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This is about guitars and I can appreciate your gear. But the truth is....well...I'm a bass player. Here's what I have....

 

Washburn T24...bass player magazine, bass of the year 2008:

 

1998 Fender BG24 Electric Acoustic:

 

My personal fav Tobias (Gibson) Growler pictured with my Mesa Boogie Big Block 750 and Hartke HX Cabs:

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ESP LTD EC-400

custom built fender body fretless

esteban classical guitar

 

had more guitars but had to pawn them, bills :\

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This is my bass guitar. Black Warlock Revenge, made by B.C. Rich

 

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Moller your too funny "tightens my pants" wahhhaaha

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Again the 1990 Charvel/Jackson 475 Deluxe Exotic, Maybe when I get a real camera it'll look yellow like it actually does...

 

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I own the 2nd and 3rd strings on this guitar :)

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So......I have bought myself a new toy.... big_71197.jpg

 

A Fender FB 58 Natural banjo! Welcome to the family Mr.Banjo, rock on! :rolleyes: (it doesnt kick so much to say "bluegrass on!")

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13300173_1.jpgOscar Schmidt OD6S Dreadnought W/ D'Addario 80/20 bronze strings

APX500IIOBB.jpgOld Yamaha W/ nylon and steel strings

And a very old Martin acoustic w/silk and steel strings.Currently working on building a Canjo http://youtu.be/UctlBZx2z4o

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How old is that Martin you have? Fantastic guitars!

early 1900's as far as I can tell no serial numbers. So not really sure. it can down to me though the family.

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Oh lord.....feel free to post pictures of that Martin! :thumbsup I am looking for a nylon string guitar from around the 1930`s, but its hard to find one in one piece that doesnt cost a lot of money.

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