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  • Guitars that got away

    Hi everyone... was thinking about all the guitars I've owned over the course of time... and the guitars that I've sold (usually to fund a new piece of gear)... and the guitars I wished I DIDN'T sell. I wrote a blog post about it - with pictures!! Check it out!

    https://hammersandchords.com/guitars-that-got-away/

    What guitars do you wish you hadn't sold??
    -=The Dali
    --== Unabashed Alex Lifeson Fan

    Visit My Guitar Building Blog at www.hammersandchords.com

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    Re: Guitars that got away

    This is the same as a very recent thread. Do a search to find that thread and you'll see a lot of responses to your inquiry.
    Originally Posted by IanBallard
    Rule of thumb... the more pot you have, the better your tone.

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      Re: Guitars that got away

      I had a really nice es335 that i traded for a benedetto bambino. The bambino was one of the most beautiful guitars i ever saw, but my picking arm refused to lock into it. So, i traded it for a k-line strat.

      End result was that i like the k-line more than both of those, so i'm lucky. I do miss that 335 though. It really made my juices flow.

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        Re: Guitars that got away

        Yeah, this is the same content as the earlier thread..."The Guitars you wished you never sold".
        Originally Posted by IanBallard
        Rule of thumb... the more pot you have, the better your tone.

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          Re: Guitars that got away

          Post your answers here instead
          Dave, Ambassador/Writer/Artist for Seymour Duncan

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