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Discussion in 'Other Guitars' started by tricklick, Jun 11, 2008.
Mr Ginnaty, you may post pics of that beauty as often as you wish.
my 1982 Fender 62Ri
dont see many in this colour or any colour.
my first issue Squier Strat.
Now this is not mine but my friends. but it should be quite rare. the makers said that they where only making 24 with FR. His is now custom painted (Gonna get a pic)
My 1981 Bich-6 is pretty rare. They ended up changing the body shape (the lower cut) to fit in a Kahler bridge. So this guitar as a 6 string is quite a nice prize
1977 Les Paul Custom.
Now THAT is something special.
Yea, that's about all I can say.
"WE'RE NOT WORTHY!"
Thanks Roman and all the other nice comments. Now if I can just get a big thumbs up and here is your "Big Check" although then my 15 minuets would be up and I wouldn't have anything left to brag about.
This is not a pic of 'The Guitar' but it's a pic of the same kind, a late sixties Tiesco Del Rey 12 string that my grandfather took in a poker game around the early 70s. Great guitar, but I can't get my dad to give it to me, it's got the thinnest neck profile I've ever seen. I'll post some pics of it as soon as I get the chance to take some of it.
That's gorgeous. I've always coveted a true Bich. The early ones are awesome instruments.
Danka Shein baby
Here's a link to my myspace guitar photo album. There are a few rare/unusual guitars here: MySpace
Style 3 roundneck National, now that is extraordinary! wow wow wow.
is it real???
As promised here are the pictures of the painted version.
it's the one my friend is holding (the one not being a les paul)
1962 fender stratocaster hardtail in rare sherwood green metallic
Yes its real. Take a look at the original picture that Leo took back in 53.
ElectronTimes - Guitars of the FDP - JMPRO
This one is a bit on the rare/unusual side. This is my 1985 BC Rich NJ Series (Nagoya Japan) ST-III. Now ST-III's are far from rare, however this model isn't like most that you might see. Seeing that this guitar is both neck-thru and has all of the bells and whistles that vintage BCR guitars are best known for, well this one is very special. You don't see many like this one. The pups were replaced with various Dimarzio's and the knobs were replaced (because they look bichin' in blue), but I still have all of the original parts, including the case. This guitar is an amazing player and a ton of fun to play!
Dude, you friend looks like a girl
DUDE LOOKS LIKE A LADY !!