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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by DLReed, Nov 21, 2020.
It would be interesting to view photos of all of your gear together:
Not physically possible.
That would be a all day job for me, and a wide angle lens
Would be tricky for me too and some of it might look a bit scary too.
4 rooms plus.
Cannot be practically done.
It would be an all day affair and I don't have enough space in here to get a good pic
I dont have alot, but all mine wont fit. I have a picture of what I used the last time I had a few hours to record though:
Thought itd be cool to take a picture of what I used since it's so seldom that I have time to use more than one amp in a sitting. Those are my favorites.
I typically dont lug the 75 downstairs, so the amps in one spot is quite uncommon.
I could probably get most of my stuff in 4to5 shots, with cramming and such.
How bout a miscellaneous amp pile, just so's i can say i contributed.
Need wide angle, wait a minute..panorama
I don’t have enough guitar stands or places to put them. And combo amps don’t stack well.
Hmmm, I might be able to pull it off if I get a few guitar stands out of the attic, plus you would get to see the world's smallest unfinished recording studio. My wife might have a wide enough angle lens to catch it all in such a small room.
Can't be done. To much stuff, not enough space in a room.
I thought the same thing, I’d need to set em all out in the open and stand back a good bit to fit them all in
That would mean dragging those not played (all of them currently) out and posing them and I just don’t have the inclination or desire right now. The worlds situation is starting to wear on me
I don't think I have a room big enough or the power to resist replying to the whole collector over player crowd. I've never earned more than a $55,000 yearly take home pay during my lifetime. I'm a Union guy working for a utility. I just love writing songs and the electric and acoustic guitar and synthesizers and married a woman whole loves me and grants me permission to fulfill my dreams. Over a dozen axes averaging over $2000 each and eight amps averaging around the same $2000. Synths, recording equipment, drum machines, and probably over 50 pedals in house averaging $250.00+ per pedal. I am not rich. I probably earn less than most members my age. We don't take vacations. Our kids are grown and our grandchildren are almost grown. We live in a mobile home and are happy there. We've never even considered paying $40,000 for a set of wheels. The most expensive home we ever lived in had a purchase price of $41,900. My wife has her collections and I have my guitars. We're happy. We know other folks prefer big homes with grass that is greener than the other side, fancy ass cars or silly expensive $60,000 pickup trucks to drive around the city and never get used for there purpose, etc., etc. We don't hold this against you. Congratulations on having exactly what you want. Yet ..... you'd be surprised and how many forums and forum members who over the years who have dissed me for going the extra mile to achieve my guitar dreams. If you earn a take home of over $100,000 a year you could own virtually twice what I own if your reverence for the electric guitar was equal to mine. Many people own boats. We've never owned one. Many people own lake houses or beach front property. Nope. Never have. I don't own a suit. My wife and I don't eat at places that charge over $40.00 per plate on the best days and are quite happy having a meal at IHop or Dennys. It's not about us having money because we don't have any more than anyone else. It's about what we choose to spend our money own.
It's a tough ask for you guys with tons of gear. But easy-peasy for me. Here's my electrics.
Like You said.
With all due respect, it makes me feel like a Braggart when I do things like that.
I will see about putting something up just for fun.
Not something I want the wife to see...