your equipment - rating out of 10
#21
I have my beloved Simon & Patrick handcrafted acoustic that I play every day, and I have a very good Gibson-Epiphone Les Paul which is due to sell on eBay WITHIN HOURS because I only really play acoustic type music now, and don't like to take too much luggage to student addresses, and need money for some kind of lifestyle during the Ph.D. I hope to begin in a month. So if anyone is interested in owning this fine instrument in a fine hard case at a low low price you only have about 10 hours at the time of writing. Click here.
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#22
Guitars:
Squire Strat
Gibson Les Paul Standard
Fender Custom Shop Stratocaster

Amp:
Marshall MG50DFX

Effects:
Proel (or something like that) wah-wah
Boss DD-3, PH-3, CS-3
Electro Harmonix Big Muff
Electric Mistress (were would i be without her)
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#23
Electric Guitars:

Schecter Omen (playes beautiful)

Acoustic Guitars:

Martin something (I think, next time I see him i'm buying it off my friend for like 20 bucks, he never uses it *grins*).

Amps:

Line 6 Spider II 112 (Awesome effects).

Yeah, i'm a cheapskate. All that stuff combined is about 720 dollars. :upside:
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#24
BC Rich warlock Bronze : I'd rate it a 5/10
And my amp broke :(
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#25
now that i have an epiphone Les Paul, a digital delay pedal and a screamin blues pedal, i would rate everything about 9.5/10 :D
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#26
That sounds very nice. :(
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#27
Tanglewood TW15 Baby - slight neck niggles aside, i love it!
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#28
guitar-72' telecaster reissue, takamine acoustic

amp-marshall jcm 2000 dsl 401

effects-ibanez chorus/flanger, morley wah
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#29
i love those 72 teles (you mean the Custom 72, right?)
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#30
wowser Wrote:i love those 72 teles (you mean the Custom 72, right?)
you are correct my friend.

black with black pick guard.
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