#1
...is cleaning out his gear trunk a little.

https://instagram.com/p/3Pv3-TSN_8/

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#3
Sturgeon's 2nd Law, a.k.a. Sturgeon's Revelation: “Ninety percent of everything is crap.”

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Strap on, tune up, rock out!
#4
that is pretty awesome. i would guess that is a 3rd of his gear
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#5
Screw the pedals. He better be unloading some nice CS and CC LPs.
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#6
Sweet Jesus. I bet he spends all his money on vintage gear and moderates thegearpage in his free time.
#8
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Must've got himself an Axe FX.


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#9
guessing he gets a lot of that stuff for nothing or close to it. joe is writing a column for Guitar Player where he talks about a new guitar (usually vintage) he scored every month. a letter to the editor from a reader suggested that it was just rubbing our faces in shit . can't say i disagree as he's always saying he got a good deal (but never says the price paid) on some rare vintage guitar that most of us will never even see let aone bea able to buy
#10
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guessing he gets a lot of that stuff for nothing or close to it. joe is writing a column for Guitar Player where he talks about a new guitar (usually vintage) he scored every month. a letter to the editor from a reader suggested that it was just rubbing our faces in shit . can't say i disagree as he's always saying he got a good deal (but never says the price paid) on some rare vintage guitar that most of us will never even see let aone bea able to buy


I saw that in Guitar Player too and thought the same thing as you. I think he needs a reality check as he is starting to think he is way more important than he really is or ever was.
#11
**** teh pedals, i want his dumbles.
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#12
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**** teh pedals, i want his dumbles.


pretty sure he sold one not to long ago. i just can't imagine that any amp would be worth that kind of money. maybe if i could plug in a wal-mart first act and sound like gary moore on his best day but otherwise no.
#13
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pretty sure he sold one not to long ago. i just can't imagine that any amp would be worth that kind of money. maybe if i could plug in a wal-mart first act and sound like gary moore on his best day but otherwise no.


i cant imagine the amp being worth that much either. for $100k, you could get 50+ really nice amps (on average). numbers don't compute for me. .
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#14
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i cant imagine the amp being worth that much either. for $100k, you could get 50+ really nice amps (on average). numbers don't compute for me. .


solid gold wiring and a couple of pounds of unicorn dust perhaps.

of course then you are obligated to buy an original klon as well as other godaweful expensive pedals to go with your custom shop guitar cuz otherwise you be wasting the "tonz" of the dumble.
#15
He might have confused some potential customers with his Instagram post. Bonamassa claims that it is at Third Encore Studios in Burbank, CA. Third Encore Studios is in North Hollywood, CA.

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#16
I like the thread title, it looks pretty awesome without context.

Either way, I follow the "whatever floats your boat" rule, but I've always wondered what do people do with such enormous amounts of gear. I get kind of restless whenever I have something that's been unused for a while. I'd go crazy with all that stuff lying around.