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Discussion in 'Fred's Barcalounge' started by Calvin Lee 2, Mar 29, 2019.
Haha, that's not a bad strategy.
I'm gonna have to go with Clapton and Dr. Milktruck and go with a blue guitar.
Any pro line gretsch.. there is no other guitar, just sleeping wit da fishes
I would have to say my Martin DC 16 RGTE.
What's your "desert island" guitar?
Preferably something cheap, that could double as firewood in a pinch... It is a desert island, after all.
my 1982 Takamine EF360s. Its loud enough to send out signals for rescue. Best sounding flattop I have ever played.
Great choice, the preamp always seem to fail and you won't notice cause there is no electricity.
Ok, if the amp and electricity is available on the desert island, then it's this Stratocaster, because it would look cool with the ocean as a backdrop:
Now if there's no electricity, then it's the Epiphone Masterbilt DR500 mce (which is a very fine guitar). I would like to hold on to the belief that I would be rescued, and I would like to have my Taylor to come home to.
A semi-solid/semi-hollow half acoustic electric . . .
prolly a Gretsch jus' waitin' until the Professor hooks up the MacGyver jerry-rigged solar panels for the Marshall amps . . .
My 2018 G2655 Streamliner Junior in Gold (Beach) Dust . . . modded with rosewood center block add-in for the Gretsch Corvette string-through "a la Tele/Stratocasters".
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If theres electricity and a great amp id take my silver falcon.
But if i dont get to plug in id take my 6120 which makes a decent sound.
That is an absolutely beautiful Stratocaster. What year/model is it?
Thank you Calvin. It was the look of the guitar that drew me to it, then the feel and tones made me take it home. It's a MIM 2014 Special Edition 60's Strat with vintage pickups and a nitrocellulose Daphne Blue finish.
Very cool. I love nitro finishes on fenders, and I especially love strats with matching headstocks, so I think this one's a beauty for sure. Some MIM fenders are great too; I've got three at the moment and they're nicer than a lot of my more expensive guitars. Though I definitely don't have one with as cool of a surf-rock vibe as yours; gotta love that Daphne blue.