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Offline agostudd

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« Reply #15 on: May 21, 2005, 12:33:05 AM »
been playing for two years at a rate of a guitar a year!! haha

Black Yamaha starter kit crappy guitar, but trusty!

Washburn Dime 332 Plain Black!, Solid as!

Im looking next to get a V or an Explorer because i have a real interest in the real cool METAL guitars!

I really want a killer collection, maybe not like accepts, thats a damn hot list!

Shred On!

Offline Jeffster

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« Reply #16 on: May 21, 2005, 01:02:44 PM »
Accept2, I 've gotta agree with you, learning about your collection made me feel better as mine is just growing to 9 guitars, and I have also seen on a couple of other forums where guys have reported having over 100 guitars, and thought I was being very conservative! lol

But I have another question for you. Now that I've seen (again) that the EC36 is a 3 octave neck, I'm curious about 2 things:
1. does the extra scale length (I assume) make it more uncomfortable to play down around the first few frets, then say a 25.5 or 24.75 SL?
2. what benefit do derive as a player from having the extra octave? I mean, I've enjoyed getting a couple of 24 fret guitars, but still enjoy playing my 22 fretters. I must admit to being more of a rhythm and fingerstyle player, with open, barre and partial chords up the neck, and my playing is usually more geared to backing me up for my singing.  So, I'm trying to stretch my mind here. Now, I also play piano, so I can infer from that: I have an old Fender Rhodes 73 key stage piano that I used to use many years ago when I performed live. Now it mostly sits in the closet since I have the full 88 key upright piano in the music room to practice. There are just a couple of notes missing off the bottom and top of the 73 key for some songs I play. So is that what it is with the 36 frets? That you are able to stretch out your note runs and chord inversions along that much more fingerboard?
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Offline Accept2

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« Reply #17 on: May 21, 2005, 01:26:55 PM »
It takes getting used to, playing in the tiny frets, but it just takes a bit of work........
The extra octave gives you only 12 new notes, 9 if you have the technique down to frets your pickups on 24 fret guitars. What it does give you, are more scale pathways. In reality, the Roland VG8 made 36 fret guitars obsolete, as you can design anything you want with it...........

Offline BillSkinzFifth

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« Reply #18 on: December 03, 2005, 06:47:48 PM »
Washburn N2 Natural Matte
Washburn N2 Paduak Stain
Washburn N2 Paduak Stain (body only)
Washburn N2 Glossy Natural
Ibanez Jem 7DBK
Ibanez Jem 77FP
Ibanez Universe UV7BK
Ibanez RG Sour Apple
Ibanez RG Green w/ snakes on fretboard
Ibanez PGM30
Ibanez RG Custom something or other
Ibanez RG370? Currently getting custom painted
Jerry Jones Sitar
Dean Custom Nu-Q-Ler Green
Dean Custom Flouresent Orange
Dean Custom Flouresent Pink
Epiphone Les Paul Zack Wylde Bullseye
Epiphone FlameKat
Epiphone Goth Explorer
Epiphone Goth Les Paul
Jackson Professional Purple
Jackson Professional Black Stain
Jackson Professional Black Gloss
Homemade Strat Style Hardtail 1 hum 1 single
Homemade Strat Style -strat
Kramer Stryker(body)/Focus(neck) - converted to hardtail
Fender 6 String Acoustic Steel String
Fender 12 String Acoustic
Epiphone Nylon String
Some no name 6 String Acoustic
Hondo 5 String Banjo
Jida (I think) 5 String Banjo

Custom 20 Space Rack w/2 4X12 Cabs
Mesa Boogie Triple Rect Full Stack
Carvin Legacy Half Stack
Marshall JCM (I think) Half Stack
Guitar Research 4X8 Half Stack Practice Amp
Crate G40 Practice Amp

Didgeridoo and a set of Highland Bagpipes

That's about all I can think of at the moment.



Offline X-RATED

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« Reply #19 on: December 03, 2005, 09:09:15 PM »
s**t dudes!
it seams I´m the only one with no money to buy guitars!
I have:

-Washburn Mercury Custom
-Vantage Custom
-Fender Telecaster

ok, ok, ok you can laugh of my Huge collection, just joking guys

Best Regards Friends

Offline supercop9907

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« Reply #20 on: December 03, 2005, 09:33:43 PM »
Here's my collection. Not too diverse I guess, but my guitars don't just have to be of high quality, sound and play good....but they gotta look METAL. Just my taste.

