Good Guitars.......But You Sold Them

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  1. axe4me

    axe4me Well-Known Member

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    Pair of '01 Gibson Historic '59 LP Specials w/consecutive serial #'s:

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    The Alessandro and Marshall cab are still here.
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    axe4me Well-Known Member

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    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^ The black Guild Bluesbird was probably the best.
     
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    Trident Well-Known Member

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    Ooooooof! :drool:
     
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    pedecamp Well-Known Member

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    American Tele in mint condition I hated the tone and didnt care to go down the rabbit hole looking for the right pickups for it, I just didnt like the guitar enough to bother. Put the money towards my SV20H, much better investment! :yesway:
     
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    My black Musicman StingRay 5 bass with maple neck.
     
  6. lonewolfsx

    lonewolfsx Well-Known Member

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    I still really regret this one... a 2006 Kramer Baretta 85 Reissue. It was totally mint, not a scratch with original case and everything, made in Nashville TN at the Gibson plant.

    I sold it because I couldn't really get along with the bare neck. If this had been glossy I would've kept it forever and been buried with it. If I ever got it back I'd consider having it professionally resprayed to a gloss lacquer, as much as I dislike irreversibly modifying guitars. What's funny is I have a bunch of real Kramers from the era this is a reissue of, and they all have pretty glossy necks, I've only ever had one with the bare neck (which was a custom order option back then). I wish they had reissued a standard production model instead of one with ultra-rare specs.

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    Wildeman Well-Known Member

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    I've been through a bunch, a few come to mind that i probably shoulda kept. '66 Epi Riviera, '57 Tele, two Bakelite Rick's, Martin's, Gibson's............jeez......bleak! I have some real cool Silvertone's and a Memphis though:rolleyes:
     
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    04' American standard strat
    Partscaster consisting of jumbo refretted 74' USA strat neck MIJ Alder Body and CS pups(Best strat Ive played/owned bar none)
    75' neck on 79' Stratocaster another nice axe put hated the body contours.
    25th Anniversary Strat
    2004 Lespaul Jr/melody maker cool axe and appearantly limited production.
     

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