Given the popular Marty Stuart thread, I thought it would be a good time to ask how many vintage guitars do you own? Do they play better than your new guitars? Let's use the antique dealer standard of vintage being older than 25 but less than 100 years for this exercise since "vintage guitar" isn't well defined, often being in the eye of the beholder (aka buyer or seller). So, for this thread, anything made before 1995 counts. I have 7. A 1963 Strat. From the early 70's, I have a Yamaha hollow body, Hohner Contessa classical, Epiphone FT-130, Global (Harmony) H-801. A 1988 Kramer Ferrington. And, lastly, a 1993 MIM Fender Duosonic. As for playing, yes, the Strat is very nice although the frets are a bit worn now. The Contessa is beat up but sounds good. I've restored the H-801 and use it for slide a lot. I rarely play the others. Whatcha got?