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I have been collecting guitars since 1988. I like muscle cars, guitars, guns and motorcycles. I love music. Being born and raised in Mississippi I really love the blues, it's a big part of my life. I own a commercial roofing business, it is family owned since 1966.
1929 Gibson L1
1930 Epiphone Electar Amp
1934 Gibson L75 WWII Okinawa Pacific Theater
1937 Reznick WWII German Theater
1946 Fender #922 Unbranded. This was built on the first or second day of being branded as a Fender in lieu of K&F
1950 Fender Broadcaster
1951 Fender Nocaster
1952 Fender Esquire
1952 Fender Telecaster (Early model with blend control)
1952 Gibson Les Paul
1953 Fender Deluxe Amp 5C3
1954 Fender Stratocaster
1954 Fender Esquire
1954 Fender Deluxe Amp 5D3
1955 Gibson Les Paul All Gold (Belonged to my friend Ed King)
1955 Fender "White Branded" Steel Guitar
1955 Fender Telecaster
1956 Gibson Les Paul with Bigsby
1956 Fender Telecaster (Stripped)
1956 Fender Deluxe Amp 5E3
1957 Fender Super Amp (Belonged to Son Seals)
1957 Fender Esquire
1957 Fender Telecaster
1957 Fender Case (Belonged to Waylon Jennings)
1957 Gibson Les Paul "The Bishop Burst" (Refinished in 1959 at the Gibson Factory to a Sunburst Finish)
1958 Fender Stratocaster
1958 Fender Stratocaster (Nashville Floo
Too much to list
Pink Floyd, Merle Haggard, led zeppelin, CCR, Little Feat, django, Paul Kossoff, Allman Bros, Donald Fagan, Scott Dunbar, Bukka White, Elvis, sir mix a lot.
"I just try to keep my fingers between the binding". Tom Wittrock “I’m fond of well loved guitars, you know, well played. You can keep all the mint ones, give me one that has bled for its master." - Fried Okra