What guitars does everyone have?

For discussion of Ibanez, other guitars, and general guitar topics.
Blue_Powder
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glynn wrote:Lets see,
Fender am strat. (you gotta have a strat.)
Speak it brother!!!!!!
jsdetrait
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Jem fp, jem bfp...
Cf the first pictures in "fp" and "bfp" category in http://www.ibanezregister.com gallery...
JS :wink:
jmchambers5
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sunburst fender mexican strat. It's quickly turning into a piece of junk, but i love that guitar. i've got some others too, but none really worth mentioning here.
Pierre
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...rg 550 ex (galaxy black!) and a really beat up Fernandez strat...
CrossingStar
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I have a 2000 Ibanez UV777PBK Universe, two 1991 Ibanez RG550DX's(one purple, one green), an Ibanez RG550 custom(rosewood fingerboard), a late 70's Fender Stratocaster w/Floyd Rose Pro, EVO in bridge position, Warmoth scalloped Strat style, a custom Ripley, & a junk parts guitar & a classical guitar.
Andrew J Dampier
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I play Hohner guitars exclusively. I used to have a JEM, but I traded it for 10 Hohner's that I set up in several tunings. The company saw this, and offered me an endorsement package. They are currently constructing a 7-string for me.

I've given them fair warning however, that I may chose to switch over to Jay Turser guitars, as they seem visually much more appealing....
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Andrew J Dampier wrote:I play Hohner guitars exclusively. I used to have a JEM, but I traded it for 10 Hohner's that I set up in several tunings. The company saw this, and offered me an endorsement package. They are currently constructing a 7-string for me.

I've given them fair warning however, that I may chose to switch over to Jay Turser guitars, as they seem visually much more appealing....
I don't actually know if you're serious or kidding!!! And I don't know which is cooler either ?!?!?
Chriscec
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I play an:
Ibanez Jem7VWH
Ibanez JS1000BP
Ibanez JS100 (customized-chrome plated, pickups, tremolo)
'74 Fender Strat
Does anyone else notice that the Ibanez Jem7v seems to be the most owned guitar around here?
sushi
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here we go
Jem 77VBK customized
RG 7680 LTD-1 baritone
Maxxas MX2
RG 570 with Jem DBK neck and Fernandes Sustainer
Gosthrider 320
JS1 Donnie replica
PGM 500
Radius?
RG 3120TW

Sincerely stefano 8)
962
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Jem7V......white one of course! I'm no too keen on the blue........it has a really boring inlay too.

I do like the brass barrell knobs - I might put some gold ones on mine, since they're more grippy and look better/last longer.

I really want a P&W universe, and a JS1000, but spent my money on a Legacy.

Also got an Ibanez GIO (my first guitar, hehe) but I'm gonna put some 'Duncans on it and turn it into something that sounds nice.
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Lord_Jereth
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Ibanez Custom S450

Ibanez Jem7CVBK (7DBK with custom chrome vine inlay)
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My equipment page.

8) LJ
badhorsie
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jem 7vwh
fender stradivari

worked soo hard for the money to afford the jem...
i played so much with the jem, i killed both of my wrists and had to stop playing two years ago. i'll never be able to play again.
is that irony of fate or what?! :cry:
Fabe
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Oh, damn man, sorry to hear that... Can I have it :lol:

But seriously, what did you do to killed both your wrists while playing guitar??

Fabe
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The only way I see is to do stage diving hands first with the guitar (croud to catch you not included)

Thats very odd as even crazy violonists have curved wrists after years of playing, your body addapts to frequent movements / stretches.

Anyhow, I hope this bever happens to me... (I do many things with my wrists :wink: )
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i think there are some problems with the anatomy of my wrists. but no doc could say what the problem is...
i just played for 2 hours a day, and i think thats not too much.
i haven't had the time to play more...
and my technique was all right, i'm shure.

but sorry fabe, i'll keep the jem. just to touch it from time to time reminds me of who i really am.

in deep depression :cry:
badhorsie.
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