild GAD-30R

Specifications:

Body Style: Orchestra
Top: Solid Sitka Spruce
Bracing: Guild Scalloped
Back: Solid Indian Rosewood
Sides: Solid Indian Rosewood
Bridge: Indian Rosewood Pin Bridge
Neck: 1-Piece Mahogany
Fretboard: Ebony (12" Radius)
Width at Nut: 1-3/4"
No. of Frets: 20
Scale Length: 25 1/2"
Hardware: Chrome
Machine Heads: Grover Sta-Tite Tuners
Finish: High Gloss (Polyester)
Dovetail Neck Joint
Ornate Mother-of-Pearl Position Inlays
Abalone Side Dot Position Inlays
Mother-of-Pearl Headstock Logo
Ebony Bridge Pins with MOP Dots
Ebony End Pin with MOP Dot
Bone Nut and Saddle
Wood Body Bindings
Tortoise Shell Pickguard
Back Center Wood Mosaic Inlay
Case: Includes Deluxe Hardshell Case

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Sinisa Cekic
post Sep 5 2011, 12:38 PM
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Ibanez Sc 3120 saber j Custom
Tom Anderson Crowdster
Ibanez nent10 classic hybrid
Yamaha Apx 5 acoustic
Suhre Pro (clon)
A few no name guitars..


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Ivan Milenkovic
post Sep 5 2011, 12:49 PM
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QUOTE (Cosmin Lupu @ Jul 16 2011, 03:49 PM) *
Whoa man! How's the Tremonti signature? I never put my hands on one of those biggrin.gif


I played with it couple of times, it's a cool instrument. It belongs to the cheaper range I believe, but well made, nice lookin, and with very clear and hot output. It yells. It seems a bit too easy on my hands tho cool.gif


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post Sep 5 2011, 01:18 PM
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I have an Ibanez VBT-700 (a flying V model)
a Washburn X-10 (beginner guitar)
and my girlfriends Squier Stratocaster I also use from time to time

Acoustic is a Washburn, but I forgot which one sad.gif


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post Sep 5 2011, 01:30 PM
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Living here in Australia I have a Mate - on Guitar. biggrin.gif

Maton 503 Electric
Ovation 1761 Accoustic
Yamaha LSC36c Accoustic
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Cosmin Lupu
post Sep 5 2011, 01:36 PM
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They look awesome! But I know that guild sounds astounding smile.gif a friend owns it biggrin.gif

QUOTE (audiopaal @ Sep 5 2011, 11:31 AM) *
At the moment I have two electric guitars, and one acoustic.

Nik Huber Redwood Custom

Specifications:

Chambered Mahogany body.
Mahogany electronics-cover.
One-piece Exceptional Curly Redwood top.
Tigereye burst color.
25 1/2" mahogany neck with abalone inlay.
Tigereye burst (neck).
Ebony fingerboard.
Häussel Vintage humbuckers w/push-pull.
Ebony pickup-rings.
Huber wraparound bridge.
Schaller tuning pegs with ebony wings.
SKB custom case.

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Nik Huber Korina Junior

Specifications:

Korina Body & Neck.
Brazilian Rosewood Fingerboard.
Ebony Headstock Veneer.
Schaller tuning pegs with ebony wings.
Nik Huber Stoptail Bridge.
P90 Dogear "tapped".
Volume, Tone with push/push for pickup tap.
Tweed hardcase.

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Guild GAD-30R

Specifications:

Body Style: Orchestra
Top: Solid Sitka Spruce
Bracing: Guild Scalloped
Back: Solid Indian Rosewood
Sides: Solid Indian Rosewood
Bridge: Indian Rosewood Pin Bridge
Neck: 1-Piece Mahogany
Fretboard: Ebony (12" Radius)
Width at Nut: 1-3/4"
No. of Frets: 20
Scale Length: 25 1/2"
Hardware: Chrome
Machine Heads: Grover Sta-Tite Tuners
Finish: High Gloss (Polyester)
Dovetail Neck Joint
Ornate Mother-of-Pearl Position Inlays
Abalone Side Dot Position Inlays
Mother-of-Pearl Headstock Logo
Ebony Bridge Pins with MOP Dots
Ebony End Pin with MOP Dot
Bone Nut and Saddle
Wood Body Bindings
Tortoise Shell Pickguard
Back Center Wood Mosaic Inlay
Case: Includes Deluxe Hardshell Case

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QUOTE (Ivan Milenkovic @ Sep 5 2011, 11:49 AM) *
I played with it couple of times, it's a cool instrument. It belongs to the cheaper range I believe, but well made, nice lookin, and with very clear and hot output. It yells. It seems a bit too easy on my hands tho cool.gif


Hmmm, the cheaper range...it's kind of expensive in here biggrin.gif I mean around 2500 euros..so I wouldn't call that quite cheap biggrin.gif if they have it in Timisoara maybe we can test it together!


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post Sep 5 2011, 05:44 PM
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QUOTE (audiopaal @ Sep 5 2011, 06:31 AM) *
At the moment I have two electric guitars, and one acoustic.

Nik Huber Redwood Custom

Specifications:

Chambered Mahogany body.
Mahogany electronics-cover.
One-piece Exceptional Curly Redwood top.
Tigereye burst color.
25 1/2" mahogany neck with abalone inlay.
Tigereye burst (neck).
Ebony fingerboard.
Häussel Vintage humbuckers w/push-pull.
Ebony pickup-rings.
Huber wraparound bridge.
Schaller tuning pegs with ebony wings.
SKB custom case.

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Nik Huber Korina Junior

Specifications:

Korina Body & Neck.
Brazilian Rosewood Fingerboard.
Ebony Headstock Veneer.
Schaller tuning pegs with ebony wings.
Nik Huber Stoptail Bridge.
P90 Dogear "tapped".
Volume, Tone with push/push for pickup tap.
Tweed hardcase.

