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Discussion in 'Sidewinders Bar & Grille' started by newplayeroldguy, Mar 28, 2018.
well, do you?
I need one more, and a different acoustic than the one I have now but don't really love
super happy with my two main guitars a strandberg and a 50s road worn strat.
Out side of that I have a couple V's to play on when the time calls for it, and two home made guitars that I like to pull out when company comes over.
I could pull out worse things...
Almost. I have four total (2 Strats, 1 Hollowbody, 1 Classical).
Need a nice acoustic if anyone wants to donate an Ibanez AVN6 to a needy man-child living abroad.
I need to thin the herd. Problem is I don't buy cheap guitars and live in a remote area so selling them for a decent price locally is not easy.
. . . just one more
I think I have enough, Mrs Bit thinks I have far too many.
Now wheres that calculator gone
Of course not. I still need a LP style electric, 12 string electric, 12 string acoustic, maybe another Strat-oid, a hollow body jazz style, a parlor acoustic, a gypsy jazz acoustic, .......
Some would say that by definition, you never have enough guitars. The number of guitars one needs follows this rule:
Optimum # of Guitars = # of Guitars Currently Owned + 1
Having said that, the last guitar itch I scratched was the tele one when I got my G&L ASAT Tribute. So with my 2 LPs, my PRS, my strat, my ASAT, and my acoustic, I honestly have enough. One day perhaps I'll get an LP equipped with P90's, but I have no immediate GAS for that.
I would like to own one of every body shape. Nothing too wild, just the mainstream, and a couple of the weird ones!
CS 1960 Relic Strat
Gibson Les Paul Standard
Gibson SG Custom (3x P90’s)
Fender 52’ Tele
Yes and no.
Erm, I should really have enough, I'm at 32 including 14 strats but theres always something I need to add to my collection
Something with minihumbuckers
Something with P90s
I think I may have a problem.... trouble is I have a friend with over 35 and another with over 60 lol
I'm on the hunt for a super flamey LP Double Cut.
Then I will have 17 guitars and have enough to see me through the finish line
Right now I'm pretty content with what I have but I do have a few on my list i'd like to have around.
A classical guitar... mine was stolen.
A Twelve String... don't really need this but they're fun and mine was stolen.
A better strat. I've never owned a higher end strat. My Parts-caster is ok but I really want an American Special.
Yes, but no.
I have 9 plus two being reassembled now (so 11 ish). Since I’m doing more recording now, I’d like to add a 12 string, a PRS, and a baritone to the collective.
Yes, sort of. I have definitely what I need but do want a few more to have some variety. What I'm really thinking I'll get more of are amps. I want a Marshall and a Carr Rambler and maybe a Tone King.
EJ Signature RW Model
Martin OM 21
The new EJ Thinline
American Original Tele
Martin D 28 or D 45
Gibson ES 335
I basically have the right number. One nice acoustic, one nice electric, one beater acoustic that I can abuse and not worry about.
I go back and forth between having one and two electrics. When I have two, one of them never gets played and I think I should get rid of it. But when I just have one, no matter how nice, I'm at risk of taking it for granted and forgetting how great it is, so then I start thinking I should have a second. I'm in that second place now - there's no question my relatively new PRS 594 is all the guitar I could ever want or need - I'll never own anything of higher quality or higher cost or that I'll enjoy more. But I'm thinking about adding a classic vibe tele or strat or something similar. Just so I can pick it up every now and then, enjoy it for it's different flavor, but then when I grab the PRS again, I'm reminded of how amazing it is and I'm in love again.
When I was heavily into cycling, I always had different bikes for different uses, but my main bike was always a fast road bike (I'm not a versatile enough guitarist to need different guitars for different purposes, other than electric and acoustic). And it was generally really important for me to have a second one. Not because I rode the second one much or NEEDED it in any real sense. But because it helped me appreciate how transcendently great my #1 was. My #1 was a custom Spectrum ti bike and it was as great a bike as the 594 is a guitar. And I always appreciated how amazing it was, but having a second one to ride occasionally that was really good but definitely not the #1, always helped me appreciate it. I'm probably in the same place with electric guitars. I'll probably eventually add a second one that will mostly take up space but will also be a good perspective check / reminder, etc. I know guys who've used this strategy with women - I could never pull that off and wouldn't want to, but I sort of get it...