That Guitar You Still Can't Believe You Own?

anorton

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I’ve had this 2019 Traditional for a little over a year and it continues to blow my mind and take me playing places I’ve never been.
 

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Only got this a little over a week ago, it's a 2002 LP Standard in beautiful condition. Plays wonderfully and has a nice '59 size neck on it, pretty much the same as the neck on my Tokai LP

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Looking forward to getting to spend some quality time with it, has it's work cut out trying to compete with the Tokai!

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I've got an '03 57 Reissue that I think is WAYYYYY too nice for my playing. Currently loaded with Bare Knuckle Mules. The funniest thing about it is that it's signed by Joe Bonamassa. I have no affinity towards JB but I can't bring myself to remove the sig because it's too funny. The guitar as a whole is beat to shit, and has been PLAYED. I got it for a really good deal and at this point would have a hard time letting it go.

 

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I feel that way (lucky to own it) about my Special. It's not my flashiest guitar, but it's one on which I ended up getting a really good deal by taking a bit of a chance on it sight-unseen and it ended up being outstanding.

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