Hey rocknhorse1 I am from Keene too!!! small world huh!!!Just put some wcr fillmores in my lp std plus ..I got them at retro ..Mike cambell did the work for me aka(Doogle)..I love them they sound fantastic in my LP..Thought I would say hi since we are from the same town on this big internet..
I certainly am thankful for the gear I have left. I don't plan to buy anymore anytime soon but I think I am done selling as well. I hope to one day pick up a nice strat, and a vintage SG of some sort but otherwise I am very happy with the gear I have at the moment. PM me anytime it's always nice to hear from other people who have similar interests.
I find it much easier to leave the house and do things like shoot pistol league etc. When I am at home I have 3 children I am constanly attending too. My 16 year old complains that the music is too loud, by 23 month old little girl likes to bang on the guitar or gets mad when I don't give her the pick to play. I have tried teaching her but shes just to little yet. Any my 3 week old son scares at every loud sound and spends alot of time wanting to eat or crying to be held. So as you can understand, I would love to play my guitars but I just can't make the time when I am home to do so. I still try however to invite friends over to play every now and again, but if that seems to be happening less and less these days. I have already made up my mind that I don't want to live without my 76 LP custom and my 67 Princeton. Even if I can't play them alot now I know I will one day pick them back up again. Also its nice in the summer to go sit in the yard and play some acoustic on my Yairi.
I can't complain I love old marshalls. I love old amps period. But I just don't play much guitar lately and when I do I find myself using my 67 Blackface princeton reverb. Probably because it takes pedals better than my marshall and its alot nicer sounding at lower volume levels. But if I want that classic rock sound where I crank it up and go nothing beats my Marshall. I have also found that if you plug a strat or tele into the low input and crank it up you can get a pretty nice clean sound out of my Marshall. Bottom line I just don't have alot of time to play guitars right now.