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lorispencer    0

serious G.A.S - 24 - combination of classical, electric, acoustic, and one bass. add to that keyboard, drums, many percussions instruments, autoharp, mandolin, saxophone, and clarinet.

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737blues    0
I find that I always seem to have one less than I want.

That's the spirit RB! Spoken like a true player. :yes:

According to my wife I have too many guitars, too many tools and way too much GAS, but what would she know? :guitardude:

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tonedeaf    0
I find that I always seem to have one less than I want.

Cool picture! If that's your bedroom where do you sleep in a guitar rack? :laughingg:

BTW I have just one with another on the way.

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Tekker    1
serious G.A.S - 24 - combination of classical, electric, acoustic, and one bass. add to that keyboard, drums, many percussions instruments, autoharp, mandolin, saxophone, and clarinet.

Pictures??? I can imagine it's like walking into a music store or something. LOL

So are all these toys yours or do you share them with other family memebers?

-tkr

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munky    0
3...one steel string acoustic/electric, 2 electric guitars

What he said.

I have an Epiphone Les Paul Standard and Fender Standard Strat, both of which I've customized and a stock Ovation acoustic/electric.

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Lcjones    8

Rickenbacker 360/12

Fender Strat [MIM]

Fender MusicMaster Bass

Telecaster knockoff

JB Player Sledge Bass

Guild D25

Guild D212

Guild F212

Ibanez P-somethin-er-other

Danville Resonator

Mandolin

Bluegrass Banjo

Openback Banjo (which I'm building from a Grizzly Kit)

Lap Dulcimer

Hammered Dulcimer (which I made from scratch)

Various Tin Whistles and Bagpipe practice chanters

and a herd of Harmonicas

but alas, only 10 guitars.... :(

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