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Discussion in 'Guitar Owners Clubs' started by j3yps, May 18, 2012.
I've never seen a brownburst Ricker.
Here are mine, the Epi tomato,( what they call I say orange)has a Seymour Duncan Seth lover pickup at neck and a stock pickup off a les Paul goltop, Gibson tuners and neck set up, the black dot has stock p/u at neck and Seymour Duncan at bridge gold tuners? Expensive, I switched everything to gold, so the orange sounds a lot better even though they both sound good but black looks great
I love this thing
Here are my two semi hollows. A epiphone dot and a fender 72 pawn shop. I've been GAS ing for a true hollow for a few years. I used to have an amazing orange aria fa-80. It's the one that got away Darla if your reading this I Miss you. I've always wanted to buy another. But I also like the Godin 5th ave king pin cw.
Two gretsch super axes and a daion hh555 all great guitars!
My new PRS SE Custom...
... Oh, and my Fender Thinline Partscaster, currently for sale on Toronto Craigslist.
Mine are a 1980 ES335 Pro and a 1966 ES335TD
83 IBANEZ ARTIST AM205
GRETSCH TENNESSEE ROSE
GIBSON ES137 CUSTOM
Hey j3ypy, I played one of those Sheraton 2s today at long and Maquades in Sydney. Really sweet, and a steal at $650! Love the headstock inlay - purrrrty.
Here are mine - a 1998 Epi Les Paul Elite and a 2001 Ibanez Artcore. Love em' both. Please excuse my terrible photography - just not one of my gifts.
That reminds me of my first guitar... Conrad hollow body. Extremely craptastic, but I loved it. Wish I had a picture of it somewhere. On second thought... Wish I didn't give it to an old girlfriend's little brother!
First is my '07 Thinline:
Next is my 97 Korea Epiphone Dot:
My latest entry into the club! Ibanez Artcore AK95 full hollow.
sorry it's taken so long. I keep the hofner at my Oldies house. Here is a link to an 'old hofner' site. My guitar is exactly the same as the '63 one shown. (the very fist picture)
1963 Hofner Verithin
Oh! My daughter needs to join this club now too. I intended to buy her one of those butterscotch squier tele's, you know the amazingly nice ones? But, she saw a VM thinline tele in black and fell in love with it ! So, she had one for Christmas.
I had one of those Blues Hawks in red a few years ago - it looks better in blue though, that's a gorgeous colour! I had to let mine go though - that's a BIG fat neck on those things! Couldn't really cope with that. A Blues Hawk can certainly make some interesting & unusual noises though.
My favourite semi-hollow, a Thinline Tele, one of the (apparently rare) custom colour MIM Thinlines in what they call Lake Placid Blue, even though it's a bit light for LPB. Soon to be improved with a rosewood board neck - a model that Fender really should offer, but don't.
If I ever go the Tele route, I want that one right there ^^^ !
You wait till you see it with a rosewood board neck in a week or two! I have no idea why they made so few of these in colours other than natural or Sunburst. A Thinline Tele in Sonic Blue, Olympic White or similar colours is such a cool look.
Come on Fender!