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PostPosted: Sun Mar 18, 2007 11:04 pm 
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Holy crap I love this axe!!! (That's why I have four pictures of it!) :P
The colour of the rosewood is as it is in pictures 2 and 3, and not like it's in 1 and 4. COMPRENDE? :lol: (Don't ask)

The finish might look extremely grey, but the guitar looks black if there's weak lighting. It's because of the flash it looks so bright.
I don't have a group picture... And besides, the model 3 is laying in bits all over the place! :D
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Ibanez RG 2550 Prestige with tremol-no and schaller straplocks
Charvel Model 3 in bits (as per date)
Charvel Model 2, backup guitar
Caparison Horus Black Night, Schaller straplocks are of course installed.

The amp is an ENGL Screamer, with the über-expensive footboard... What a pricey lump of metal, jeez... :D


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Just thought I'd share some gear pictures as I am new here. Great to meet other gear lovers! :)

My wife and I have 15 Guitars in our collection. 6 Classicals and 9 Electrics.

Here is a picture of my favourite Electric

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It is a Gretsch Brian Setzer 6120 Hot Rod . The clarity is something else.

Here is a poser picture (I don't have one of it on it's own..sorry) but it is my Rik Middleton hand made model. I endorse this guys guitars they sound like silk

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Here is my wife Suzie practising on our SG Platinum. In the background is another Guitar I am very fond of, a Gibson M3 Custom Shop Deluxe

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This guitar is a customized Gibson Les Paul Studio. It has 57 Classic humbuckers and custom hardware and pickguard. It really rocks too

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Here is a picture from last year
(including my favourite Tony johnson Classical)

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Here is my 2 favourite amps..Little and Large :)
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I'll post my pics in a couple days when I get to my jam spot...

Right now I use:

1992 Gibson Les Paul Standard(sunburst)
2005 Gibson SG Standard(cherry)
2003 Art and Lauthrie Acoustic

Marshall JMP1 Pre amp
Carvin DCM 1500 Power Amp
Marshall 1960 4 x 12 cabinet

Boss TU2 Tuner
Boss NS2 Noise Suppressor
Boss PS2 Pitch Shifter/Delay
Boss DD3 Digital Delay
Boss BF2 Flanger


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hey Matthew, i see you've got an epiphone valve junior in one of those pics. i've heard you praising it on a few other threads, so what does it sound like...


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Hi Rice pudding

here are some clips when I got it. It is a great value and great qaulity practice amp!

The valve junior on clean
http://media.putfile.com/Valve-Junior-Clip-1

The valve junior with a Boss MD2 with gain on 6
http://media.putfile.com/Valve-Junior-Clip-2

The valvue junior cranked up full
http://media.putfile.com/Valve-Junior-Clip-3

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thanks :D
i've been curious about this amp since i first caught sight of one in a shop, i had a sneaking suspicion they were good little performers!


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hey Tommy ...
I've been looking at an Edwards LP(or possibly a GrassRoot one) :)
How much did that one cost you ? :)


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$829 for the guitar with shipping from Japan. Brand spankin' new. Mahogany body and neck, ebony fretboard, SD SH-4 and SH-1n pickups, MOP inlays and logo, set-neck with long tenon, and gold hardware... ALOT of guitar for your money! And, besides, it looks great.

The hardware weren't shiny when I got it btw. It was kind of matte... So i just took some naptha-thingy, and made it shiny. Obviously ESP just finishes the hardware, as it's originally shiny!


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i've been in contact with a dealer from japan
that has the GrassRoots guitars.

I've mainly been looking at this one ...

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a goldtop LP always has a special place in my heart :)


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Hi. I've been lurking for a while and finally found a topic I could intelligently reply to.

I have quite a few Jackson Rhoads guitars - mostly LTD's, but also some PCS's and misc. instruments. Here's a picture of some, the rest can be seen on my website. Rhoads rules!

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i thought i was looking at a store inventory. that's a pretty awesome collection brett.


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Seeing them side by side like that, you can really tell how different some of them are. Sweet collection!
i can see one with a floyd :D


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Seeing them side by side like that, you can really tell how different some of them are. Sweet collection!
i can see one with a floyd :D


me too ;)


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