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Discussion in 'Other Guitars, other instruments' started by noah330, Jun 28, 2019.
You have an ES-295. You're my hero.
My ‘70 Les Paul.
I have three "genuine" Gibsons: a Les Paul Standard AAA top Trans Amber, a Les Paul Special Jr P90s, and an ES-339 Studio.
I was excited about them when I bought them.
I don't play any of them much any more, as I just prefer Fenders.
BUT, if I had to pick one of those that I enjoy more than the other two, it would be the ES-339. It is lightweight and just a bit larger than a Les Paul, which makes it more enjoyable for me to play sitting down.
All-in-all, though... give me a Tele first and a Strat VERY close behind that. Gibsons, PRS, etc. are sort of meh-to me. Nice, but not my favorites.
My 2017 Gibson SG Standard right after I brought it home and my six month old Gibson Les Paul Traditional.
I do love me a nice Gibson...
I guess his name must be Gibson, but you're only supposed to post if you are really him.
I have only one, bought in 1980 2nd hand : my 1st guitar...
My 30 year obsession with the 300 series landed here.
Back row L-R
64 EB2, 59 335, 68 335 12, 63 345
Front row L-R
68 Trini, 64 335, 60 355, 62 330
My ‘74 Deluxe - slightly modified
My two 355's. I have another 335 Fatneck and a 330L, but no decent pics!
SO many ... ‘96 Nighthawk, ‘96 All American II, ‘08 Studio, ‘16 Explorer, ‘19 DC Jr. Tribute, ‘19 ES-235 ... but my new fave is this:
Oh my! I have a hard time convincing my wife that I need all 7 of my guitars because they are all different. No way she’d ever allow me to have 8 of “the same” guitar
Niel? Is that you?
Does this count?
1912, originally owned by David Crosby.
That's a beauty. I need to see if I have a pic of my mando.
Yes, I do. 1918 Gibson A