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Discussion in 'Other Guitar Discussion' started by lespaul1968, Jul 13, 2018.
What guitar do you have that you don't see for sale that often. Here is mine.
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That Ovation is indeed a rarity to see around.
An Ultra isn't it?
Ultra gp yes
A Morris Hurricane
Claudio Pagelli designed Cort PAG-1.
I remember those Ovations.
They're out there, but in excellent condition well into the 4 figures (I bought mine in '94 for $300 W/ OHSC).
Oh that's easy
My Jackson Rhoads custom.
It is build after the one Randy Rhoads got 3 months before he died.
So that was basic first Rhoads shape and since then most have locking systems on them and other variables.
Ironically the serial became RR2772.
I have seen RR2795 long ago on US Ebay. Though the pcs run where the line came from was limited.
At the time I put the order in Jackson would only them Costum shop which I knew nothing about. I just had the 2 year old catalog and ordered from Denmark.
Partscaster Blackie is 100% unique in parts and can't be found anywhere else or recreated by the same parts.
1998 gibson blueshawk , 25 1/2" scale , string thru bridge set up , soft V shape neck , 6 way varitone control , 3rd pickup in the back (dummy coil ) for hum canceling , 1 5/8" nut .
2006 Was the last time I seen one of these for sale. Apart from this one, which was for sale very briefly until I changed my mind. Aria 1723TD.
My MGS Standard in 5 years of watching Yamaha sales in the UK this is the only one I have ever seen and none of my fellow Yamaha forum members have seen one in Europe
Starforce 8000 Silver Crackle
I've got a couple
Mid 80's Tokai Flying V TFV70
Wesley Perspex Strat
Stone Wolf "The Huntsman" one of only two made
Custom built Bass, one of one
My Avatar, body built by me one of one
Ibanez Artist 1978.
Decades ago I had an Electra MPC. (This is not mine, but it looked just like it, I have no pics.)
I sold this mostly out of ignorance, as this thing was beautiful and played as smoothly as anything I've had. But I use to be a real rolling stone needed to travel light. I'd still be playing it if I had it though.
I am not a hard core traditionalist, so I liked the cartridge idea, or at least it didn't bother me. And it's not an idea without merit.
My Uncle gave my Mom her last guitar....An easy to play Kramer Ferrington[easy because of the small body]
It is now mine and imo a way cool guitar.....
Made a couple of years in the mid 1980's
I bought this at an animal humane thrift shop.Early 80’s Kramer focus 6000 with original Floyd rose. Nothing like a 70’s or 80’s Japanese made guitar to show how guitar making evolved throughout the world back then.