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    Posted: January 29 2015 at 21:09
Originally posted by Gerinski Gerinski wrote:

Originally posted by TeleStrat TeleStrat wrote:

From left to right:
1973 Fender Stratocaster (I'm the original owner)
1991 Fender Custom Shop Telecaster (no. 91 of 100) 3 pick ups, 5 position switch
196? Vox Phantom VI
That 3 pickup Tele is interesting, it must be quite more versatile that the archetypal model.
It was one of a limited run from the custom shop so right away the quality of the craftsmanship was better than a standard run Telecaster.
The three pick ups and five position switch makes it as versatile as a Strat in that regard. The tone knob can pulled out for a slight distortion boost and pushed back in for standard play which is good for going from rhythm
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Cool guitar! Thumbs Up  Does it sound loud enough without center sound hole? (I guess it doesn't have a piezo pickup?)


Thanks. It's actually quite loud and resonant, but I only play it at home anyway.
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Originally posted by TeleStrat TeleStrat wrote:

From left to right:
1973 Fender Stratocaster (I'm the original owner)
1991 Fender Custom Shop Telecaster (no. 91 of 100) 3 pick ups, 5 position switch
196? Vox Phantom VI
That 3 pickup Tele is interesting, it must be quite more versatile that the archetypal model.
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Originally posted by *frinspar* *frinspar* wrote:





Cool guitar! Thumbs Up  Does it sound loud enough without center sound hole? (I guess it doesn't have a piezo pickup?)
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From left to right:
1973 Fender Stratocaster (I'm the original owner)
1991 Fender Custom Shop Telecaster (no. 91 of 100) 3 pick ups, 5 position switch
196? Vox Phantom VI
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That's pretty cool. And who wouldn't appreciate a little free advertisement? LOL

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I just went to her site and snagged this photo. I hope she doesn't mind.
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Thank you
Gibson Melodymaker guitars were inexpensive (compared to other models) and were meant for beginners and students. This one is so easy to play and has that deep textured sound that you want in a vintage Gibson.
I'm not sure if the thin hollow body ES is a 125 or not. That's the closest I could match the guitar on a vintage
Gibson website. But it plays and sounds like a dream. My Dad and I bought it at a swap meet in the late sixties
and paid $75 for it.
The Les Paul Studio is one of my two everyday guitars with the other being the '73 Fender Strat on my equipment list. It has the hottest pick ups I've heard on a Studio model.
I have a good friend that is a singer/guitarist/songwriter who has put out five or six independent CDs. Even though she has her own LP Studio she loves this one. She borrowed it to record one of her recent CDs and put a picture of her on the cover playing it.
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Very nice. The others looks pretty snazzy as well. Thumbs Up
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This is the 1949 Gibson J45. 
Back row left to right - 1960 Melodymaker, 196? ES 125, 2005 Les Paul Studio
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When I first posted my equipment list I noticed that
no one had posted in awhile. I'm glad to see it pick up.
When I figure out how to work my new camera I'll
post some photos of my guitars, amps and effects.

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Instruments:
- electric guitar PRS Custom 22
- acoustic guitar Garrison G-20
- bass Sandberg Electra
- handmade fretless bass
- Roland HP203 piano
- udu collection

Some examples of other stuff:
- M-Audio Axiom 61 midi controller
- guitar head Laboga Alligator AD 5200T, Taurus speaker
- TC electronic Nova System
- Marshall AS100D
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I can understand you hanging onto this guitar. In spite of the stain it looks to be in great condition for it's age.
The first guitar on my list (1949 Gibson) was purchased new by my Dad. A new case was not in the budget so it stood in the bedroom corner for years. The exposure eventually caused the wood to dry and shrink. 
The shrinkage, working against the fixed pick guard and bridge, started to cause a couple of small cracks at the sound hole. 
The caps on the tuning pegs (like yours) had crumbled and three were missing completely and the others were damaged.
A few years ago I took it to a guitar tech who carefully removed the pick guard and bridge and let it sit for three months while the wood "settled". He also found a complete set of caps for the tuning pegs.
It is still a non player though. The wood braces inside the body are loose, again because of exposure, and that would be a major repair.
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Holy cow, some incredible collections here.

