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#1
Okay as the name says, tell us how many guitars you have and what each of them are. No need for specs or that because i have a feeling some people will have enough writing as it is.
Pics are also brownie points.

So...

Let the competition begin.

I have 9 guitars:
1.Taylor 810CE acoustic
2.CtGuitars Number 1(my custom guitar)
3.Epiphone Zakk Wylde Custom
4.Gibson Les Paul Robot
5.Norman Acoustic
6.Ibanez Rg320
7.Fender w/ big apple setup
8.1979 Fender Strat
9.Schecter Damien 6

Missing the acoustics in the pic.
EDIT: and the robot
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#2

Like my butter finger pillow? Does it count as a guitar?


EDiT: I guess I do have another guitar... Its acoustic and its brand is Harmony, and I got it for $40 at at an antique store... but it doesn't count, because you cant play past the 3rd fret.
Gibson Les Paul Traditional
Crate V33 212 Combo
DigiTech Whammy IV
Dunlop Crybaby
MXR Classic Distortion
Ibanez DE-7 Delay
Boss GE-7 Equalizer

Last edited by guitar99099 at Feb 20, 2009,
#4
damn....i just have 3,
Ibanez Roadstar Series II custom rebuild
BC Rich NJ Beast
off brand acoustic
Crank your rig on 12, let it feedback wide-open for a good two minutes, freak your neighbors out and ENJOY THE POWER OF THE GUITAR! 'Oh, what a feeling,' and it ain't no damned Toyota!" ----Dimebag Darrell
#6
I've got three that are perfect for me, and each serves its own purpose. This eliminates the need for me to have a thousand. In order of favoritism -

1. Ibanez S2120XAV
2. Fender American Strat with HotRails in bridge
3. Ibanez RG220B rodded/modded - EMG 81 set, floyd rose trem.
Do you feel warm within your cage?

And have you figured out yet -


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#7
4
fender acoustic
gibson sg special
7 string ibanez
my new build.
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(Invalid img) this was the pic from the ebay, pretty acuccurate of it before being painted, but ill get an actual pic up asap.
Last edited by blandguitar at Feb 21, 2009,
#8
cmon guys lets see some pics!!!

And the person with the most gets a virtual cookie from me!!!
Any flavor too.
#9
200.

Ibanez Mikro 3/4 Guitar GRGM21
Ibanez Guitar GAX30 6-String
Ibanez GRX20Z Electric Guitar
Ibanez Mikro Sonik 3/4 Guitar
Ibanez Guitar Pack IJX20 Jumpstart
Ibanez Guitar GAX70 6- String Electric Guitar
Ibanez AF75DTOR Electric Guitar
Ibanez AF85VLS Electric Guitar
Ibanez AFS75T Electric Guitar
Ibanez AFS75TDTQ Electric Guitar
Ibanez AFS77TMG Electric Guitar
RG7CSD3
RG7-1VV
RG7-2VV
RG7620
RG7420
RG1527
RG7CT
RG7CST
RG2127X
RG2027X
RG8527
RG8127
RG7EX
RG7820-LTD1
Apex 1 (Munky Signature)
K-7
RG7621
RG7621M
RG7321
RG7421
RG7EXFX
RG15271
RG7821-LTD1
Apex 2
HRG7
RG1077XL
RG2077XL
RG7421XL
Ibanez RG7CSD1 (trem)
Ibanez RG7CSD2 (fixed bridge)
S7320
S7420
S5407
S7420FMTT
STW
AX7521
AX7221
GRX720
AF207
Artwood AJ307CE
Artwood AJ307CE-NT
UV77MC
UV7PWH
UV7BK (solid black)
UV7BK (black/green)
UV777GR
UV777BK
Peavey Predator 7
Danelectro 7
Species 1
VP-407
SC207
SSC-607
SC-607B
SRC7
M-107 (22 fret)
M-207
M-307
MH-307
MF-207
H-207
H-307
F-207
SC-7M (Japan Custom shop)
HSC-7 (Japan Custom shop)
Classic Les Paul 7 string
1958 KORINA 7 STRING FLYING V
Goth Les Paul 7 (Music123 Exclusive)
WG587
WG587V
USA Sonic 7
C727
DC747C
John Petrucci 7
007 Black Jack
007 Elite
C7 Black Jack
C7 Hellraiser
C7 FR )Floyd Rose)
Jeff Loomis Signature
Omen 7
Damien 7
Tempest 7
Revenger 7
A7
V-7
Jazz 7
Platinum Warlock 7
Warlock Platinum Pro 7
USA Warlock 7
Mockingbird 7
Virgin 7
Platinum Pro Beast 7
USA Beast 7
Avalanche 7
Evo 7
Dean MLX7
Dinky DR7
Dinky DR7T
Dinky DX7
Kelly KE7
Rhoads RR7
COW Signature Dinky DK7
King V KV7
Soloist SL7
Rhoads RR7
King V KV7
Kelly KE7
Cow Signature Dinky DK7
URF777
Ibanez RG2027XVV
#12
Quote by playerofguitar7
200.

