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BDW60

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Congrats on simplifying your life. Feels good, doesn’t it?
 

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Yeah I am at two/three when the ‘54 arrives, will sell the R0 when it does. So will have one single stack and one double stack guitar. A bit like your main carry and backup. Cannot find a decent used acoustic in the UK at the mo. Very few for sale.
 

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As I get older, I keep thinking… fewer, nicer guitars. But I can’t seem to part with any of my guitars of value without feeling like, “I’m going to regret selling that…”
I feel that way about my Ibanez Flying Rocket Roll Sr (Flying V). A massively cool looking guitar, it's appreciated some, but ergonomically more difficult to play than my Les Pauls.
 

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That's exactly how I feel about all my guitars. I'm 66 and still need MORE guitars :) Since I bought these guitars(a long time ago) they all cost MUCH more if I were to purchase them today.
 

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No acoustic? Really???
Thats a good point. Guess I need one of those. I did buy a Martin Special X in all black a few months ago but returned it. Still looking for an acoustic.
 

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I'm sticking at 20 ... :io:

3 Strats.
3 Teles.
2 Les Pauls
2 Martins
1 Danelectro.
1 Fender 12 acoustic
1 Takamine
1 Fender bass
2 Strandbergs
1 Marlin
1 (cheap) nylon acoustic.
1 folding guitar.
1 banjo
Thanks!
Reading your list reminded me that I do have a Precision bass!
Seriously I had forgotten about it!

Impressive list of gear you got there!
:thumb:
 

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I'm at 14 electrics and two acoustics. I have my dad's 1974 Guild F-20. My ex saw all my electrics and asked why I don't buy a nice acoustic, so in 2018 I bought an NOS 2014 Gibson J-29.
 

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I went down from 10 guitars, to 3 guitars, and now I’m back to 7 guitars.

I could see eventually going back down to three, a Les Paul, a Stratocaster, and a Telecaster.
 

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I am down to 2, yes, two, guitars after spending years and owning over 100 guitars. Geez, I may be crazy but these 2 get it done for me.

Washburn N4 and Gibson Les Paul Trad Pro V.

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Only TWO guitar?!! Blasphemy, I say! 18 here...and counting! LOL
7 Gibson Les Pauls
1 Fender Stratocaster
1 Fender Tele
1 PRS Custom
1 Carvin DC
1 Carvin acoustic
1 Fender 12-string acoustic
1 Dean banjo
1 Dean acoustic
1 Jackson Dinky
1 BC Rich bass
1 Gretsch.....
 

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Phil W said:
I'm sticking at 20 ... :io:

3 Strats.
3 Teles.
2 Les Pauls
2 Martins
1 Danelectro.
1 Fender 12 acoustic
1 Takamine
1 Fender bass
2 Strandbergs
1 Marlin
1 (cheap) nylon acoustic.
1 folding guitar.
1 banjo


Only TWO guitar?!! Blasphemy, I say! 18 here...and counting! LOL
7 Gibson Les Pauls
1 Fender Stratocaster
1 Fender Tele
1 PRS Custom
1 Carvin DC
1 Carvin acoustic
1 Fender 12-string acoustic
1 Dean banjo
1 Dean acoustic
1 Jackson Dinky
1 BC Rich bass
1 Gretsch.....
20 sounds reasonable. 2 is oversimplification, doesn’t work on the long run.
 


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