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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by fendrguitplayr, Mar 7, 2011.
$175 blowout at L&M
I recently bought a genuine Fender American Standard Telecaster lefty which I really hope lives up to all that I have read on this forum.
I have to wait until the next Fender shipment arrives in Australia in a few weeks.
Orange Micro Terror. Had a 15% off coupon and a $20 gift card.
Sounds awesome through a Made in the UK Marshall cab that I converted from a damaged amp that my son-in-law gave me.
Vox AC15C1 combo
and PRS SE Bernie Marsden.
Sweet! Wish I could come across such a great and affordable cab solution for mine!
A Taylor GS Mini, Gretsch Silver Falcon and a Strymon Mobius/Timeline.
Gibson SG Special 60's Tribute (really long name), had to have nut work done on it to make it playable.
Nice! I like that.
Reminds me of the Pete Townshend SG except for the bridge. Too bad about the extra nut work needed on it.
Ibanez Echo Shifter
Just found a Fender RI tube reverb in tweed at the local thrift store! Brought it home, cleaned it up and it works perfectly.
Comebackkid... that MP Strat looks way too similar to my American Standard limited edition FSR Hand-Stained Ash HSH:
Anyway, today I went and bought a new acoustic (Taylor 114CE). Ok it isn't the top line US made Taylor, but it plays so nice and the sound just seems to boom from Taylor acoustics. Couldn't resist. It's been an expensive month for me.
Butter scotch ASAT classic tribute model from GC on Friday. They had just got it in on trade and the price was irresistable. Could not believe how nice this guitar played and sounded
Haha apart from the body-wood & type of finish; the similarities are striking
That MP is made from mahogany and done in a beautiful Crimson Red Transparent.
Behringer SE200 spectrum enhancer.
Heck it was 10 bucks
Snark. In basic black. Pure tuning excitement.
A used 50s Road Worn Tele. I actually don't care much for reliced gear, but this was such a player, and it came with some cool extras. I'm digging the heck out of it!
Still, first time on stage with it will be weird because of the relicing. I'm sure I'll get over it.
iRig input so I could take my guitar on family vacation and play through my iPad. I can play through a fender cab or a Marshall. Never played a Marshall before. I rawk! I could pony up for some pedals and effects but they are $2.99 each. Boo.
A Boss AC-3 Acoustic Simulator...
These Duncan Phat Cat pickups.