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Your favorite acoustic and electric? 6 Replies

Started by eric beich. Last reply by Red Line Disc Golf Jan 24, 2009.

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Comment by MonTTy #794 on December 28, 2008 at 3:11pm
cool....the guitar I learned my first songs on wasa Yamaha. BTW everybody I'll be changing the club avatar from time to time just to keep it fresh. Of course guitars & amps only, maybe some of yours guys' pics.
Comment by eric beich on December 28, 2008 at 2:55pm
it's actually a Yamaha classical. Ive had it for over 20 years and when I was a teenager I didn't take very good care of it, so even though it sounded great, I kinda did some weird things to it.
still sounds great with new strings though :)

any of y'all ever used a Guitar-port? I've had two of them and they are an awesome way to get great sound thru your computer for relatively cheap.

although I would take a stack and rackmount over it anyday if I could afford it right now.
Comment by MonTTy #794 on December 28, 2008 at 1:40pm
"Interesting" guitar eric, looks like an old Martin. What's up with the burn holes?
Comment by MonTTy #794 on December 28, 2008 at 11:56am
Nice collection Scott, my gear is pretty scaled down since I haven't been in a band for a few years. I still have my Fender Hot Rod Deville 65W 2x12 combo and a Peavey TKO bass combo. I practice on a little Dean Markley K-50 solid state which is great for acoustic. The effects I have left are a Boss Tremolo a Dan-Echo an old RATT pedal and a Zoom 1010 multi-effects. I've got a good friend who's struggling with which vice to concentrate on (DG or band) It's hard to do both for sure but it's a lotta fun trying.
Comment by eric beich on December 28, 2008 at 11:53am
and I like the Jaguar pic charlie.
Comment by eric beich on December 28, 2008 at 11:52am
poor unemployed broke 41 yr old student here, so only 1 guitar at the moment...
but she is my baby Ive owned since I started at 15. funny how I've had 1000$$ collectors slip away from me but Ive always held on to this one, haha.

and a pic of it with my collection back in 88, when I used to take them apart, put them together, take them apart, cut on them, put them together, take them apart, replace things, put them together, etc.

Comment by MonTTy #794 on December 28, 2008 at 11:27am
awesome looking guitars charlie. I only have one vintage guitar, I didn't mention it cuz it doesn't play (future project). It's a '54 Harmony Monterey Leader archtop. Beautiful guitar but needs some work. Keep rockin.
Comment by get your discs and godiscn on December 28, 2008 at 10:57am
One of the best I HAD, (aside from the 63 - Fire Engine Red Strat)

Comment by get your discs and godiscn on December 28, 2008 at 10:55am
One Of The Best I Have

One Of The Best I Have

Comment by Red Line Disc Golf on December 28, 2008 at 7:56am
Were do I start, I have played in several bands (all of them rock). I have one of the very first Les Paul clones that Samick made (set neck, alnico pickups, mahogany body, cts pots, sunburst finish, etc, etc), I also have a vintage strat (Black with mother of pearl, with EMG's wired hotter than the sun), an Ibanez SA160QTM, red flame maple with platinum hardware, HSS) as well as a 1971 Odessa (lawsuit les paul) (restored to 1950 specks with 1950 electronics and hardware, natural wood finish), and one of the early Dean exotica's that came in a blue flame top maple with the keylargo style fret inlay and fishman pickups). For amps I have a Peavey Ultra 112, a Peavey Ultra 120 head (with ecc83's and a custom mod), a fender roc pro 300 stereo head, and a Crate MX212. For cabinets I have two Peavey ms412's one top and one bottom, the bottom are loaded with Sheffield 1290, and the tops with Celestion Vintage 30's, the third 412 cabinet I have is a Crate Blue voodoo loaded with Celestion Vintage 30's. I have to many pedals, effects, mic's, and other toys to list but use mostly vintage when available. Believe it or not this is the condensed list before I discovered disc golf I was working on being a full time musician hence the tattoos, toys, and headaches! I find disc golf to be much more rewarding than playing in a band ever was!

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