Tell me which guitars I should sell

Guitars I own in order of acquisition. Need to thin the herd, what goes?

  • 1960s "Norma" (Teisco Del Ray rebadge)

    Votes: 36 41.9%
  • 1991 Squier II Strat (Korean, not Japanese)

    Votes: 52 60.5%
  • 1996 Ibanez RG470DX (H-S-H pointy guitar with double-locking whoopie bar)

    Votes: 63 73.3%
  • 2006 Fender Precision Bass Special (P/J bass with active pickups)

    Votes: 24 27.9%
  • 2008 Squier Affinity Stratocaster

    Votes: 61 70.9%
  • 2010 Squier Vintage Modified PJ Bass (P/J bass with passive pickups)

    Votes: 47 54.7%
  • Epiphone Les Paul Special P90

    Votes: 61 70.9%
  • Godin LG-SP90

    Votes: 33 38.4%
  • 2010 Gibson Les Paul Special (p90 guitar)

    Votes: 12 14.0%
  • LTD EC-1000 KOA

    Votes: 42 48.8%
  • Laguna something cheap H-H guitar

    Votes: 71 82.6%
  • 2010? MIM Telecaster

    Votes: 13 15.1%

  • Total voters
    86

Chiogtr4x

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This is just me, but I ( now, didn't used to be like this) prefer to have an assortment of cool individual ( and stock-spec) models ( one Strat, one Tele, one LP, Etc.,)
than any duplicates of a certain model.

This mind set came from my needing to sell a bunch of guitars ( over years) that just weren't getting played, and I needed the $$.
But at the same time, in moderation, I get a new ( or used) once in a while, always something different.

* also, I know not everyone plays gigs, but my other rule is
" Don't buy a guitar or amp you won't use on a gig!"
 

boxocrap

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This is just me, but I ( now, didn't used to be like this) prefer to have an assortment of cool individual ( and stock-spec) models ( one Strat, one Tele, one LP, Etc.,)
than any duplicates of a certain model.

This mind set came from my needing to sell a bunch of guitars ( over years) that just weren't getting played, and I needed the $$.
But at the same time, in moderation, I get a new ( or used) once in a while, always something different.

* also, I know not everyone plays gigs, but my other rule is
" Don't buy a guitar or amp you won't use on a gig!"
Don't buy a guitar or amp you won't use on a gig!"..ya and/or the studio
 

JL_LI

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Sell them all. Upgrade the Telecaster and the Strat. Get a Gretsch or a Gibson semi hollow. Which model depends more on you and what you play, but those three will give you all the voices you’ll need.
 

Milspec

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Seems that I am in agreement with everyone else. Your call, but the herd might be correct.
 

teletimetx

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You might keep the bass, the Gibson LP and the MIM tele. Sort of neutral position.
You got to have something to play after all that selling.
Upgrade! Then when you got your paws on something we can all be jealous about, you can tell us all thanks or:
“hey, GolfFoxtrotYankee, I loved that Teisco and have regretted selling it ever since - Uncle Cometazzi gave me that guitar!”
 

radiocaster

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Haven't voted, but would vote for all of them except the Epiphone. I might change my mind about the Norma, Godin, ESP and Laguna if I saw pics. Maybe the tele also if it's white or red.
 
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