You can only have one brand of guitar but as many as you’d like.

Discussion in 'Other Guitars, other instruments' started by gitold, Jun 28, 2020.

  1. gitold

    gitold Poster Extraordinaire

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    Gibson for me. How about you. Acoustics, bass, electric but only one brand.
     
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    24 track Doctor of Teleocity Silver Supporter

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    Ron Kirn, dynamite
    or
    John Backlund, Epicly cool
     
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    Oh, this is good. Right now, off the top of my head, I would have to say Gretsch.
     
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    Versatility, playability, serviceability, spectrum of models ... oh, and what site are you on? Fender ... Hello?? Git real before you gitold! :lol::D:D:D:D
     
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    Schecter. All the things.
     
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    Fiesta Red Friend of Leo's

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    Fender...and all it’s subsidiaries, :p
     
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    Fender for sure hands down but I feel like I would be compromising hard on the acoustic side
     
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    Gretsch....
    Which is owned by Fender.....
    So Fender!
     
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    Hamer US made
     
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    Since you didn't define new or used - Gibson. And I'd carefully dole out 'bursts and 50's 335's, explorers, Flying V's, prewar J-200's, L-5's and others to select players on a whim after cornering the market.:lol:
     
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    gitold Poster Extraordinaire

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    Remember you need an acoustic too.
     
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    That would be true, but in my case it wouldn't matter as I have no interest in acoustics.
     
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    Guild, for sure.

    Love their electrics and swear by their acoustics. Never actually tried a Guild bass, but I'm sure it'd be amazing.
     
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    I've never heard of a company called FenderMartin, so I'm not playing...
     
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    tfarny Friend of Leo's

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    Gibson for sure! The acoustics would be the deciding factor.
     
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    I would choose a brand that offers everything from classic vintage designs to modern designs. Gibson style, Fender Style, guitars and basses.

    So maybe Ibanez or Harley Benton.
     
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    Yep. Far down on my list of qualifiers.
     
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    Gibson.
    I love em’ mostly as art/sculpture.
    Les Pauls, SG’s, Firebirds, ES 335-355s, L5s, Super 400s, Hummingbirds, J200s, J185s, Advanced Jumbos, C&W models, and Southern Jumbos all look incredible, IMO.
     
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    Fretting out Friend of Leo's

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    I’d have to go with fender, that’s what I’m surrounded with and play the most

    I’m just a single coil type guy

    I guess I could put single coils in all the Gibsons

    If they have to remain stock then fender for sure, plus with fender you have mij , mim , mic, and USA
     
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    What a trolling question!!! :rolleyes:

    Ok, I’ll play- Glarry Music.

    Ok, I guess I’m not really playing :p

    (C’mon..Fendah!! Wicked Pissah!!)
     
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