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Discussion in 'Other Guitar Discussion' started by 3bolt79, Jul 16, 2020.
32.3%. 11 of my 34 guitars are made in America. ENJOY!!!
1 an American Les Paul. Strat and Tele MIM. Love all of them! Acoustic I have a Canadian and not sure where the classical is made. Makes no difference to me. I had an American Strat quite a while ago but the current MIM suits me well and is my number one.
1 out of 3 and it's my favorite
8/14 are MIA the rest China, Indonesia and Korea.
Oops and 1 Mexican.
3 of 10 are american made, 2 are warmoths one is a carvin.
The rest are indo/japan/china/korea/wherever
I dont look at country of origin anymore. I buy the right guitar at the right price.
40% - 2 of my 5 are usa made, a taylor acoustic and a prs classic electric.
the others are:
mik 12 string alvarez acoustic
mij ibanez prestige s
If I'm counting correctly, 26.6% USA. But that does count a two home-built instruments. I also have guitars made in China, Korea, Indonesia, Japan, and Mexico.
Hi, @3bolt79 -Buddy
Currently my 1 guitar is my Gibson Les Paul Standard 50's neck.
I would be ok with an MIM Charvel or similar too.
Just right now I am saving for amp upgrade, buddy.
Just one MIA and it rarely gets played. She is stunning....
I own 3 guitars - 2 made in USA and one made in Japan. I would never sell my Yamaha SA2200 (that's the thinking now at least).
Six out of six
Most are I guess. Still have my old Yamaha FG. Oh, and the mustang bass is MiM. Might have an Epi LP down in the basement too.
1 MIJ (couldn’t resist the new Daybreak Tele)
1 MIG (Germany)
Damn it, I’m going to get an Iceman one of these days though...
100% of 8 guitars
50% of 2 basses
North America counting Mexico and Canada all but 1 electric, 2 acoustics made in Korea.
75%. My 1988 Guild Pilot bass, 2005 Taylor 214, and 2010 American Standard Strat are all USA built. Only guitar I own that isn't is my Epiphone AJ-100ce acoustic.