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Do you collect guitars? Do you have a collection? Would you like to collect guitars? Do you want to look at pictures of other people's collections? Well then this is the group to do it in!

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Latest Activity: Mar 23

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My "twins" 12 Replies

Here is a side-by-side photo of my "twins," a 1970 D-35S and a 1974 D-28.Continue

Started by Alan Land. Last reply by Alan Land Jan 19.

2013 Crossroads Guitar Festival 2 Replies

Not sure where to post this so I chose this group because of some of the interesting guitars at this year's festival. Yes, most of it is electric but there is also a lot of acoustic music on this…Continue

Tags: festival, Clapton, Crossroads

Started by Michael S. Jackson. Last reply by Michael S. Jackson Dec 4, 2013.

Martin J12-65M 1 Reply

anyone have one? I could be lookin'...don't tell my Wife (yet)

Started by michael schwartz. Last reply by michael schwartz Nov 10, 2013.

Seattle Luthier

any suggestions for a well respected luthier in that area?Continue

Started by michael schwartz Sep 1, 2013.

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Comment by Edward Sparks on April 30, 2012 at 1:53pm

Okay just checked it out...that is the Epiphone version, not the USA made Gibson. Still that's probably a great price...

Comment by Edward Sparks on April 30, 2012 at 1:52pm

$450!  I will check that out...they are about $3000 new and that's with a laminated top and fan bracing!!! 

Comment by Michael S. Jackson on April 30, 2012 at 11:28am

On another subject, this morning, at Elderly, I saw  Gibson J-160 John Lennon model for sale for $450 - nothing was mentioned about anything wrong with it.

Comment by FloridaGull on April 30, 2012 at 9:05am

I know these are electric - but check these out:

3 1994 Fisher Saturn V's:


and some pics:



Thought they looked cool... :-)


Comment by FloridaGull on April 23, 2012 at 6:52pm
Just on "Antiques Roadshow" - an 1899 Martin model 121 - looked like a parlour guitar - woman found it in the back of old commercial real estate in a moldy canvas bag - in excellent condition - they said $4000 - $5000 - I thought that a bit low, actually - how many of those can there be in playable condition?
It's part 2 of their newest shows from Atlanta...
Comment by FloridaGull on April 23, 2012 at 2:30pm

Here's a 2009 Guild F40:


and the link:

$795 at Wolfe Guitars...


Comment by Ray - Capitol Hill on April 16, 2012 at 10:27am

If having a few guitars makes one a collector, then I must be one.  Here are a few of my guitars....

Comment by FloridaGull on April 4, 2012 at 7:19pm
I thought you'd like that one...
Comment by Edward Sparks on April 4, 2012 at 6:38pm

Well, I love it!  I love the 150 because it has a little less ornamentation than the J200, like an unbound fingerboard, but still has that classic little reverse mustache at the end of the fingerboard and the classic mustache bridge.  My main stage guitar is a 1994 Centennial model J100 extra...Mine has a plain pickguard (which I like better) and a plain bridge, without the inlay, an unbound headstock, and dot inlays too.  Mine was made in 1994, the 100th Anniversary of Gibson, same guitar as the 93 and 95 but with a special label inside to honor the 100th Anniversary!  Thanks FG for posting!     Edward

Comment by Dave G on April 4, 2012 at 4:44pm

Looks too cartoony. Somebody was smokin' the good stuff when they came up with that bridge. I''l never get over it, I guess.


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