You Get Two Guitars

Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by SonicDiveBomb, Jan 22, 2015.

  1. Wrong-Note Rod

    Wrong-Note Rod Poster Extraordinaire

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    les paul

    strat with tele bridge pickup
     
  2. fatcat

    fatcat Friend of Leo's

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    Gibson ES 335
    Gibson J35
     
  3. Ted M

    Ted M Tele-Afflicted

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    Tele and a Les Paul. Hopefully I would have a neighbor with a Strat, a Gretcsh, and an ES175 that I could borrow once in a while!
     
  4. picknfool

    picknfool Tele-Holic

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    Nashville Tele and 335- got 'em
     
  5. rocking rooster

    rocking rooster Tele-Holic

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    1) a Tele (that's the easy one)

    2) either a 335 or a Ric 12str depending on my mood. (today it's definitely the Ric but tomorrow it could be the Gibson)
     
  6. Lobomov

    Lobomov Friend of Leo's

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    tele
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  7. Tommy Biggs

    Tommy Biggs Friend of Leo's

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    2 Electrics - Tele and a Les Paul (man I'd miss the Strat whammy)

    only 2 of any type - Martin OM and Tele
     
  8. wildkat-bob

    wildkat-bob Tele-Afflicted

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    A custom made Tele body style with mini humbuckers, "which I will be making this spring". And something with P90's.
     
  9. Catawompus

    Catawompus Tele-Meister

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    Two G&L guitars, but the choice would be hard. Probably my ASAT Classic Buttterscotch Blonde and my S-500 Signature, but then... love my Tribute Deluxe too (and my PRS Custom and Gibson Les Paul Custom from the early nineties)... You can never have enough guitars...
     
  10. Gibsongrrl

    Gibsongrrl TDPRI Member

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    If we're talking electrics only then my ES-137 and USA '52 RI tele.
    If we're talking all guitars then my ES-137 and Gibson Country Western.
     
  11. Tazz3

    Tazz3 Friend of Leo's

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    Les Paul and strat
     
  12. Tony Done

    Tony Done Friend of Leo's

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    I play about 50:50 slide and fingerpicking, slide only on electrics so:

    My Bourgeois MS Sig. Not ideal, but as close to an all-rounder as I have played.

    For the electric, a 2*P90 Warmoth chambered hardtail bitsa.
     
  13. Hellmark

    Hellmark Tele-Holic

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    My Gretsch 5420 and the telecaster I plan on building next.

    Solid poplar body, rosewood fretboard, transparent red finish. Filter'tron in the neck position, reverse wound lipstick tube mid pickup, and tele bridge pickup. Individual toggles for each pickup on stainless control panel. Pearl white pickguard. Vintage style bridge with ashtray cover. Grover Minirotomatics with pearl pegs. Jim Dunlop Strap Locks. Nice wide padded Levy leather strap.
     
  14. Deckard

    Deckard Tele-Afflicted

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    HSS strat and a Les Paul
     
  15. Thinlineggman

    Thinlineggman Tele-Afflicted

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    I already have those 2 guitars:

    Squier CV thinline. Heavily modified and absolutely perfect for me in every way.

    Norman dreadnought acoustic. No mods, because it was perfect when I bought it!

    These two guitars would cover pretty much anything I would ever need musically, guitar-wise (other than bass, but that's a different thread).
     
  16. DannyStereo

    DannyStereo Poster Extraordinaire

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    I'm loving my CV Thinline. Only mod is a 4 way switch.
     
  17. knopflerfan

    knopflerfan Tele-Afflicted

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    If it's only two electric guitars - an HSS Strat and a high-end Ibanez HSH.
    If it's only two guitars period - an HSS Strat and a high-end Taylor, Santa Cruz, Collings, or Martin acoustic.
     
  18. Beachbum

    Beachbum Friend of Leo's

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  19. Dismalhead

    Dismalhead Poster Extraordinaire

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    I already have mine, my American Tele and my American Strat (HSS). There's a few others that I'd miss on occasion, but realistically I can do almost everything with those two Fenders.
     
  20. Divine Thinline

    Divine Thinline Tele-Holic

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    This 1st one (Fender American Deluxe Thinline Telecaster in 3-Color Sunburst) is the tele of my dreams that I recently got & love. It has everything I demanded in my "custom" tele & more. I wasn't gonna go without it being a tele that was made of Ash, was a Thinline & (quite obviously) sounded great. With that checked off, the noiseless pickups & pickup switch option(s) are nice too. The beautiful pickguard, binding & locking case just make it all the sweeter &, therefore, 1 of my 2 pics here.

    http://www.sweetwater.com/store/detail/TeleADT3T
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    Of course I'd want not only an SG (like I've had before) but one that was REALLY special. Going thru the Gibson Custom shop for a Maestro Standard Reissue would definitely provide all the "crunch" & divebombing I'd ever need/desire. I haven't yet played a Maestro Standard Reissue or paid that much on 1 Guitar but it would be the SG of my dreams that would easily be my 2nd choice. Check it out!

    http://www.sweetwater.com/store/detail/SGSR4VOFCNM
     
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