Gretsch G5128 (may be close to acquiring this one)
Custom G&L Solamente
Fender Esquire with Lil 59 bridge pup
Reverend Double Agent W (may be close to this one, too)
G&L Fullerton Deluxe S500
G&L Fullerton Deluxe ASAT
Jackson Phil Collen PC1
Fender Vintera 60s with Bigsby (or other Bigsby-equipped Tele)
Nobody wants a Ric? I guess I’m an outlier but would love a Ric 4001 like chris squire but it’s no fun playing a bass at home and no band so...
A replica sg “fool”
Gretsch g612 Nashville gentleman
To go with my les Paul, strat and my 50s era specs homemade tele. What more could you need? I guess a Martin acoustic. Yeah... add that. And an acoustic 12 string. Guh. Forget it.
I have one of these - really a cool guitar and well made. I had one of the 2015 Gibson Jrs with the robotuners, etc, and really didn't care for it. The Hamer feels much better built, plays smoother and easier, and sounds very ballsy. Great guitar. They are around and not usually too much money.
I'd like my white '09 SG Custom back, my black '71 Tele thinline'. These are replaceable. Also a black LP Custom and a new LP Traditional - these are a great deal - I saw that looks like Jimmy Page's and it real light. Lastly a Heritage 535.
Then I'd never want for any guitar.
At this point when I see something that catches my eye, I put it on a list and it sits there until I lose interest.
- an American Standard Tele
- an Eastman T184MX with Lollar Imperials (Think Gibson 339 copy)
- a Martin 000-C16 (2005)
- a Les Paul Studio with SD P-Rails (gives me my P-90 fix)
- an Alvarez AC65HCE Classical
- a Fender "50's" MIM P-Bass
- a Fender '77 Champ MuchXS Morpheus Mods
- a Blues Jr. II with BillM mods and oversized pine cab
- a 5E3 clone
- a Hendrickson The Bud
- a Yamaha THX 10C
Almost any of these could be upgraded to something a little more upscale. But when I get the urge, I spend a little time with what I have and the urge goes away. (OK, I am planning on a new classical at some point, but I can't really go shopping at the moment.)
Here is the catch-phrase: Good enough is almost always good enough.