I've always been a casual player, with the obligatory awful bar band for a short period after high school. LOL

I learned on an old acoustic I found in my grandmother's garage when I was 12. It was what my uncle learned on when he was a kid. By the time I found it, after decades of being stored away, it had become crusty and busted and ugly, but it worked, and I loved it.

I've carried it with me ever since, but I stopped playing about 15 years ago and stored it away myself. I'd gotten rid of my electric and other equipment before even then. The acoustic even had the original cardboard case until my last move when it finally just disintegrated beyond use.

Got a Yamaha acoustic a few years back just to fiddle with, but have only recently concentrated on relearning and playing. I had practically forgotten my old guitar in the storage room, until I came across the bridge that I had kept inside in a box since it was unstrung and I had no case to keep them together.

Decided to pull that old thing out and clean it off and see how it has fared.



It's a 1953 Epiphone Zenith, and it sounds exactly like it used to. Thumbs Up

Rough as it looks, it's actually in very much the same condition I found it in. That stain down the front was from something that probably spilled on it before I was even born. It was missing the pick guard as well when I saved it from Grandma's garage. I may try to fabricate one, though. Only regrettable damage I've caused it was that somehow during its time away, the three tuning buttons for the E, A and D strings dried and cracked so badly that they crumbled when I began stringing it up. I had to order a set, and couldn't find any that looked like the butter-tooth color the other 3 have taken on over the years. LOL So, I have 3 original and now 3 pearl buttons.

Trying to get my wife to pick up the Yamaha so we can play together. Doesn't seem likely to happen. Tongue
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Guitars
1949 Gibson J45 acoustic
198? Gibson MK35 acoustic
198? Ovation 12 string classical acoustic
2005 Ovation "Collectors" model acoustic / electric
1960 Gibson Melodymaker (two pick-ups, four knobs}
196? Gibson ES 125 TC (thin line, one pick-up, single cutaway)
2005 Gibson Les Paul Studio
1973 Fender Stratocaster (original owner)
1991 Fender Custom Shop Telecaster (no. 91 of 100)
196? Vox Phantom Vl
2005 Brownsville bass

Misc
Magnatone 6 string lap steel
Oscar Schmidt electric auto harp

Amps
2005 Fender Blues Junior
2005 Fender De Ville (2 x 12)
Ibanez Sound Wave 35 bass amp 
1975 Moon 45 (Seamoon Ltd)
196? Fender Princeton

Effects
Pedaltrain
     Jim Dunlop "Cry Baby" wah wah
     Danelectro Daddy O (overdrive)
     Danelectro Cool Cat (chorus)
     Danelectro DanEcho

Danelectro Surf & Turf mini (sustain)
Boss FV 50 volume pedal
Boss Blues Driver (overdrive)
Boss Chorus Ensemble
DigiTech "Jimi Hendrix Experience" artist series pedal

Recorders
Boss BR 864
Zoom MRS 1608
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Jackson V with 2 Active EMG Humbucker Pickups Floyd Rose Tremolo
Jackson Soloist with 2 Active EMG single coil pickups & 1 Active EMG Humbucker Pickups Floyd Rose Tremolo
Tony Iommi Signature SG
Customized SG with 2 Active EMG Humbucker Pickups Floyd Rose Tremolo
Customized Gibson Less Paul with 2 Active EMG Humbucker Pickups
Customized Gibson Less Paul with 4 Active EMG Humbucker Pickups
Customized Fender Strat with 2 Active EMG single coil pickups & one Active EMG Humbucker Pickup Floyd Rose Tremolo
Merano Electric Upright Fretless Bass
Ibanez 4 String Bass with Active EMG Jazz Pickup Set
2 ADA MP1 Midi Multi Digital Effects Reamp Rack Mounts
2 Line 6 POD X3 Pro Guitar Multi Effects Processor Rack Mounts
1 Line 6 POD Studio UX1 with POD Farm
2 Marshall Dual Mono Bloc 9200 Stereo Tube Amplifier Rack Mounts
2 Mesa/Boogie Stereo Simul Class Rack Mounts
Line 6 Bass POD Rackmount

