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Discussion in 'Sidewinders Bar & Grille' started by The-Kid, Jun 7, 2018.
1 Stratocaster Deluxe Plus (1990)
1 ESP LTD Deluxe Baritone 7 String H1007B (2016)
3 MIM Strats (1 standard, 1 Classic 60s, 1 Classic 70s)
2 US Strats (1 1979, 1 1991)
1 MIJ Strat (ST-54)
2 PRS SE(1 Custom 24, 1 Santana)
2 Gibsons (1 LP Studio, 1 335)
1 80s 'Littleport' Burns
1 Vintage V60 (Flying V copy)
1 Stagg LP-350 (basically a LP copy)
1 Cort G-200 (bit like a Strat)
2 copies we’re not allowed to talk about on this forum (and quite right too)
4 basses (1 Cort, 1 Hofner, 1 Richwood, 1 Shaftesbury)
1 6-string acoustic (Yamaha FG-340)
1 12-string acoustic (Yamaha FG-720)
1 12-string electric (Burns Double Six)
Thus adding 25 and reaching a grand total of 598
Wait! I forgot my flying V.
Is a bass a guitar?
Strat American Std, Telecaster Pro, Squier Strat, MIM Tele, Eastcoast Semi acoustic, Faith Neptune Acoustic, Yamaha acoustic, Yamaha classical, 12 string Strat kit build, home made Sapele solid ( the door)
I definitely have less as average apparently. And I thought I had many.
Where do you find the time to play them all? Do you play one chord per guitar?
4 Strats, 1PRS
Absolutely, Sweetwater calls them bass guitars. They know what they're talking about, an authoritative source.
1 Epiphone Les Paul
It's not a Saxophone.
It's a guitar that plays in the lower frequencies.
Add in 7 to make 628.
CS Postmodern Journeyman
Gibson ES 175
Old Harmony acoustic
Martin Custom D Acoustic
Ibanez Gio bass
In that case, and assuming banjos and ukuleles don't make the cut:
1 x Bass
1 x Les Paul
2 x Strat
1 x National Style O
1 x Baby Taylor
4 x Asst Martins
1 x Guild 12 string
Tally now 652
So that brings it up to 641.
@Bazz Jass beat me to it.
Presently 9 whole and players each.
661? This thread is moving too fast for my slow internet connection.
Why does my post matter?
Hmmm. Forum has 60,000 members. Assuming everyone has at least one guitar, we've got a long way to go here