Washburn USA Dime 3 Boogiebolt
Washburn USA Dime 3 Southern Cross
Washburn USA Dime 3 Slime green
Washburn USA Dime 3 Dimebolt
Washburn Dime St pro cherry sunburst
Washburn USA Scott Ian urban camo
Washburn USA Dan Donegan DD75 black
Washburn USA Paul Stanley PS2000 carmelburst
Jackson USA Warrior bolted steel
Jackson USA Scott Ian pile o'skulls
BC Rich USA Bich 10-string spalted maple top, full electronics
Gibson Explorer pro, trans black
Gibson Explorer pro, trans amber
LTD Dave Mustaine DV8-Rse
LTD Dave Mustaine Axxion
Bernie Rico Jr. Hellion
Bernie Rico Jr. Vixen

Next will be a Washburn USA ET Idol.

Offline Evil D

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« Reply #21 on: December 04, 2005, 11:35:46 AM »
holy crap guys, I'm thinking maybe I need to get more serious. [:o)]

My collection...
Washburn early Dimebolt 333 customized
Washburn EG333 Snow Camo
Dean Z limited Cherry sunburst
Charvel with Jackson active P/Ups cherry sunburst

'68 Fender Super reverb 410 40W customized
'70s Fender vibrolux 210 40W vintage
'62 Fender Reverb tank vintage
« Last Edit: December 07, 2005, 02:31:37 PM by Evil D »

Offline jdbradshaw

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« Reply #22 on: December 05, 2005, 06:58:20 PM »
2005 Washburn W80V - 1988 Carvin V220T - 1985 Carvin V220T - 2000 Carvin SC90 - 2003 Tradition SG Copy - 1965 Gibson B-25 - unknown brand classical guitar...Randall RH100 head with [2]4x12 cabinets

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Offline conlinj

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« Reply #23 on: December 06, 2005, 03:11:51 PM »
My collection:

-Aria Pro II Fullerton (first guitar)
-Ibanez Reb Beach Voyager RBM-1
-Fender American Standard Strat
-Fender Lone Star Strat
-Guild Starfire IV (1970)
-Yamaha Pacifica 1221
-Washburn KC-40V
-Washburn KC-60V
-Washburn KC-70V
-Seagul S6 Cedar
-Ramirez Classical
-No Name Barn Guitar - Awesome handmade guitar
KC-40V, KC-42V, KC-50V, KC-60V, KC-70V
Amr Std Strat tweaked, Lonestar Strat tweaked
Pacifica 1221
RBM1 Voyager
Starfire IV
Barn guitar??

Got KC?
 looking for a 90V or 100V or LTD

Offline BillSkinzFifth

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« Reply #24 on: December 06, 2005, 10:22:40 PM »
I figured I'd repost my collection with pics because I see all of you who have posted have guitars that I don't recognize the make and or model number. I'm hoping you all can post pics of your collections so we (and especially me [8]) can know for sure what you have listed.
Also, after posting my last list, I realized that I may have listed some of my guitars incorrectly as well as omitted one or two. I did a bit of research and I think my list is fairly correct now [^]

Please pardon the image quality as I am not much of a photographer and my house is usually dimly lit. There's alot of flash artifacts in the images, but you'll get the idea.

[...just 'Right Click and Open Link in New Window' (I couldn't get the code to work that would do that for you...[B)]]

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1)Washburn N2 Natural Matte
2)Washburn N2 Natural Gloss (yellow spot is from light)
3)Washburn N2 Paduak Stain(body) Natural(neck)
4)Washburn N2 Paduak Stain
5)Ibanez Jem 7DBK
6)Ibanez Jem 77FP '88
7)Ibanez Universe UV7BK 7 String
8)Ibanez PGM30
9)Ibanez RG570 Sour Apple Sparkle
10)Ibanez RG550 Green w/ green snakes on fretboard-supposedly rare
11)Ibanez RG550 Custom Metallic Blue w/ blue mirror pickguard
12)Jerry Jones Master Sitar Tourquoise Gator Finish (yellow spot is from light)
13)Dean Custom Nu-Q-Ler Green
14)Dean Custom Florescent Orange
15)Dean Custom Florescent Pink
16)Homemade Strat from kit-I'll name it the BillSkinzFifth P.O.S. 2K
17)Jackson Professional Purple Finish
18)Jackson Professional Black Matte Stain
19)Jackson Professional? Low End Black Gloss-Tuned down to Low C
20)Homemade Strat Style hardtail-it has a REALLY heavy tone
21)Epiphone Goth Explorer
22)Epiphone Goth Les Paul
23)Epiphone Zakk Wylde Bullseye Les Paul
24)Epiphone Flamekat
25)Fender Steel String Acoustic (weird yellow spot is from light)
26)Fender 12 String Acoustic
27)Epiphone Nylon String Classical
28)Unknown Brand 3/4 Scale Steel String P.O.S. (yellow spot is from light)
29)Daisy Rock Venus (yellow spot is from light)
30)Kramer Striker(body)/Focus(neck) Hybrid converted to hardtail currently partially disassembled
31)Hondo 5 String Banjo
32)Jida? 5 String Banjo

