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Discussion in 'Other Guitars, other instruments' started by Brian Krashpad, Mar 30, 2020.
Here's the lot. Have fun kids. Any questions gladly answered.
cool, i thought about trying it once..it would be massive undertaking..nice pic !!
Must have not had room for the acoustics. I probably have at least that many acoustic string instruments.
Ran out of driveway. And I rarely play acoustic.
3 guitars and 3 others.
. . . and thanks for not including the pic of clothes strewn across the front lawn . . .
I don't feel like I'm excessive now.
Wow, that’s overwhelming... I want to get rid of stuff...
Nice collection. I just showed this to my wife and told her, if you think I’ve got too much gear, check out this guys collection. All I got was this
My only question is, “where do you keep it all”?
You must live in that garage. The whole dang house is full of guitars!
Seriously though, nice collection.
second question. Of everything you are showing us if you could only keep one amp and one guitar, which and why?
Nah, Mrs. Krashpad is a saint.
Happy to be the bad example.
Well, the amps are all kept in the garage. The guitars in the house. We have one of those high colonial-type rice beds, and I can get about 20 guitars under it, if I do it just right.
That last question is impossible, of course. The '60 Duo-Sonic has the most emotional connection, even though it was never a gigging guitar; it was my first electric, and my dad refinished it. The Ovation Breadwinner, Ol' Blue, was my first gigging guitar, my main axe through the '80s. Of the more recent ones, the cherry Hamer Special, honeyburst LP Classic, and TV Yellow LP Special Doublecut are at the top.
For amps, probably the Sovtek, followed by the '67 dual-cabbed Fender Super Reverb, although the Kustom has the most emotional attachment, personal history-wise.
I like it
It would be fun to put mine together like that but living in a condo the thought of having to rearrange two rooms is enough to curb that little shot of enthusiasm.
Whoa! Is that a Sunn Solaris??!!
Yeah, this took the better part of a weekend, all told.
Earlier. Pre-'69 200S.
Nice collection, beautiful pics!
Always a sucker for the Kustom blue sparkle tuck and roll cabinets and heads. Nice collection!
I like the Mosrite bass & the Blue Kustom.