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Discussion in 'Guitars' started by Brian Krashpad, Apr 1, 2020.
Here's the lot. Have fun kids. Any questions gladly answered.
How long did it take you to stack all of this in front of your garage, and did your neighbors give you funny looks?
Nice gear BTW!
I really need to do this but I always have something else going on...nice collection of gear!
Pretty much all of Saturday. Then I discovered I was one axe short. I had lent the T-bird bass to a friend of my son's. He brought it back, but by then the light was gone. So I scootched it all back into the a garage, then brought it all back out Sunday morning for the shot.
No funny looks, my neighbors are well acquainted with my weirdness!
I could not do that where I live , Seriously awesome collection of gear !
The neighbor directly across the street from that driveway is a municipal police officer. His next door neighbor is a retired sheriff's deputy.
I am jealous and in awe that you have that type of protection for your precious gear . I always want to do stuff like that and maybe someday set up my 2 half stacks and rock out and my lady says that will attract the "wrong" kind of attention which is certainly true , but still I would love to go to town on that .
What gets played the most, second most, third most?
What doesnt get played at all?
Awsome - Beautiful collection!
I'll be right over to test drive that Kustom amp and is that an Ovation on the end?
Great pic, looks like a post card....are post cards even a thing anymore lol.
I love the padded Kustom amp. I don't care what they sound like its got style.
Me being old as dirt, I have played thru all but the last 2 amps on right... not familiar enuff to recognize from pic.
Absolutely a great line up of nice toys!
Wonderful collection Brian.
The next time we get together we'll take a picture of all of our guitars and corner the market.
Well, as to amps, I responded in the separate post in the amp forum, so I take it here you mean guitars.
What's not being played is easiest-- the basses, as right now I don't play bass in any bands. Once I get my main band up and running they will be available to that bassist for practices and/or gigs. The two guitars that get played the least are the two oldest, the Duo-Sonic and the Breadwinner. Close behind on seldom are the Ric and the butterscotch Tele, as it has '50s wiring, and the Strat.
As for most, the Gibsons, Hamer, and the Epi LPs, along with the burst Tele Special and the DeArmond Jet Star.
All the ones not mentioned are somewhere in between. That said, I do make a point of trying to intentionally rotate through and play everything except the basses.
Ol' Blue, the guitar I played at my first gig EVAH.
Early '70s USA Ovation Breadwinner. Mahogany body, 24-fret ebony board, 2 torroidal single-coil pickups, active electronics (onboard preamp, 9-volt). My main guitar for most of the '80s.
If you can fit all of the guitars into one photo - then you need more guitars. What if you break a string in the middle of a song? Take my advice buy a spare.
Thanks. The solid state head is kinda meh. The cab, however, is fantastic, has a J.B. Lansing (pre "JBL") 15". So I sometimes use the cab with other heads.
Seen here with my Sovtek MiG 50H Tube Midget:
It looks like Cheap Trick on LSD.
Too cool, thanks for close up & bio