Ibanez Mikro 3/4 Guitar GRGM21
Ibanez Guitar GAX30 6-String
Ibanez GRX20Z Electric Guitar
Ibanez Mikro Sonik 3/4 Guitar
Ibanez Guitar Pack IJX20 Jumpstart
Ibanez Guitar GAX70 6- String Electric Guitar
Ibanez AF75DTOR Electric Guitar
Ibanez AF85VLS Electric Guitar
Ibanez AFS75T Electric Guitar
Ibanez AFS75TDTQ Electric Guitar
Ibanez AFS77TMG Electric Guitar
RG7CSD3
RG7-1VV
RG7-2VV
RG7620
RG7420
RG1527
RG7CT
RG7CST
RG2127X
RG2027X
RG8527
RG8127
RG7EX
RG7820-LTD1
Apex 1 (Munky Signature)
K-7
RG7621
RG7621M
RG7321
RG7421
RG7EXFX
RG15271
RG7821-LTD1
Apex 2
HRG7
RG1077XL
RG2077XL
RG7421XL
Ibanez RG7CSD1 (trem)
Ibanez RG7CSD2 (fixed bridge)
S7320
S7420
S5407
S7420FMTT
STW
AX7521
AX7221
GRX720
AF207
Artwood AJ307CE
Artwood AJ307CE-NT
UV77MC
UV7PWH
UV7BK (solid black)
UV7BK (black/green)
UV777GR
UV777BK
Peavey Predator 7
Danelectro 7
Species 1
VP-407
SC207
SSC-607
SC-607B
SRC7
M-107 (22 fret)
M-207
M-307
MH-307
MF-207
H-207
H-307
F-207
SC-7M (Japan Custom shop)
HSC-7 (Japan Custom shop)
Classic Les Paul 7 string
1958 KORINA 7 STRING FLYING V
Goth Les Paul 7 (Music123 Exclusive)
WG587
WG587V
USA Sonic 7
C727
DC747C
John Petrucci 7
007 Black Jack
007 Elite
C7 Black Jack
C7 Hellraiser
C7 FR )Floyd Rose)
Jeff Loomis Signature
Omen 7
Damien 7
Tempest 7
Revenger 7
A7
V-7
Jazz 7
Platinum Warlock 7
Warlock Platinum Pro 7
USA Warlock 7
Mockingbird 7
Virgin 7
Platinum Pro Beast 7
USA Beast 7
Avalanche 7
Evo 7
Dean MLX7
Dinky DR7
Dinky DR7T
Dinky DX7
Kelly KE7
Rhoads RR7
COW Signature Dinky DK7
King V KV7
Soloist SL7
Rhoads RR7
King V KV7
Kelly KE7
Cow Signature Dinky DK7
URF777
Ibanez RG2027XVV



damn...
#14
Quote by playerofguitar7
sure..




these are some of them...

So how many of those do you sell outta that shop?
Do you feel warm within your cage?

