How many guitars?

Spudly

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Something over 60.
This was taken in 2007 and plenty more have been added since then. Twelve from this photo are now gone. I simply quit taking pictures of everything. Maybe I should for insurance purposes or something?
 

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e44crowe

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I regularly struggle with gas vs the want to keep the horde lean and mean.

Currently three electrics (Tele, 335, LP) one 12-string acoustic and one small body six string acoustic.

So 5 total.
 

Happy Enchilada

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I currently have four; an acoustic, a Strat, and two Teles. I am looking to sell one of the Teles. So, I guess I have one more than I need / want.

Welcome!

Now THERE'S a man who has gets the "herd thinning" thing! Kudos Unixfish! 🙂

I am down to 4 electrics, 3 acoustics, and 2 amps.
Also 1 guitar and 1 amp on consignment and hope to liquidate soon.
When I cash out, I may get a "desktop" size practice amp and maybe one "holy grail" electric. Maybe.
Or more likely, save my GAS money and take that trip to Nashville and Gatlinburg and Dollywood that Mrs. Enchilada and I have on the agenda for this summer (I hear they have guitars for sale there). ;)

Ah, the joys of traveling light! 😼
 

ProfessorTele

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Not nearly enough!

2 acoustics (Taylor 214 and baby Taylor)
5 electrics:
2021 Fender American Pro II Telecaster
2020 Ron Kirn T-style
1987 Fender MIJ Paisley Telecaster (Purchased new and after years of gigging and upgrades, may be the finest playing Tele on earth! For me, at least)
2007 PRS McCarty with P-90s
2012 Gibson Les Paul

1 bass guitar (Squire classic vibe precision)

Amps:
Mesa Boogie Rectoverb 25 combo
Matchless Lightning Reverb combo
Maz 18 Jr Reverb Head & matching 1×12 cab
1980s (Rivera era) Super Champ
 

Adirondack46

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Guitars Oldest to newest.

Washburn Acoustic
Ovation Acoustic
Ibanez GiO Electric
Ibanez 12 string
GFS Xavier LP 510 Lemon Drop
Fender Acustasonic Jazzmaster
Yamaha CSF-TA Transacoustic
Glarry Tele
GLarry Strat
Glarry Bass
Glarry Violin (don't do it)
Epiphone SG (Cheap-o Chinese model)
GFS Xavier LP 510 Tortoise burst (Broken Neck Repair)
GFS Xavier LP 500 Black (Broken Neck Repair)
GFS Xavier LP 500 Blueberry Burst (Broken Neck Repair)
GFS Xavier LP 500 (Surf Green) (Broken Neck Repair)
GFS Xavier LP 510 Natural (Broken Neck Repair)
GFS Xavier LP 500 Lemon Drop (Broken Neck Repair)
GFS Xavier LP 510 Clear Gloss (Broken Neck Repair)

Amps Oldest to newest.

Roland Cube 30 X
Boss Katana Boss Katana-100/212 MkII
Stage Right by Monoprice 15-Watt
Fishman Loudbox Artist
Fender Mustang Micro (honorable mention)


And... A pic of a couple Xavier Neck repairs.

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donrichfan

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6 tele style with various pickup configurations, to include a beloved Esquire.
2 Gretsch - one newer Japanese 6620 and a ‘63 6120
1 Strat (still can’t completely bond with a Strat)
1 Old beater Hohner acoustic that I love. Surprisingly good guitar.

I sold a beautiful jet glo Ric 360 years ago that I Kind of wish I still had. I may jump if I can find a nice one one of these days.

I’ve posted plenty of photos in the past. Maybe I’ll get around to it some other time.
 

RodeoTex

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I work for a school district that has a very nice auditorium. I've often thought of setting up the choir risers and recreating my own low budget version of that well-known Joe Bonamassa photo - except I don't have that many guitar stands.
Maybe some weekend I'll just take them all over there, lay them out on the floor and take a picture from the catwalk.
 

G.Rotten

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I have like 13 guitars consisting of 3 acoustics, 9 electrics, 1 mandolin and 1 lap steel, 4 electric guitar amps and 1 acoustic guitar amp. Only 3 of the electrics work though, the rest my guitar teacher had in his basement that he wanted to fix up to sell to a student who needed a guitar but he didn't have the time to fix them so I've got a lot of project guitars to keep me busy! Please share some of your guy's guitars and gear too!
A little over 30. Mostly Teles and Strats with some Gibsons, Epiphones and Godin. No acoustics.
 

widefault

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Let me look at the spreadsheet... oh, oh my.

Well here's the rack with the SGs and Wilshires
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Here's one with most of the Teles
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Here's a rack of ones on their way to storage or sale
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And here's one that used to be just an Yngwie-pile against some amps and the stack of (full) cases to the left. There's another Yngwie-pile behind those.
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So, is "lots" a number?
 




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