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PostPosted: Tue Sep 18, 2007 4:59 pm 
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i thought i was looking at a store inventory. that's a pretty awesome collection brett.

+1 :shock:

Great collection there! 8)


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Thanks. There's actually 2 floyded LTD's in the mix, 5 V trems, and one prototype built by Mike Shannon using the original templates. I've been collecting LTD's for years and built up a pretty large group of them and PCS models.

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your website is unreal.


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your website is unreal.

I agree. WOW!

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brett8388 wrote:
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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hey brett8388,

you crazy man, you need to calm down :shock: ... your my kinda guy :wink:

i presume your not married, otherwise you must have a very nice women to let you get away with having all them :D


p.s. im buying another guitar this week i'll let you all know bout it when i get it.


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[quote="rice_pudding"]hey brett8388,

you crazy man, you need to calm down :shock: ... your my kinda guy :wink:

i presume your not married, otherwise you must have a very nice women to let you get away with having all them :D

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No, I am, but she doesn't get to hold my wallet like some married couples I know.

Thanks for the compliments. I'm looking for more EVH Music Man guitars if anyone has or knows of one available. I have enough Jacksons at the moment.

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[quote="brett8388
No, I am, but she doesn't get to hold my wallet like some married couples I know.

Thanks for the compliments. I'm looking for more EVH Music Man guitars if anyone has or knows of one available. I have enough Jacksons at the moment.[/quote]

lucky in love then :D

seriously though why so many? you must really like the design huh?


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i just got a new classical guitar on friday. Its a cruiser jc 45e electro classical to be more specific. I got it for £125 (since im a regular customer :wink: ).

i bought it for use at university as i dont want to risk my antonio lorca. I first played it in the same shop where i got my antonio lorca and it was so good i almost got it then. For such a cheap guitar its amazing. It plays as well as instruments costing nearly twice as much and the tone is not far off either. And the workmanship is better than my epiphones :shock:

if your thinking of playing classical i would fully reccomend this as a first instrument.

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http://www.saturnmusic.net/catalog/imag ... _jc55e.jpg


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congratulations Mr pudding!

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Matthew wrote:
congratulations Mr pudding!


thanks!

its defineatly one of my smarter purchases.


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Sorry about the horrible quality on the pic, my digicam is waaaaaay outdated.

Here's my current axe, a white Gibson Les Paul Custom. Hmm...wonder why I chose this one. Anyway, it's a great guitar and sounds fantastic. It's even starting to turn a cream color in some places. I can't wait until this thing is 15 or 20 years old and becomes the same color as Randy's is. The strap is from Levy's in case anyone is wondering.

I play this through a Vox AD100VT and it screams. It's a versatile amp that I can get all kinds of tones out of, anything from a Rhoads-esque creamy distortion to a Jimmy Page overdriven sound to something a little cleaner. If the picture doesn't work, someone tell me. My other FTP server is down and I'm hosting this from a school website.

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nice guitar when did you buy it, i assume its quite new since its still pristine white?

oh and loving the strap i didnt know levys did a polka dot design


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I've had that guitar for, hmm, probably 5 or 6 months now. It's a 2005, one of the ones made at the Custom Shop in Nashville (I think that's where it is...but anyway). So, it's got a couple of years under its belt, but I can't wait for it to get creamy and dinged up and vintage lookin'! It's definitely a player guitar. I have no need to put one in a glass case and stare at it. This thing deserves to scream!

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Great guitar! 8)

It looks Alpine White to me..... I hope I'm wrong (maybe it's the pic quality) but if it is,
I don't think it will ever turn creamy like Randy's one, Randy's wasn't an alpine white.

However Alpine White is a great color for an LP!

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