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05-12-2001, 09:04:41
Which is the best guitar ever made?


Which kind of guitar is your favorite?

05-12-2001, 09:33:13
I haven't really played enough to be able to have a favourite. I really like my guitars though.

05-12-2001, 09:34:54
Which guitars do you have?

05-12-2001, 09:37:09
Gibson Les Paul

(don't ask why)

05-12-2001, 10:13:02
I've got


And a sunburst Japanese Silver Series Squier strat which is about 8 years old and I can't find a picture of. It's the 3 colour sunburst with a rosewood fretboard.

05-12-2001, 14:24:24
Are we talking strictly "guitars" or can we include "basses" in here.

If we're allowed to talk basses, then I'd have to say JayDee Supernatural Basses.

But then I would say that :love:

05-12-2001, 14:28:27
Look at these beauties...

The 2nd bass in from the left - I actually owned that one for a while, it has the 7 Dwarves engraved in to the fret board in mother of pearl.

Beautiful guitars.

C.G.B. Spender
05-12-2001, 15:20:18
I love my Telecaster, the Les Paul is quite nice too.

05-12-2001, 16:12:41
What's the bass hidden away at the back there?

Resource Consumer
05-12-2001, 16:20:11
My list :

Guild Electric/Acoustic

Yamaha SG1000

Yamaha 5-string bass

Suzuki Acoustic/Electric

Lys Acoustic 12 String.

C.G.B. Spender
05-12-2001, 16:21:57
On the pi is
Les Paul Studio Black/gold with Duesenberg tremolo
The Stars'n'Stripes Squier Strat with a lot of new hardware (Texas Special pickups)
a cheap Washburn XB400 bass with active pickups
a horrible Fender Redondo made in Koread 1988 (open tuning D)
the Telecaster (mirror pickguard)
the red Strat Plus (hard to play, with humbucking pickups)

05-12-2001, 16:46:02
Apologies for the awful picture, but this is me gigging live with the one and only JayDee :cool:

05-12-2001, 16:48:19
Shame you couldn't get a picture of just the bass. :D

05-12-2001, 17:21:12
git :bash: :bash: :bash: :shoot: :shoot:


06-12-2001, 10:44:44
"Les Paul Studio Black/gold with Duesenberg tremolo"

Hey I have Les Paul Studio Black/gold too... just no tremolo.

Twin. Bah.

06-12-2001, 10:45:49
Tremelo, schmremelo.

C.G.B. Spender
06-12-2001, 11:15:56
The tremolo is nice, because you don't have to change much, just a part of the bridge. Works quite good, actually.

06-12-2001, 11:57:49
I played a Yamaha bass with a tremolo on it once. I couldn't help but just think "Why a trem on a bass??".

I also tried an Ibanez bass that had all these fret scallop cut outs at the top of the neck like some of their lead guitars. Again I just thought "urh, why?". I know Billy Sheean's bass had fret cuts on it, he tried to play the thing like a lead guitar, but he was a complete fruit cake of a player.

08-12-2001, 10:17:12
I have a Fender US Telecaster with a Seymour Duncan Little '59 humbucker in the bridge position and a 25 year old (approx) Yamaha acoustic which is badged as a 'Mountain and is a surprising ly good copy of a Martin D28.
Hopefully next year I will be investing in a Collings, Martin, Santa Cruz etc acoustic if I get the money I'm hoping for (the fun part will be the trying out).