This rig is my baby!
2  Marshall JMC-900 Model 4500 Hi Gain Dual Reverb Heads
2 Marshall Slanted 4x12 Cabinets
2  Marshall Strait 4x12 Cabinets


1 Soldano Slanted 2x10 Cabinet
1 Hiwatt Slanted 2x12  Cabinet
1 73 DR-103 Hiwatt Tube Head
1 Soldano SLO100 Super Lead Overdrive Head
1 Fender Bassman  100 Watt Tube Bass Head
1 Fender Bassman 1x15 Cabinet
1 Fender Bassman 4x10 Cabinet
2 JBL 2x15 PA Cabinets
2 Behringer 2 way Digital Studio Monitor Speakers
1 Behringer 100 Watt Power Mixer
1 Ludwig/Pearl mix 8 piece double bass drum kit
1 Vintage Tascam reel to reel Recorder



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Originally posted by HackettFan HackettFan wrote:

Originally posted by HackettFan HackettFan wrote:

I played a long time ago and Iím picking it up again to accommodate my mid-life crisis. A small portion of my stuff is out of state, so I canít remember some of the model numbers.

Guitars:
Les Paul Classic Plus (Trans Ebony Burst, 60s Slim Taper neck, beautiful)
Aria Pro II (very nice)
Magnum something or other (would smash on stage)
12-String acoustic (would not smash on stage)
Nameless plastic childrenís blow toy, very playable, makes a great polyphonic harmonica sound for those like me who donít know how to play harmonica

Metal slide

2 4-way Signal Splitters
2 Morley ABY switches

Harmonizers:
3 ADA PitchTraq Harmonizers (I sure wish I bought the foot controller, canít find one now)
Digitech Harmony Man
3 Behringer US600 Ultra Shifter/Harmonist pedals
Morpheus Capo
Digitech Whammy - from the early 1990s
Mooer Super Bender Pitch Shifter
Boss Octave Divider - from the late 1980s
Boss OC-3 Super Octave
Behringer Super Octaver
ART DRX 2100 Pitch Transposer, Sampler, Crunch, Delay, Ring Modulator (could go in every category, but I got it for the pitch transposing)

Ring Modulators (I need more):
Nervous Squirrel Ring Modulator - no internal oscillator
2 Pittsburgh Modulator Triple Modes - ring modulator and amplitude modulator
w/Ecorack case and power source
Delptronics Ring Modulator effects box - allows either a carrier signal or internal oscillator

Flangers:
3 Boss Flangers - from the mid 1980s
2 Behringer FL600 Flanger Machines
2 Behringer SF400 Super Flangers
Behringer HF300 Hi-Band Flanger (could be put in the harmonizer category too)

Delays:
Boss DD2 Digital Delay/Loop
Boss DD7 Digital Delay
Digitech Time Bender (could be put in the harmonizer or rhythm categories too)

Feedbackers, Distortion, Overdrive:
Boss Super Feedbacker and Distortion
Boss FB-2 Feedbacker/Booster
Boss DS-1 Distortion Pedal

Filter Pedals:
Talk Box
Boss Touch-Wah
Boss Dynamic Wah
Digitech Synth-Wah
Line 6 FM4 Filter and Synth Modeler
Boss WP-20G Wave Processor GK Effect Guitar Synth (I need a GK3 pick up, !#$#@!)
Electro-Harmonix Micro-Synth

Noise Gates:
Boss Noise Gate - from the 1980s

Attack Modifiers:
2 Energy Bows
Swell Pedal (canít remember the brand or model, all I remember is the swell is too slow)
2 Behringer Slow Motion pedals
Electro-Harmonix POG2 (could be put in the harmonizer and filter categories too)

