Show us your.............Guitar

Below is a link to my website that shows my guitars. Hope you enjoy looking at them. Some are Diamonds some are Swine. Love them all.

http://www.users.bigpond.com/faroukh/

Just click on the "My Guitars" button.



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Nice little guitar family you've got there Brian. I think your "I don't know what this is" guitar could very well be a mid 60's Ibanez. It has the headstock and body shape of mine but the hardware is a bit different. I also think the pickups match mine but it is a bit difficult to tell for sure from the photograph. I've piled stuff on top of my copy of Bizarre Guitars of the 60's, when I uncover it I'll look to see of your guitar is pictured. I can send you a picture of my guitar for comparison if you are interested in such things. take care, SB

Do you know what my wife would say? i wont tell you...
Bit of a Stratman? very nice ones too.
Did you say you are more of a collector than a player Brian?

Nice link. I just wondered; I like a maple f/board - really would prefer not to put up with rosewood, but it's everywhere. Also, I lurve a glossy neck lacquer. Am I weird? Is it just me? I know what Lee'll say, but he's 100% Gibson :P . Anyone else?

PS - Douglas Adams - gotta be an OK type of person, Buls.

lee_UK wrote:
Do you know what my wife would say? i wont tell you...
Bit of a Stratman? very nice ones too.
Did you say you are more of a collector than a player Brian?

Yes Lee at the moment I am more a collector than player. But I taking lessons to rectify that. My wife actually bought me the '62 reissue!

1bassleft wrote:
I know what Lee'll say, but he's 100% Gibson :P . Anyone else?

PS - Douglas Adams - gotta be an OK type of person, Buls.

Actualy Bass im 90% Gibson and 10% everything else, it's all in the fingers mate! :lol:

Nice set of Strats but they wouldn't last long in my house, the wife likes to pretend she's Pete Townsend at the end of the show. Ironically I practice on a strat at home, but the les paul stays at the studio locked in its own room far away from her destructive tendencies. I figure as good as the strat is I can replace it, but not the Les.

bulsara wrote:
lee_UK wrote:
Do you know what my wife would say? i wont tell you...
Bit of a Stratman? very nice ones too.
Did you say you are more of a collector than a player Brian?

Yes Lee at the moment I am more a collector than player. But I taking lessons to rectify that. My wife actually bought me the '62 reissue!

same problem over here more a collector than a player and that's led to this :D

and that are not all after this grouppicture 4 other guitars came and joined the family.

Wietse, it must be very annoying when a friend just wants to stay the night on your sofa :wink: . Great collection.

looks like a family reunion picture, nice looking SG with the vibrola lyre unit..

GEEEEZ! I guess this is the opposite. Although I once owned 9 guitars at once (fenders and charvels), I got sick of all the cases laying around and a normal person can really only play one guitar at a time. I play (hack) on these 6ers all the time and my 2 sad little electrics have accounted for thousands of $$$ from serving up crap to dancing drunks. The paisley is actually starting to show some nice wear on the fingerboard and is coming up on a fret job. The Hag was a gift from a friend and its fate is yet to be determined - Yo no comprendo el basso. I'm starting to think (once again) that I need more guitars!

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