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Guild GAD-30R

Specifications:

Body Style: Orchestra
Top: Solid Sitka Spruce
Bracing: Guild Scalloped
Back: Solid Indian Rosewood
Sides: Solid Indian Rosewood
Bridge: Indian Rosewood Pin Bridge
Neck: 1-Piece Mahogany
Fretboard: Ebony (12" Radius)
Width at Nut: 1-3/4"
No. of Frets: 20
Scale Length: 25 1/2"
Hardware: Chrome
Machine Heads: Grover Sta-Tite Tuners
Finish: High Gloss (Polyester)
Dovetail Neck Joint
Ornate Mother-of-Pearl Position Inlays
Abalone Side Dot Position Inlays
Mother-of-Pearl Headstock Logo
Ebony Bridge Pins with MOP Dots
Ebony End Pin with MOP Dot
Bone Nut and Saddle
Wood Body Bindings
Tortoise Shell Pickguard
Back Center Wood Mosaic Inlay
Case: Includes Deluxe Hardshell Case

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post Sep 5 2011, 06:26 PM
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My collection seems to be growing on its own. I'm going to have to sell a few to buy more!
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QUOTE (Cosmin Lupu @ Sep 5 2011, 02:36 PM) *
Hmmm, the cheaper range...it's kind of expensive in here biggrin.gif I mean around 2500 euros..so I wouldn't call that quite cheap biggrin.gif if they have it in Timisoara maybe we can test it together!


Oops, I tried the SE version it seems. Well, not that big expert in PRS must admit, I though it's the only one. smile.gif


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post Sep 5 2011, 08:19 PM
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QUOTE (Cosmin Lupu @ Sep 5 2011, 02:36 PM) *
They look awesome! But I know that guild sounds astounding smile.gif a friend owns it biggrin.gif

Yes it does, for the price it's hard to beat! I love it smile.gif

QUOTE (Adrian Figallo @ Sep 5 2011, 06:44 PM) *
I LOVE your JR man, love it.

Thanks mate smile.gif
It's absolutely amazing, the neck is the best I've ever tried to be honest.
Even better than on the Redwood, great guitar smile.gif
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post Sep 6 2011, 01:23 AM
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American Fender Standard Strat - Olympic white with maple neck

Jackson SLSMG - black


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post Sep 6 2011, 02:45 AM
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i don't know if the pictures will be in order, oldest to newest
Ibenez rg ?,bought in the eighties
jackson dinky - amber
gibson copy by hohner
fender six string aqoustic , pick up added
samick 12 string ,originally right handed,luthier swichted the saddle perfectally (Intonation)and I added an after market pick up
schecter hellraiser special with an active 85 in the bridge and a passive SD Jazz in the bridge( with coil tap)
and my steal from ebay an E-c1000 in blach cherry
unfortunately this is what you have to do to left handed guitars to get them right
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post Sep 6 2011, 04:41 AM
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Gibson 58 VOS Les Paul
Gibson Les Paul Traditional Standard

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Gibson Les Paul Premium+ Studio
Gibson Les Paul Faded Mahogany
American Fender Telecaster - discontinued model with a humbucker at the neck, with the switch that lets you have 6 combination of coils)

Other Electrics that I Play:

American Fender Strat
Gibson SG
Gibson Firebird
Parker Mojo

Acoustics:
Martin D-35
Dobro Dobro

Guitar I never play because I got it when I was 20 in my early failed attempt to learn guitar, and it has been at my brother's home way out in Bumf*** Egypt ever since.

Old Gibson ES120T

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sunglasses." I guess it's true. I stopped getting rid of guitars after making two very big mistakes. First I traded my Cherry Sunburst Gibson Les Paul (that I bought with a bank loan when I was 17) for a digital reverb unit about 5 years after I got it. The guitar is probably worth bookoo bucks now, and the reverb unit, which I still have, is worth about $20. Then I once bought a pre-CBS Fender Stratocaster at a garage sale for $400 (the original owner was an older gentleman who had never actually played it so it was in mint condition). I then sold it the next day to a friend who ran a music store for $700. The sad part about that one is that I didn't really need the money at that time as I had just started my first job as an electrical engineer and was doing ok. Oh well, live and learn I guess, but that's when I decided to start keeping all my guitars. So


Story to bring tears to one's eyes. My sob story is not quite as bad. In my early failed attempt to learn guitar when I was 20, I bought a Gibson Dove, but traded it in and got a Martin D-35. Not horrible, but I would have rather kept the Dove. I got my Martin all worked on under my lifetime Warranty a couple years ago. Warranty to Martin means it cost me $500 to do the work, rather than $1,100. After a number of years, even the best maintained acoustic guitars need this kind of work.

I owned 2 very old, I mean mid 50's Fender tweed amps. Sold one for a song, and gave the other away. Definitely regret that.

I would like to own your Black Beauty. I just like Les Pauls for some reason, I never seem to change in that regard, nothing else seems as good to me.
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QUOTE (jstcrsn @ Sep 6 2011, 03:45 AM) *
and my steal from ebay an E-c1000 in blach cherry


I loooove this one ohmy.gif


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post Sep 6 2011, 09:12 AM
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I have strat, SG & RG.

Those Nik Hubers are just astonishing Paal, specially the first one smile.gif


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QUOTE (Fran @ Sep 6 2011, 10:12 AM) *
I have strat, SG & RG.

Those Nik Hubers are just astonishing Paal, specially the first one smile.gif

Thanks a lot, I'm quite happy with them smile.gif
I have been thinking about trading the Junior for a Tom Anderson or Suhr guitar,
but everytime I play the guitar the plans get postponed biggrin.gif
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