Wednesday, May 27, 2009

Guitar Collection


This post is probably long overdue. Here's the collection today. Starting in the upper left and going down the first collumn, we have:
Hamer Stellar 1 (HH) Korean
Kramer Striker 422 (Quad and 2 dual rails) Korean
Kramer Focus reborn as a Strat parts-o-caster (SSS) Korea and parts unkown
Peavey EVH Wolfgang Special (HH) MIA
Hamer SATP90 (P90s) Chinese (my number one)

Second Column, top to bottom:
Hamer Standard (HH) Korean
Xaviere xv800 Tele (SS) Korean?
Ibanez Roadstar II rs135, (SSS) Japan. It is required that I say it has a nice neck.
Nelsonic Starliner LP Clone (HH) Korean?
Gretsch Rambler (S, neck) MIA 1958

Not pictured: Daughter's pink Squire, Taylor 514ce Acoustic (on loan to me brother so he can soak in the goodness, then buy his own acoustic), and the obligatory Squire Precision Bass. Oh, and Four, under construction in Miramar FL. Come on, Birger!

At some point, I'll blog about each of these as, like children, they're all unique.

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4 comments:

  1. I recently came accross your blog and have been reading along. I thought I would leave my first comment. I dont know what to say except that I have enjoyed reading. Nice blog. I will keep visiting this blog very often.


    Betty

    http://electricguitarhowtoplay.net

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  2. Betty,

    How nice of you to say!

    I can't seem to create the time I'd like for writing (or playing the guitar), but the kettle is always on the boil.

    Dennis

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  3. Where did you find the Stellar1. I have a sunburst one and have never seen that color. Great page!

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  4. Thanks, Jay. This was an eBay special. More about it here:

    http://toadroller.blogspot.com/2009/03/yes-quite-stellar-indeed.html

    Funny you should bring it up- I've been playing it the last three or four days and really enjoying it. I've also been thinking I should find one with the sunburst like yours. I've seen them come and go on eBay for 150-200, and a few that people were asking 500-600 for, but, um, they weren't that much brand new.

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