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Discussion in 'Other Guitars, other instruments' started by heltershelton, Sep 15, 2016.
Don't have a pic, but in my case it has to be my PV52.
Depends which side of the bed I get out of in the morning!
This begs the question "favourite for what?".
Anyway, I'll nominate this.
My daughter bought it for Oz$65 from the local hock shop, it only weighs about 5 1/4 lb, and it is in excellent functional and cosmetic condition. The only things I have done are a set up and some cosmetic and minor functional changes such as reshaping the Peavey headstock and and blocking the trem. The pickups are very good, even by my exacting standards.
Ho-ly s#!t that is beautiful.
My52RI by nosuch posted Oct 6, 2016 at 9:17 PM
Love my Gibson Les Paul Standard however due to a couple of spinal surgeries this awesome Gibson SG Standard T Ebony that weighs 6lbs. 10ozs. is a really great substitute.
I saw that post with the 69 lefthanded guitars- they all looked pretty much off the rack to me!! My 2 lefty tele's are total custom jobs- the look it & sound amazing- (thanks Cavalier pickups)!
Tele Partscaster (4 pos switch, Texas Specials)
('86 Contemporary Strat)
It's 1a, 1b, and 1c for me. '85 Schecter PT (or Saturn, or whatever you want to call it), '85 MIJ Strat, and '13 John-Lennon Inspired Epiphone Casino.
Brother of https://static1.squarespace.com/sta...2305/1447216752994/Keith-Richards-w-Cobra.jpg ?
This one… and yes, it’s got a 6-saddle bridge and I wish she had a 3-saddle vintage-style bridge, but she’s such a great tele
You said favorite not most purty
I'll narrow it down to two. 2003 Gibson Historic '56 "Stinger" and '66 Epiphone Riviera.
The holy trinity!
Acoustic: center left. Alectric: left.