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Gratuitous Friday guitar pictures

Michael Patrick

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Can you stand another family photo album???

Me an the harem
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Just the girls
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The Gibson wing
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The Fullerton contingent
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And one of those cheap mailorder brides...
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Adwex

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Nice lineup, man.

It's not fair...nobody should be allowed to have that many guitars. :biggrin:
 

Michael Patrick

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I keep telling my wife I need to get parity with my amp collection. Nine guitars but only four amps, I'm not balanced for crying out loud... :lol
 

michaelmadeja

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stratbuster said:
I keep telling my wife I need to get parity with my amp collection. Nine guitars but only four amps, I'm not balanced for crying out loud... :lol


ya, you don't want your guitar getting STD's from playing around with those amps, it should be a 1 : 1 ratio :biggrin:
 

Undercat

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Pardon my noobiness, but what exactly is meant by "Fullerton". Is that where the fender factory is?

Yes yes, I'm an absolute idiot when it comes to Fenders.
 

Michael Patrick

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Undercat said:
Pardon my noobiness, but what exactly is meant by "Fullerton". Is that where the fender factory is?

Yes yes, I'm an absolute idiot when it comes to Fenders.
Fullerton, CA was the headquarters for Fender for a lot of years. It maybe still is, I don't know for sure.
 

les strat

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stratbuster said:
Fullerton, CA was the headquarters for Fender for a lot of years. It maybe still is, I don't know for sure.

Now it's Corona, CA.


Mmmm......Corona! :glug
 

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Nice pics Stratbuster.Do you like P-90's more than Humbuckers?I like the color of your Deluxe.I like your 2 tone Strat.I like.........Damn! nice guitars!
 

BluesForDan

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I'm digging that blue strat. I think I might have said that before, but it is worth repeating :dude
 

danbomb

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How do you like the Agile? A friend of mine has that one and it is killer for the money.
 

Michael Patrick

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Super_Slinky said:
can tell me something abou your black les paul?

It's a '98 Studio. Everything is stock except I changed the pickup rings and pickguard to creme because it was just too damn monochromatic...
 

Michael Patrick

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danbomb said:
How do you like the Agile? A friend of mine has that one and it is killer for the money.

I like it a lot. I may swap out the pickups and pots at some point, but it sounds pretty good the way it is. It's a little neck heavy, but other than that it plays real well and sounds killer. I've never played a "real" 335 so I can't compare it to that, but for the money you can't hardly go wrong.
 

Michael Patrick

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BluesForDan said:
I'm digging that blue strat. I think I might have said that before, but it is worth repeating :dude

Yeah, that giutar has been with me longer than any of the others. It was brand new when I bought it, so I've obviously played it a bit... ;)
 

keef

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Nice - but if one of 'em falls.....
Quite a strap collection, too!
 
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