Hollow, how are you? (The Hollow & Semi-Hollow owners club)

Discussion in 'Guitar Owners Clubs' started by imwjl, Jun 11, 2009.

  1. studio1087

    studio1087 Telefied Silver Supporter

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  2. cam.man67

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    My new Epi Dot Studio qualifies! Bone stock save for some chrome pickup covers.:)
     

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  3. Guitarosaur

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    I'm in with a Gibson es 335, a Ric 330W and a Ric 360/12 v64. Music sometimes needs a little bit of air to sweeten and blast out the notes!
     
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  5. juxtapolice

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    My first fully hollow body, 1986 MIJ "JHS" Epiphone Casino
     

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    My guitars. 2011 Gibson ES 339 and 2002 Gibson ES 137. Two completely different guitars that feel and sound nothing alike, which is why I love them both so much. The 137 is a new purchase, had it under a month. Its like a work of art, and I've never been able to find another that has the light burst with chrome hardware (or one with as pretty a flame as this either! Love the grain poking through).

    Im a Semi-hollow lover for sure!
     
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  8. johnbaz

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    I love semi's too but only have one for some strange reason!!

    Commodore, Made in Japan in 1970..

    It need new machines fitting as it won't stay in tune for very long, It'll be needing a refret soon too!

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    metale Tele-Meister Ad Free Member

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  10. moosie

    moosie Doctor of Teleocity Ad Free Member

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    Wow! That 137 is sweet! You've taken some nice photos of both, too. Very purty.
     
  11. hipolito

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    I have three
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  12. yeatzee

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    Thanks! Phone's sure have come a long way, im hard pressed to ever take out the DSLR's for most stuff.
     
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    Hell, even your LAWN is nice. :oops::D
     
  14. Revv23

    Revv23 Friend of Leo's

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    You try adjusting you pup height? My 335 has nylon saddles I've never tried anything else. My two Les Paul have normal ones I don't know if there's much difference. I suppose next time I restring I might flip them out real quick.
     
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  16. moosie

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    I think I've seen you in this thread already. I couldn't recall if I'd posted (I had), and just the other day, I ran across yours, too. Nice rig, again!
     
  17. Zepfan

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    I'll see your Commodore and raise with an Encore. Brother got it in 1970 used and gave it to me in 1979. First pic is what it looked like when I got it, second pic is what it looks like now.
     

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    Had to replace the neck with one from GFS. Whammy bar and case got lost. Has GFS ceramic minibird in the neck and a A5 mini-bucker in the bridge, 2 piezo under the bridge, all wired to a stereo jack. Painted Black Metalflake.
     
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    It looks a beauty Zepfan ;):cool::cool:

    My Vintage guitars used to be a part of Encore, I was told they broke away from Encore for some reason (Not sure of the reason though :( )


    John :)
     
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    I couldn't find much info about this guitar. It didn't have a serial number, just a name plate on the headstock and "Made In Japan" on the neck plate.
     
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