And have you figured out yet -


Life goes by?
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#15
there are 16 guitars in my house

ibanez rg
bc rich warlock
the guitar im building
no name guitar
custom blonde strat
eb-3 (1970's)
gibson sg (1971?)
casio guitar
squier bullet
fender banjo
ovation acoustic
harmony acoustic
1 string guitar
esp viper
squier p bass
behringer guitar i customed
#16
oooh can anybody break 16??? Necroscience has my warm cookie so far!!
#19
i don't get people who buy like 5 squiers. for the collective cost you could almost buy an mia fender. if you're cutting costs buying no name and low end brands just to bulk out the numbers you're losing quality and tone (and a lot of money).

strat0blaster has the right mentality here - i share his attitude.
#20
Quote by necroscience13
there are 16 guitars in my house

ibanez rg
bc rich warlock
the guitar im building
no name guitar
custom blonde strat
eb-3 (1970's)
gibson sg (1971?)
casio guitar
squier bullet
fender banjo
ovation acoustic
harmony acoustic
1 string guitar
esp viper
squier p bass
behringer guitar i customed


banjos aren't guitars? i can see you including the bass a bit, but banjos can't count. if the do then add one to my list, i got a 5-string hondo.
#21
I have 3:

Ibanez RG 370DX
MIM Fender strat
Epiphone dove


I think I've got my bases covered for a while and won't need to get another soon.
I'm not a Bible-thumper anymore. Realized I had a brain in '09.

I like guitars, running, and math.
#22
Quote by playerofguitar7
200.

Ibanez Mikro 3/4 Guitar GRGM21
Ibanez Guitar GAX30 6-String
Ibanez GRX20Z Electric Guitar
Ibanez Mikro Sonik 3/4 Guitar
Ibanez Guitar Pack IJX20 Jumpstart
Ibanez Guitar GAX70 6- String Electric Guitar
Ibanez AF75DTOR Electric Guitar
Ibanez AF85VLS Electric Guitar
Ibanez AFS75T Electric Guitar
Ibanez AFS75TDTQ Electric Guitar
Ibanez AFS77TMG Electric Guitar
RG7CSD3
RG7-1VV
RG7-2VV
RG7620
RG7420
RG1527
RG7CT
RG7CST
RG2127X
RG2027X
RG8527
RG8127
RG7EX
RG7820-LTD1
Apex 1 (Munky Signature)
K-7
RG7621
RG7621M
RG7321
RG7421
RG7EXFX
RG15271
RG7821-LTD1
Apex 2
HRG7
RG1077XL
RG2077XL
RG7421XL
Ibanez RG7CSD1 (trem)
Ibanez RG7CSD2 (fixed bridge)
S7320
S7420
S5407
S7420FMTT
STW
AX7521
AX7221
GRX720
AF207
Artwood AJ307CE
Artwood AJ307CE-NT
UV77MC
UV7PWH
UV7BK (solid black)
UV7BK (black/green)
UV777GR
UV777BK
Peavey Predator 7
Danelectro 7
Species 1
VP-407
SC207
SSC-607
SC-607B
SRC7
M-107 (22 fret)
M-207
M-307
MH-307
MF-207
H-207
H-307
F-207
SC-7M (Japan Custom shop)
HSC-7 (Japan Custom shop)
Classic Les Paul 7 string
1958 KORINA 7 STRING FLYING V
Goth Les Paul 7 (Music123 Exclusive)
WG587
WG587V
USA Sonic 7
C727
DC747C
John Petrucci 7
007 Black Jack
007 Elite
C7 Black Jack
C7 Hellraiser
C7 FR )Floyd Rose)
Jeff Loomis Signature
Omen 7
Damien 7
Tempest 7
Revenger 7
A7
V-7
Jazz 7
Platinum Warlock 7
Warlock Platinum Pro 7
USA Warlock 7
Mockingbird 7
Virgin 7
Platinum Pro Beast 7
USA Beast 7
Avalanche 7
Evo 7
Dean MLX7
Dinky DR7
Dinky DR7T
Dinky DX7
Kelly KE7
Rhoads RR7
COW Signature Dinky DK7
King V KV7
Soloist SL7
Rhoads RR7
King V KV7
Kelly KE7
Cow Signature Dinky DK7
URF777
Ibanez RG2027XVV