Sample and Hold:
Electro-Harmonix Freeze
Electro-Harmonix Super Ego

Acoustic Simulator:
Boss AC-3 Acoustic Simulator

Rhythm:
Boss SL-20 Slicer
Alesis SR-18 Drum Machine (on order)

Amplifiers:
Laney (I canít remember the wattage. It was the second largest they sold way back when)
Roland (Very very small. I canít remember the model. Itís at home.)
Another small one, donít remember

My little Roland amp is called a Micro Cube.
I forgot to mention my Bouzouki first go around.
Since I posted I got:
another Dgitech Timebender
another Digitech Harmony Man (What's the sense of having 2 Timebenders if you have only 1 Harmony Man?)
2 more Line 6 FM4 Filter and Synth Modelers (They only store 4 of your favorite sounds, and I have more than 4, so I got more)
1 more Nervous Squirrel ring modulator (No explanation needed.)
4 Behringer Preamp Boosters (Don't judge me. I need several and they're only $25.)
1 Behringer NR300 Noise Reducer
1 Behringer Dynamics Compressor (believe it or not, it has a metal housing)
And my Alesis SR-18 came in. Highly recommended. Great sound. Lots of control of different parameters. Great control for live use (get a foot pedal for it). It also allows you odd time signatures with quarter notes, 5/4, 7/4, 9/4 and so on. For eighth note time signatures you have to be content with doubling up on the tempo.

Since I posted last I bought a Multi-Overtone MO-2 pedal, which is new from Boss. I was one of the very first to get one, as Sweetwater was the first retailer to get them, and I was first on their waiting list.
I also got a Roland GR-D V-Guitar distortion. Nice distortion, but what I really got it for was the saw tooth sound. It's made for the GK-3 pickup, but unlike the discontinued Boss Wave Shaper, which I also own, it can also use a regular guitar cable.
I bought a GK-3 pickup, but haven't installed it yet. I had hoped that it would be an easy install, but it's not. And I'm not sure I even want to mess with my Les Paul.
I also got two more Behringer Preamp/Boosters, and
1 more Nervous Squirrel ring modulator

Since I posted last I bought:
1 Boss TE-2 Tera Echo
1 Pigtronix Mothership Analog Synthesizer
1 Boss SYB-5 Bass Synthesizer
1 Ibanez SB7 Synthesizer Bass
1 Boss DA-2 Adaptive Distortion (on order)
And a 2nd Boss MO-2 Multi-Overtone pedal (on order)

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Finally bought the bass from my cousin. Big smile
(Extremely proud of teaching myself to play with three plucking fingers Embarrassed)

I am now the proud owner of...
A Godin Freeway 5 in black. (Planning on sanding the neck, maybe getting higher gauge strings)
A Behringer Ultrabass Bx300 amp
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Drums:
Gretsch USA Kit in Antique Maple
16x20 BD
14X14 Fl. Tom
8x12 Rack
5x14 Noble & Cooley Solid Cherry Snare
6.5x14 Ludwig Acrolite Snare
6.5 X 14 Gretsch Burnt Orange Lacquer Snare
5x 14 Ludwig Hammerred Bronze Snare
 
Paiste Sound Formula Series Cymbals
13 Medium Heavy Hats
20 Flat Ride
17 Full Crash
16 Crystal Crash
18 Crystal Crash
2002 Cup Chime in 6
2002 Cup Chime in 6.5
 
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Yamaha PSR 290
 
 
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Guitars:
'09 Gibson Les Paul Studio
'97 Squier Stratocaster Affinity (my first one)
Doh Series 5 String Bass
Stagg Electroacoustic Guitar


Amplifier:
Vintage Electric Superlead 100 (Tube amp made in Argentina)


Pedalboard:
Vox V847 Wah-Wah
BOSS Turbo Distortion DS-2
BOSS Super Chorus CH-1 (Not in the picture)
Artec Dual Booster
Ibanez VL-10 Volume Pedal
Korg Pitchblack Tuner
Marshall Echohead Delay
Cherub Sustain (used as tap tempo)
MXR Carbon Copy Delay
Jake Amps Right On Power Supply
Pedalboard made by myself


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