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Discussion in 'Guitar Owners Clubs' started by j3yps, May 18, 2012.
Damn fine way to join the "club". Congratulations!
Thanks guys...it's a lot of guitar. Love it.
I Have a Gibson Midtown Custom I got not too long ago! Will post pictures when I get the chance to!
looking forward to them. Haven't seen a 'real' one.
Alrighty here is a picture of my midtown custom! Love this guitar so much! It's truly a tone machine. Oh and I switched out the black speed knobs for the gold knobs..only for aesthetic reasons.
I own the same guitar and also same color.
I also have a Fender FSR American Vintage '72 Telecaster Thinline
Wow a fellow Midtown owner! I was tempted to change the knobs tho ...this guitar is stealing playtime from my strat..
'13 Ibanez AM93("Thang"). My God!. It's insane something can be so nice AND nasty at the same time. From the moment you plug in....it's looking for a fight. 20 pace Dueling or Bar Room brawl....she's up for the challenge. And tone? Think Gary Clarke's "Numb/You Saved Me".
I own Super 70's, and have heard about the Super 80's, but these Custom 58's? Palette infinite.
Here's my entry into the club...2010 Gibson ES-339.
LP and 335 sounds plus some extra bite and extra
comfort from the smaller, lighter body. A fantastic player.
Here's two other hollow bodies...2012 Epiphone ES-339
2006 Deering Sierra
I get to join today! Yippee!
Love the red also, would have preferred it over the vintage burst but
didn't have the choice. Really enjoying the versatility, all the great sounds,
and I'm playing something different than everybody else!
Got two. An Epiphone ES339 and an Epiphone Wildkat. I love the 339. I'm not real sure about the Wildkat Royale. After the holidays I may look into selling or trading off the Kat and perhaps a couple Squiers for a nice Strat. We'll see.
I just finished a gig, playing a jazz concert on my 1979 Norlin Kalamazoo ES-175.
I haven't played it very often in the last few months, I've been using the SG, Strat or Tele's - and it was a pleasant reminder to spend s few days practicing and playing on this guitar, is really is a sweet player.
If it had a couple extra frets I would use it all the time. It only is fretted up to a high C although there is room for enough neck to have frets up to D.
This is my Squier Starfire Series 24 semi-hollow. I bought it new in late 2003 or early 04. I believe it is, other than the Duncan Designed pickups and the name change, a DeArmond Starfire after Fender bought them.
I know it sounds real sweet.
I have a few semi hollows.....