SS.org ftw!
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#23
(1) Jackson JS-30 RR- installed emg 81(bridge position),Gotoh tuners,Gotoh bridge
(2) Jackson DKMG Dinky
(3) Fender USA Strat
(4) Ovation acoustic/electric
#24
Quote by haz_uk
i don't get people who buy like 5 squiers. for the collective cost you could almost buy an mia fender. if you're cutting costs buying no name and low end brands just to bulk out the numbers you're losing quality and tone (and a lot of money).

strat0blaster has the right mentality here - i share his attitude.


You forget, what if the person needs to have a number of guitars in different tunings, or prepared?

Sonic Youth would suck if they had a few good guitars instead of 200 crappy ones.
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#25
Godin LG signature
G&L tribute s-500
samick um-3
epiphone dot studio
fender jaguar
ibanez geo
ibanez ew series acoustic electric
Franciscan acoustic
no name classical

=9.
Godin LG Signature
Samick UM-3
Ibanez Exotic Wood Series Acoustic- Burled Maple
Ibanez Artcore AWD-82
Ibanez ART-300
G&L Tribute series S-500
Squier Bullet special
Cameo Hollowbody
SX tele with neck p90

Peavey XXX Super 40 EFX
#26
Quote by STABxYOU
You forget, what if the person needs to have a number of guitars in different tunings, or prepared?

Sonic Youth would suck if they had a few good guitars instead of 200 crappy ones.

Moral of the story?

Be a creative player, not a creative tuner. When you rely on fx or something external to consistently write songs, it's just a cover up for a lack of ingenuity.

IMO.

Additionally - if your statement holds true, and Sonic Youth need one guitar for a tuning and another for a backup of that tuning, then for 200 guitars you'd have 100 different tunings, and if that were the case, I think finding the right guitar at a gig would be more pertinent a problem.
Do you feel warm within your cage?

And have you figured out yet -


Life goes by?
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Last edited by strat0blaster at Feb 21, 2009,
#27
Quote by strat0blaster
Moral of the story?

Be a creative player, not a creative tuner. When you rely on fx or something external to consistently write songs, it's just a cover up for a lack of ingenuity.

IMO.


But the effects aren't writing the songs. The effects can't do anything by themselves, the need somebody to manipulate them. Same with the number of guitars.
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#29
Quote by strat0blaster
Moral of the story?

Be a creative player, not a creative tuner. When you rely on fx or something external to consistently write songs, it's just a cover up for a lack of ingenuity.

IMO.

Additionally - if your statement holds true, and Sonic Youth need one guitar for a tuning and another for a backup of that tuning, then for 200 guitars you'd have 100 different tunings, and if that were the case, I think finding the right guitar at a gig would be more pertinent a problem.


Creative tunings allow a player to expand their playing. 'Normal' tunings limit your song writing, you can't write parts with drone strings unless you tune your guitar to have drone strings. Weird tunings are a way to increase the spectrum of sounds your guitar can create, and in the hands of a skilled artist only allow them to show more ingenuity.

Re: Sonic Youth; they tend to write only one or two songs per guitar they use, the guitars are often prepared (drumsticks jammed under the strings or whatnot) and thus not suitable for anything but that one song.
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#30
Quote by STABxYOU
'Normal' tunings limit your song writing

Sig'd. Sorry - that's just ridiculous.

You're telling me that anyone who plays in standard tuning is limited and aren't creative?

That's an interesting concept.
Do you feel warm within your cage?

And have you figured out yet -


Life goes by?
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#31
Quote by strat0blaster
Sig'd. Sorry - that's just ridiculous.

You're telling me that anyone who plays in standard tuning is limited and aren't creative?

That's an interesting concept.


No, I'm saying they can limit you from using certain techniques and I gave an example of one thing you can't do with standard tunings.

But, it's fun taking things outta context.
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#32
Quote by STABxYOU
No, I'm saying they can limit you from using certain techniques and I gave an example of one thing you can't do with standard tunings.

But, it's fun taking things outta context.

