Are all of your guitars the same ?

FuzzWatt

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Mostly Les Pauls. They are my favourite. Particularly a chambered model that weighs only 7 lbs, which is less than my Tele.

That said, I have owned many different models and brands. I'm toying with the idea of trying a Yamaha Revstar next.
 

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Five Les Paul’s, all different and a Stratocaster. Recently sold my Telecaster and looking to replace it with another one soon.
 

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Chiogtr4x

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Mine are all different now.

It didn't use to be this way, but years ago ( and over time, when I needed the $$),
I basically sold off anything I was not using on gigs; and that came down to the 'lesser dupilicate' guitar, and a few amps too ( nothing vintage or really valuable)

So, today, I continue with my 'no two of any style' rule, just to have all different of the guitars I've always wanted.
- Martin Dread, a Blueridge OM-28 style

- A '97 Tex-Mex Strat, a Tele Thinline, an Epi SG, and a Danelectro RI

Next up whenever ( no $$ for anything now), would probably be:
- an Epi Les Paul Special P-90's
- a nylon string w/cutaway & pickup
 

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If you have a few different guitars are all of your different guitars the same ?
Mine are , I have eight electric guitars 4 Tele's and 4 Strats.
I have had a Les Paul , SG , Jazzmaster and 3 different Ibanez and sold them all.
Does that make me a collector or a nut?
I think it just means you've figured out what you like!

I do have 3 teles: fender 52 vintage hotrod and american standard ash, and a G&L thinline; 1 ej strat; 1 gibby es330; and 2 martins. I also have on "loan" to my kids/grandkids: 3 martins, es335, 2 LPs, 1 strat, several amps..... but we all know what on "loan" means..... ;)
 

brookdalebill

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Nope.
My working guitars all have long scales lengths, and TV Jones pickups.
They either have Hipshot B benders, or Bigsbys.
My recreational guitars usually have short scales, and humbucking pickups.
I tend to like single cutaway guitars, and lighter weights are appreciated, too.
Similar perhaps, but not the same.
 

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I have one. The one in my profile pic. However, it is way different than all the other guitars I ever owned in a great way. One of the best parts is that it doesn't need electricity or batteries to operate.
 
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Dismalhead

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Gratuitous opportunity to post a music room photo. I've got two Gibson SGs, two Teles, two Strats, one Epi ES339, and three PRS SEs as the core of my stable. I'm giving the Schecter on the left to my daughter.

Like most of the posters here, all have different pickups and features except I just bought a second PRS SE Standard 24 in red, so for the first time in my life I do have two of the exact same model guitar. I'm gearing up for gigging next year and they're going to be my road guitars and I wanted them to be identical in sound and feel.

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24 track

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5 basses
-78 ricky 4001 LH tuxedo
-78 Rogue precision copy LH
-10 Jazz bass MIM LH
-Epi EB3L RH
-Kramer 5 string LH

4 Accousics
-60 raven classical
-Godin Multiac synth ready nylon string LH
-Yamaha Fg 335LH2
-Yamaha APX5LA

14 Electrics
-Epi Dot studio RH
-Epi Sheridan LH
-Epi SG LH
-Epi LTD Ed firebird 2 RH
-73 Gibson SG RH
-98 Gibson LP studio LH
-Jay Turser LP serpent LH
-Chibson LP ultima tree of life LH
-Squier Affinity Tele LH
-78 US strat LH
-96 US strat LH
- Peavey Preditor superstrat EXP Plus LH
-60's Beltone Hound dog taylor ( 4 pickups) RH
-A guitar I made (see below) dont know what to call it.LOL

a few of the same models but each one sounds very different from each other

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