Steve's Guitars

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Which one do u like most?

Poll ended at Sat May 26, 2007 8:14 pm

MOJO
5
2%
MOJO
5
2%
MOJO
5
2%
MOJO
5
2%
EVO
20
10%
EVO
20
10%
EVO
20
10%
EVO
20
10%
FLO
24
12%
FLO
24
12%
FLO
24
12%
FLO
24
12%
EVO II
2
1%
EVO II
2
1%
EVO II
2
1%
EVO II
2
1%
BAD HORSIE other one
0
No votes
BAD HORSIE other one
0
No votes
BAD HORSIE other one
0
No votes
BAD HORSIE other one
0
No votes
 
Total votes: 204
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I'm for Evo. She's classic, and you can see all her scars from being loved by Steve so much (all the dents, scratches, and then the crack down the neck). She's a beauty!
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i forgot! MOJO has LED's in the neck!!! how cooool!
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GregN wrote:
Jeroen wrote:
RAI wrote: He barely plays it, because he doesn't own it anymore.
Wasn't that sold to the same guy that bought "Red Lace"?
Roland S. bought Pia, Red Lace and Neville, but I believe he sold 'm all again.

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yea...assuming there is only one red lace...Rich Harris has recently put it up on his site, and someone has already put it on hold.
OMG He sold the guitar version of his wife,

Na seriosly why didn't he play it often , i mean it must'v sounded great with the piezo bridge and didn't it have a sustainer too. :o :)
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leigh01 wrote:
RAI wrote:
leigh01 wrote:I love Flo, but I also like Evo (Liberty)
But if you had Pia on here then i'd choose that one but steve rarely plays it anyway.
He barely plays it, because he doesn't own it anymore.
Wasn't that sold to the same guy that bought "Red Lace"?
OMG He sold the guitar version of his wife,

Na seriosly why didn't he play it often , i mean it must'v sounded great with the piezo bridge and didn't it have a sustainer too. :o :)
It was specifically built for the Grammy performace with Nelly Furtado.
And with that in mind, I seriously doubt it has a Sustainer...
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I've picked up good ole EVO. But actually my fav. is the proto UVMC with monkey grip can be seen on Whitesnake's Fool for your Loving video footage...
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nienturi wrote:I've picked up good ole EVO. But actually my fav. is the proto UVMC with monkey grip can be seen on Whitesnake's Fool for your Loving video footage...

that song/video/guitar/album/era/80's kicks ass! :P
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Zeds.Ded wrote:
nienturi wrote:I've picked up good ole EVO. But actually my fav. is the proto UVMC with monkey grip can be seen on Whitesnake's Fool for your Loving video footage...

that song/video/guitar/album/era/80's kicks ass! :P
Yep! :)

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is that a vinyl cover?
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Zeds.Ded wrote:is that a vinyl cover?
yep
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RAI wrote:
leigh01 wrote:
RAI wrote: He barely plays it, because he doesn't own it anymore.
Wasn't that sold to the same guy that bought "Red Lace"?
OMG He sold the guitar version of his wife,

Na seriosly why didn't he play it often , i mean it must'v sounded great with the piezo bridge and didn't it have a sustainer too. :o :)
It was specifically built for the Grammy performace with Nelly Furtado.
And with that in mind, I seriously doubt it has a Sustainer...
Yeah your right, I just looked at the pic again no sustainer.
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It was a hard choice, but I voted for EVO(with FLO a Close second). Obviously Steve's workhorse and great sounding guitar! When I read Jem22's post I watched the 'Tokyo' DVD again and did see a quite large crack in the body near the neck! Most guitars and basses can take alot of damage and still sound great. :)


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Yeah, it's incredible how great she still sounds. By the way, Fanch, have you looked at the "All About Evo" section of the machines? You can get up close and personal with Evo's dents :P
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I'm voting for EVO cos she's not well. And I held her and she was beautiful :)
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Leanne_777 wrote:I'm voting for EVO cos she's not well. And I held her and she was beautiful :)
:o You held her??? The real, true EVO? When? Where?
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EVO Experience ;)


Well, My vote for all of the Steve's guitars.
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