Electric Guitar Line-Up

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  1. MyCameraEye

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    I have been seeing a of guitar pictures lately and I thought I’d post this shot, not so much for it’s intrinsic contribution to photography or for critique but mainly to let other photographer musicians that there are more of them out here.

    For your musicians:

    AMPS: Fender Deville Red Hot Deluxe, Peavey XXX Head with 2x12 XXX Cabinet
    GUITARS: 1969 Gibson Les Paul Deluxe 30th Anniversary, Fender Jimi Hendrix Signature American Strat, Fender 50th Anniversary American Strat Deluxe
    EFFECTS: Too many to name….

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  2. Verbal

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    Oh my bloody gosh.

    Can I come play with you? lol. That's an incredible collection of incredible instruments, pedals, and amps. I am unbelievably envious.
     
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  3. MyCameraEye

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    I'm always up for jamming.
     
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    hhhmmm... mouth watering :d i can't help but drool on those guitars & equipments.. ;)
     
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    Thanks again. I have have some taylor acoustics though this is my electric line-up.
     
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    Had a gibson Less Paul but got rid of it --too heavy. I have a 1965 tele which I bought brand new for 192.00 Canadian and its still the best guitar I have ever owned. Its lighter than evan the new ones (which suck)
    I have a 1958 fender piggy back and a Pevey tnt 130 with a Black Widown speaker. And although I have a lot of effects pedals to, the best effect I ever got was out of an old Traynor bass amp that had been repaired but hummed like there was a short in it. Best R&B sound I ever had. Arthritis took a lot of my playing skills away I guess that's why I got into photography. Gave a lot of my stuff to my son. He keeps eyeing my Tele but I told him he would have to pull it from my dead cold hands.--Lenny
     
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    duuude how many effects peddels do you want :D

    I own a BC rich virgin... and some hand-made french bass guitar. But its my dad who owns the big collection.... in total coming to 10 lol.

    My friend has a Gibson SG.... such a awsome guitar.. set him back £1100 second hand though
     
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    If I had to give up almost all of my effects and keep two, it would be 90° phase shift and my delay. They make up my sound. I play a lot of pink floyd soudning stuff, some grungy Fireball Ministry sounding stuff as well.

    Scott
     
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    I need to line up all my music gear. :D
    Great shot and awesome gear! I'm jealous! :D
     

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