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Discussion in 'Other Guitars, other instruments' started by heltershelton, Sep 15, 2016.
No, its a Fender Blues Junior Lacquered Tweed
What I’ve been playing the most lately, is this... thing. It’s a collection of Squier parts left over from modding other guitars. Well, and an Artec A5 bridge pup and some sorta handmade Strat pickup in the neck... It’s all Squier stuff, though. It does everything I want it to, it sounds good, it stays in tune well.
This is my FrankenPRS. Only the body / neck, bridge, and pickguard are original. Hipshot tuners, Duncan pickups, new shielding and electronics, Hipshot B/G/drop D bender.
It's honestly all I want to play right now.
IMG_20180311_215445 by tfarny posted Mar 11, 2018 at 10:27 PM
I have 3 that are my favorites. The ones on the left.
I have the same guitar (assuming it’s an American standard) in the same color. It’s amazing.
Ow, my former favorite has fallen victim of my newly acquired OCD for old-style teles and I replaced her with an AVRI 52 (see avatar). But she was/is indeed a beautiful tele and her new owner is a happy camper!
Lately it's been this one.
I was always told Yamaha makes good guitars, now I have proof positive.
My Mule, no question.
I played one of these at Smash and was impressed. Wished I was in the market. Is yours heavy? Great color scheme.
This Telecaster is a knockout. It does everything I ask of it. Just a great all-around electric guitar. Not bad to look at, either......
Out of my several electrics and couple of acoustics... my favorite (sounding, feeling, playing, and looking) guitar... the one I find myself picking up and playing the most is my Squier Classic Vibe 60's Custom tele with Cavalier pickups. I have guitars that retail for 2-4 times as much, but that one is still my favorite!
This is my favorite... today.
After a pickup swap, this is my favorite:
Schecter 30th anniversary tempest with a Seymour Duncan 59 in the neck (stock) and DiMarzio super distortion (recent, after market).
Haven't put it on a scale but yeah there is a little heft to it,however it's so nicely balanced that it isn't really noticeable.
Feels right, sounds amazing, looks cool...this is the one.
Fiesta Red's Main Axe by Fiesta Red posted Oct 16, 2017 at 9:39 PM
Depends on your definition of "favorite." For me, I guess that translates into the one that has the most sentiment attached to it. The one guitar out of my ten that I am most sentimental about is one that never leaves the house anymore, so while I never gig with it, nor does it necessarily get the most play every day, my "favorite" is my 1983 Japanese vintage Hohner G940. All solid woods: spruce top, mahogany back & sides, mahogany neck, ebony fretboard, rosewood bridge, maple bindings and inlays. I've had her for 35 years, she's literally gone with me half way around the world and back.
Which favorite guitar? I can't choose.
Today it's this one. Tomorrow who knows?
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