View Poll Results: How many guitars do you own

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  • 0-1 Who would ever need more?

    86 4.93%
  • 2-4 A person needs options!

    706 40.50%
  • 5-8 Variety is the spice of life.

    622 35.69%
  • 9-12 I'm a serious collector.

    155 8.89%
  • Over 13 Maybe I should open a store.

    174 9.98%
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  1. #991
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    :) I like options :)

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    Been through a few not on the list, but theres a reason i dont have them anymore

    • MIM Fender Stratocaster
    • Squier Fender Affinity Series Telecaster Special Electric Guitar (Butterscotch Blonde)
    • Washburn BT-2
    • Martin D-15 Acoustic
    • Unknown Brand Classical Acoustic
    • Ibanez GSR200 4-String Bass
    • Modded Yamaha rbx260 Bass (New hardware, defretted, and adding new PUPS)
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    1999 Martin D45
    2005 Martin OMC-Aura
    1999 Collings 0001
    1998 Huss & Dalton C-MR
    1969 Gibson Les Paul Deluxe Gold Top (original owner...I was a kid)
    2000 Spector Bass
    1972 Sigma DR-7
    1972 Ovation Folklore
    1998 Baby Taylor
    2005 Avia (for my daughter)

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    How Many Guitars do you own?

    64..no, 36..no, 3 walkie-talkie's and a cat.
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    Over 13...some vintage...some homebuilt...mostly a variety of things.

    2 Acoustic steel strung
    2 solid body electrics (Jackson custom made...Tele)
    1 hollow body electric (L5)
    1 12 string Acoustic (69 ovation pacemaker)
    1 4 string bass (Jazz Bass)
    1 5 string bass (Cort)
    1 5 string acoustic bass
    1 synthisiser controller (Yamaha EZ-EG)
    1 Classical guitar (Alverez...over 50 yo)
    1 electric dulcimer
    1 lap steel

    And some other stuff I buy from the musicians friend distribution center that gets returned there to turn on Craigslist.
    I dont know if it counts but I have a piano...some synths...a fiddle...a digerderoo...a Hammond M3...and 2 sets of drums.

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    I did had 3 but added a new one since my Lead guitar was a cheepie. I bought a decent Epi Les Paul, and own an epi FD-140 accoustic and a Davison 4 string bass.

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    3:

    Applause acoustic/electric
    Takamine acoustic
    Squier Vintage Modified 70's jazz bass

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    The answer is always: Way Too Many!! lol

    I'm a big proponent of buying cheaper guitars and putting good parts in em. That way you aren't afraid to scratch em.

    That said, I have some very nice expensive guitars that stay in the studio and unfortunately have to watch like a hawk.

    I've had quite a few over the years, but here's my current stock:

    Fender Strat (jap w/american pickups)
    '68 Telecaster (Albert Collins Model with dual PAF's) <- the shit
    PRS SC250 <- also the shit lol
    PRS SE Singlecut w/ Tremonti pickup
    Schecter 7 string (A-7+ I think, can't remember)
    Ibanez RG570
    Ibanez Artcore (for jazz, flatwound strings)
    Taylor 210e

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    Takamine Acoustic (G series I think)
    Peavey HP EXP
    Peavey Impact 2
    Peavey Patriot
    Oscar Schmidt Acoustic
    Epiphone Black Beauty


    The HP EXP, The Patriot, and the Oscar Schmidt are mine. The other ones are my dads, but I still use them.
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  9. #999
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    uno

    I could never get guitar...

    Drums and keys were easy for me.

    I only have one - a cheap classical my aunt left me. I've used it on recordings and it has a sweet, pure sound.

    What's funny is that several good guitarists have commented on how they like playing it while the equal amount of crappy guitarists complain that it's useless.

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    I have 3. one fender electric guitar, and 2 gibson guitars.

    I bought them long time ago, they are also protected very well by the guitar flight cases.

    Some one like this,
    http://sales4.rackinthecases.com/pro...Guitar%20Cases

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