My Bakers Dozen As Of Today

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  1. axe4me

    axe4me Well-Known Member

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    1969 Gibson ES 335
    Knaggs Severn Tier 2
    James Trussart Steelphonic
    Gretsch G6136T-59-VS White Falcon
    Teye LaPirata
    McInturff Empress
    1971 Gibson Gold Top Les Paul Model 58
    1994 Gibson L 20 Koa
    1997 PRS CE 24
    1997 Guild JF 30
    1993 (?) Gibson ES 335 Figured Blueburst
    2001 Gibson ES 335 Figured Antique Walnut
    1995 Fender Champagne Sparkle Custom Shop Stratocaster
     
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    Certainly not a 'dirty dozen' ! How does the '69 335 compare with the other 335's ?
     
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    How does this work exactly?
    13 you play today?
    and you play a different 13 tomorrow?

    or do you play 13 for 13 days? before switching to the next 13?
     
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    axe4me Well-Known Member

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    The '69 was my first good guitar.

    It goes to the head of the class.

    The feel and sound is not for everyone.

    It has the typical late 1960's neck shape that's thin on the first few frets and then gets beefier as you fret northward.
     
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  5. axe4me

    axe4me Well-Known Member

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    Some honorable mentions:

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    brianmoorec90p1.jpg
    ricky36012.jpg
    56 LP Jr.jpg
    Champagne Sparkle Strat.jpg
     
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