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Discussion in 'Telecaster Discussion Forum' started by Kloun, Jan 25, 2019.
It wouldn't matter
My wife would still be mad because I didn't save her first!
I'm insured, it's just stuff.
Both for obvious reasons. (And yes, I do carry these together all the time.)
Bingo. None of my guitars are vintage or rare - they are all replaceable. I'm not risking life and limb for easily replaceable stuff.
my son's guitar -
he died in 2000 just before he turned 17 - that guitar is my most prized possession - there is only 1 guitar in this entire world that he played and loved -
everything else is just 'stuff' and can be replaced -
If my guitars have all survived the flames coming off these burning fingers, they can survive a measly little house fire!!,,,bra ha ha
Sorry to hear about your Son @po-boy
She said baby
If it came between me and BB King which one would you choose?
I said baby how can I decide
I've never heard you play th Blues
I would save the most valuable guitar no matter how much I hated it.
the one the babys holding onto?
My Jim Hutchins built L5
Already have a plan for that since I'm 35 feet or so above ground level. The guitars will make it but my amps are toast.
In 1982 I bought my first guitar..
I still have it.. a 1968 Gibson Les Paul Custom Black Beauty. I'd have to grab it first.
Hard choice which begs the question is there electricity on this Island? Here are my choices: Tele partscaster, Gibson Firebird or my trusty Epiphone mastercraft j-45 copy.
The easy choice would be the Tele as this is a Telecaster forum but I'm really liking my weird it's a Firebird but its more like a super SG Gibson atm but, if its an Island with no professor to rig a bicycle powered generator or coconut tube amp I would have to say the Epi. I'm so confused. Wait a minute you said a fire man my oldtimers disease is kicking in nevermind I'll take the Gibson.
I actually had a fire in my house 5 1/2 years ago. I lost most of my personal stuff. I didn’t have a chance to go in and save anything - firefighters were already there by the time I got home and they don’t let you enter.
I didn’t play much then, and only had one old guitar. Luckily it was in a case and very far from main part of fire.
There was smoke damage to the case but 73 LPC was fine.
Oh and by the way, just because you have insurance don’t assume they’ll pay.
Real life isn’t like the TV commercials.
I had to litigate for almost three years to get part of what insurance should have paid.
I'd leave the Tele's, they'd probably survive unscathed.
Most likely I'd grab this one - it's the most versatile
Tough choice. I think it would be either this one:
Or this one:
1975 Mossman Flint Hills
If you're a Mossman fan, you'll know the significance of "pre-fire."
This one was in progress at the time of the fire.
So I don't think I could leave it in another fire.