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Discussion in 'Other Guitar Discussion' started by Ave, Jan 14, 2021.
Whichever one I feel like playing at the time.
That'll be my MIM Deluxe Lone Star Strat - it just feels like it was made for me.
"Paleeze ... Don't throw me in the washing machine .. I'll be good .. I'll give you plenty of Clean Tones just like you wanted! Just don't throw me in there!"
Telecaster with rails humbucker in bridge and Strat pup in neck. 3 way switch - Bridge Humbucker- bridge split-neck only. Hipshot drop D, all CTS pots, treble bleed, and no load tone.
If I had to pick one, this week it would be my Godin 5th Avenue Kingpin II. I've just felt like plonking away for some reason.
Either of these:
Adrian Smith? Very cool
I have more than one daily driver.
Beautiful Tele. I see the Bros Karamazov on the shelf!
This is the one that is just hanging out that I grab when I want to grab one.
Just another cheap excuse for showing some more guitar porn.
OK I'm in.
This Loar LH-300 has been my go-to for several months, probably because I didn't have a case for it so it sat out all the time in the living room. Bought it off a college kid for $185. I just got a case for it a week ago, but I like it so much it still sits out. Wonderful guitar!
For semi hollow it’s a 2018 Gibson ES 335 Traditional.
For dread it’s a 2019 Martin HD 28
For humbucker tones a 2019 PRS Custom 22
For single coils a 2019 PRS Silver Sky
But these get the most play by far. Left is a 2019 Taylor 914 and the right is a 2020 Taylor K14 Builders Edition.
I have quite a few guitars, but I like them all! I don't know which I would pick as my "daily driver", but these two just make me feel good. The first is an Ibanez ARX 140 which was only produced from 2007 through 2009 in only two colors...black or white (mine is a 2009 model, in white that has aged to an almost opaque yellow color and was actually produced as a "shredder"). For some reason I had the volume knob off when this picture was taken. The second is my almost new PRS SE Custom 22 which is light weight and ergonomically near perfect. Both are relatively simple guitars and the older I get the more I appreciate simple!!
Lately I've been playing my partscaster.
Elite neck, alder no-name body, piezo hardtail bridge.
That’s a beauty!
This guitar can do anything I need it to. It’s a sure fire choice.