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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by fendrguitplayr, Mar 7, 2011.
My second Pro Junior. I just really like them.
finally got a pic of the short scale Bass from the previous page's GAS....
such fun to play, too... about the size of a regular guitar ..... light&funky..... kids loved it..
I just received my new American Standard tele.
It is the ducks guts.
Squier deluxe Daphne blue strat.
Vox ac15 I got for 60 bucks from a guy who was so desperate to get out of his apartment that he was going to toss it into a dumpster so he wouldn't have to load it in the moving van.
Gfs neck. Grossly orange, rosewood grain is decent, tele shape fits no probs, $20.
I've done a couple of trades, got a new tele and a couple of pedals on the way, sampler plextortion, mad prof deep blue delay and a couple of joyo pedals (ultimate drive an sweet baby)
'77 SF Twin
Used Anderson Crowdster
TC Electronic Flashback delay & Polytune.
Barber Launch Pad, specifically to use both channels of my DRRI. Haven't had time to try it yet.
Greg Koch's book Country Guitar and Andrew DuBrock's book Total Acoustic Guitar.
I dig 'em both.
I got aTraynor Quarterhorse to use as a backup amp for gigs.
What a difference it's made to my Vintage(brand) V2 Telecaster.
Modern Player Thinline Deluxe and a Breedlove A/E.
Squier Classic Vibe Telecaster
Old thread needs reviving....Technically, my wife bought it, but she came home with an Ibanez AM73, dark walnut, in excellent condition. Normally I would say "Meh" but it actually sounds pretty good clean, pushing some gain through the bridge is really good in an Ibanez kind of way....and she was smart enough to pick it up when someone offered it for $125. Haven't decided if I'm keeping it, but at that price, it is tempting. I've spent more than that on a good drunk in my younger days.
I bought a Hercules 5 guitar stand in an attempt to instill some order in the music room. It's nicely built and ridiculously simple in design.
Blackstar HT-5R, Roadhouse strat
Wampler tape echo.