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Discussion in 'Other Guitars' started by The_Sentry, Jan 8, 2009.
Nice one Squire!!
My 2007 Epiphone Elitist Sheraton...
Newest member of the family...
Prototype Sadowsky Jim Hall model with solid spruce top. Usually made with laminate flame top and cheaper pickups. Pretty psyched on this.
My Epi Dot VS
A glancing bullet?..............................
These are my hollowbodies...
My trusty 89 ES335 (in cherry, of course):
A recently acquired Custom Shop L4CES (wine red):
And a 1999 PRS Hollowbody II, dark cherry SB:
Brand new riviera next to my les paul.
It was between this and a gibson les paul junior. Obviously i decided on the riviera, and so far i love it!.
i love this guitar! its a Crafter SA hybrid. it even has a slight arched top which may throw people off for a thin body guitar. i got it at a discount coz the store clerks thought that that bump was some weird swelling in the wood. but i've seen other SA and SAT guitars to have the same bump, so its an arched top!
and this guitar will be mine...eventually...
Thanks! That's a nice Dot, man! (I have the Sherry...but I sometimes wonder if a Dot would have been the better way to go..)
Room for a semi-hollow at all?
1940 Epiphone Deluxe...newest REAL axe....the L5 slayer. This is the ONE.
That Casino is BADASS!!!
Sweet Lord!! Look at THAT!!!! Oh my God that's nice!!!
here are my hollows with the rest of the family
That Greco is just too flippin' over the top gorgeous. Beautiful!
Jeez, Brian, how DO you get all these funky axes? You live at Tim & Terry's, or did you catch the going-out-of-business sale at Sims? (or did I ask you this over on The P&W forum already? ) I remember Sims had some truly oddball guitars hanging on the wall...
Anyhow, my own contribution to the "guitars with air inside and f-holes" craze, my lowly Jay Turser (unfortunately the photo doesn't begin to do the quilting on the top justice). The neck's a hair skinny and I still have a small buzz to fix between the G string and the tailpiece, but when it's plugged in and cranked up it sounds pretty doggone good for a cheap guitar:
Yeah I sold it to buy a 1991 Gretsch 6122S - I miss her! The guy never left me any FB on eBay for it either!! He emailed me telling me the packing job was great and asked me if it was a solid or laminate top and back but that was the last I heard of him. Grrr!