***not pictured-

Formerly Ibanez RG470? 2 Humbuckers and a single w/out pickguard . Currently getting custom painted. I'll post when it's finished. It will be a stunner!!!![8D]
20 Space Rack System w/ 2 4X12 Cabs
Mesa Boogie Triple Rectifier Full Stack
Carvin Legacy Half Stack
Guitar Research 4X8 Mini Half Stack Practice Amp
Crate G40 Combo Practice Amp

ok- let's see some pics of yours!!!![:D]

Offline cook_e_mnstr

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« Reply #25 on: December 06, 2005, 11:22:35 PM »
Ok, I think my next guitar is going to be an N4.  That 777FP is nice.  The flower is positioned the right way on the body unlike some others I have seen.

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Offline screamndemon69

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« Reply #26 on: January 08, 2006, 01:53:17 PM »
no Washburns yet. i hope to add an N4 and an N6 this year.
'04 Jem7VWH
'91 Jem777VBK
Custom Jem
RG custom Flash Evo II bridge pup, no tone knob w/ holoflash finish
RG custom Rusty stnd RG570 w/ fabric top and maple neck
RG custom Galaxy hum bridge, single neck with fabric top and maple neck
RGA121nat - added JB/Jazz pups - sweet!
SCA220 Tone Zone and Air Norton added
Hamer Special USA flame maple w/ JB/'59 pups
Schecter C7 Blackjack
Robin/Chandler hybrid
'88 Charvel model 4
Tacoma DM16CE2 acoustic
i've owned more than 60 different guitars in the past 5 years. i miss a lot of what i don't still have but will eventualy replace what i miss the most.
other stuff:
Pedal Pad pedal board loaded w/ (in order from guitar) wireless, TU-2 tuner, V-Wah, Tone Bone Hot British, TS-9, EVH Phase 90, Digitech Synth Wah, DD-20 Delay and usually into my Fender '65 reissue Reverb Deluxe (9 tubes w/ built in tremelo. tone for days!) and a satelite amp for stereo and pan delay being a JetII Ampeg. i have a ton of other pedals and an older Mesa Mark III 100wtt head and matching halfback 2x12 cab for the gigs when i need more output. i'm a gear-a-holic and have a bad case of GAS (gear/guitar aquisition syndrom).


Offline hb35

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« Reply #27 on: January 09, 2006, 01:01:06 AM »
Seagull S6
Fender Fat Strat
Alvarez FF60TSB
Washburn HB-35

Offline roc54

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« Reply #28 on: January 09, 2006, 05:09:04 PM »
I've Just parted with 5 and she still thinks I have too many?!?

Washburn KC-40V    Blue Crackle 1988
Samick   SPG-450 TBL  Trans Blue   90's (Like PRS)
Washburn  CS-780 Pearl White  2000
Taylor   301 Big Baby   Natural(Spruce)   2001
Samick   SPG-650 KF N   Knurled w/Vine   2001  (Like PRS)
Fender Stratocaster-Plus Blue Burst   1987 (MIJ)
Washburn EC-36 Red Crackle 1989  (Belonged to Dangerous Toys lead guitarist)
Washburn RS-10V   Cherry Quilt   1987
Samick Greg Bennett RG220B Green Quilt   2000   (Zack Wylde PU's)
Samick   SPG-450 TBL   Trans Blue   1999  (Just sold)
Jay Turser  JT-LT   Tobacco/Pearl   2003
Oscar Schmidt   OE-30      Black   2003
Raven   RSM-5000  Maple/Walnut   2002
Epiphone  Les Paul  Cherry Sunburst   2001 (Just sold)
Washburn  HB-32    Mahogany   2005  (New)

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You get what you deserve.

Offline ants

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« Reply #29 on: January 09, 2006, 05:14:43 PM »
Hey guys is lyon a good guitar series because i justed purchased a new lyon series electric guitar[:)]