Hey - you said it.

When I want dissonance, I play outside of scales and bend pitch, half step unison bends, etc, but that's me.

Anyway - this is digressing from the original point, which is that someone in Sonic Youth needs 200 guitars. Nobody needs 200 guitars - it's just excessive.
Do you feel warm within your cage?

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#33
Quote by strat0blaster
Hey - you said it.

When I want dissonance, I play outside of scales and bend pitch, half step unison bends, etc, but that's me.

Anyway - this is digressing from the original point, which is that someone in Sonic Youth needs 200 guitars. Nobody needs 200 guitars - it's just excessive.


And that's why you'll never make music that sounds like Sonic Youth. If you wanted to make noise rock, you'd have to experiment with new techniques. Just like if you want your guitar to sound like a sitar or bells or whatever.

Personally, I can't see the need for more then a handful of guitars, but I can see why someone might. Sometimes you just can never get that chopstick to stay under the strings right twice.
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#34
Quote by STABxYOU
And that's why you'll never make music that sounds like Sonic Youth. If you wanted to make noise rock, you'd have to experiment with new techniques. Just like if you want your guitar to sound like a sitar or bells or whatever.

Personally, I can't see the need for more then a handful of guitars, but I can see why someone might. Sometimes you just can never get that chopstick to stay under the strings right twice.

So experimenting with new techniques is only something that can be accomplished if I have a surplus of guitars?

This is getting confusing.

Tell that to Tom Morello. He uses about four guitars, and he's made sounds nobody'd even heard until then.
Do you feel warm within your cage?

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#35
Also - please be mindful that I'm not being argumentative - just debating. Every time I try to discuss something with someone, people get the idea that I'm just arguing to be a d*ck.
Do you feel warm within your cage?

And have you figured out yet -


Life goes by?
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#36
Quote by strat0blaster
Sig'd. Sorry - that's just ridiculous.

You're telling me that anyone who plays in standard tuning is limited and aren't creative?

That's an interesting concept.

Actualy hes perfectly right. playing in standard does limit your playing. When change your tunings up a variety of songs your able to play is opened. It's why guitarists like hendrix and mark termonti switch up there tunings. And he said nothing about only playing in standard being unreative.
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#37
Quote by strat0blaster
So experimenting with new techniques is only something that can be accomplished if I have a surplus of guitars?

This is getting confusing.

Tell that to Tom Morello. He uses about four guitars, and he's made sounds nobody'd even heard until then.


No, I meant odds are you'll never see that advantages of silly tunings unless you play stuff/write stuff that requires them.

However, writing songs for prepared guitars is easier if you can leave it set up properly, instead of having to re-prepare the thing.

Quote by strat0blaster
Also - please be mindful that I'm not being argumentative - just debating. Every time I try to discuss something with someone, people get the idea that I'm just arguing to be a d*ck.


I know, I tend to come off the same way.
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#38
Quote by gstacey1
Actualy hes perfectly right. playing in standard does limit your playing. When change your tunings up a variety of songs your able to play is opened. It's why guitarists like hendrix and mark termonti switch up there tunings. And he said nothing about only playing in standard being unreative.


I'm glad someone read that properly.
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#39
Oh I see what you meant. Gotcha.

I play in multiple tunings as well - haven't played strictly in standard for almost five years now. I just thought you meant that in order to be creative, you can't play in standard or 'normal' tunings.
Do you feel warm within your cage?

And have you figured out yet -


Life goes by?
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#40
Quote by strat0blaster
Oh I see what you meant. Gotcha.

I play in multiple tunings as well - haven't played strictly in standard for almost five years now. I just thought you meant that in order to be creative, you can't play in standard or 'normal' tunings.


No, that would be asinine.

There's certain things that are only easily done with strings tuned a certain way. Sometimes that's standard, sometimes that's dropped, double dropped, open, open minor... and sometimes it's EBEEBE.

Edit: I didn't mean to hijack this into a weird tunings thread.
No gods, no countries, no masters.
More guitar, less Ultimate-Guitar.
Be Serious.
Shorties represent!
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