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A yet to be named cheapo, tourist grade, Spanish, made in Barcelona, parlor classical.

A yet to be named , Capiltal brand, ukulele.

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Oby, Rik, Tony, Steve, Angela are the main ones msp_biggrin.gif

Rik and Tony have never gotten on with each other though. They constantly have *****y digs at the others' expense - it stems from Rik being top dog until 2006 when Tony came to join the family.

 

Tony

"it seems i have been chosen (again) to do the recital RIK!"

 

Rik (sarcastically under breathe)

"ow yipee another 'local' recital...I prefer to do the more interesting oversees stuff Tony"

 

Tony

"that's only because he doesn't give a **** if anything happens to you that you get taken on planes, guitars like you are two a penny (sniggers)"

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Gibby SJ-200 (natural) - Trigger

Gibby LP (natural) - Flamer

Gibby SG (silverburst) - Silver

Gibby Melody Maker - Pete

Rickenbacker 360/12 (fireglo) - Frickin'backer . . - my wife named it B)

Martin D45vr - Susie

Taylor NS74ce - Rosie

Guild F412 (antique burst) - Boomer

Guild X-700 (natural) - Blondie

Jackson PC1 (blue burst) - Bomber

Epi LP Ultra II (trans black burst) - Blackie

Fender Strat (amber) - Stevie

Fender Tele (natural) - Bruce

Yamaha G-55A - Yammer

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The Jubilee, (Gibson Jubilee)

The Dove, (Gibson Dove)

The Doves In Flight, (Gibson Doves In Flight)

The Strat, (Fender Stratocaster)

The Bass, (Fender P-Bass)

The Schecter, (Schecter C-1 Classic)

The 12-String, (Ovation 12-string)

The Eagle Guitar, (Custom Made Solid-Body Electric Guitar...with Eagle on front)

The Other Custom Guitar, (the other custom made Solid-Body Electric Guitar)

 

 

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I never really gave my guitar names other than the 35, the tele, the 12-string and so on. Things have changed a bit. My homedrawn 12-fret from last year is called Cheyenne and the new 66 C&W had to take the name Butter due to it's deep melting tone and warm natural complexion. My two other 60ties SJ's (sunburst and cherry) might live on as Honey and Juice he he he, , , yes I see it comin'. . .

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I also have:

"The Fiddle", (can you guess what that is?)

White Piano

Antique Piano

Keyboard

The Banjo

 

And when I finally find a Hummingbird, I suspect I'll call it "The Bird"

Bob, what about the dogs? Have you got them named Dog#1, Dog#2, The One With The Black Spot, The One With The Long Toenail, etc [flapper]

 

Matt, too funny!!

 

Yes, I name my guitars [biggrin] See sig for detailed information.

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Bob, what about the dogs? Have you got them named Dog#1, Dog#2, The One With The Black Spot, The One With The Long Toenail, etc [flapper]

 

Matt, too funny!!

 

Yes, I name my guitars [biggrin] See sig for detailed information.

 

Yes... the dogs are named.....My SIL has cats..... the just lost #7, (old age), I don't know if there's a #8 yet...

 

By the way... I have Show Dogs...Pugs.... if any of them had a "black spot" I'd name them "gone".

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Yes... the dogs are named.....My SIL has cats..... the just lost #7, (old age), I don't know if there's a #8 yet...

 

By the way... I have Show Dogs...Pugs.... if any of them had a "black spot" I'd name them "gone".

Aww, sorry about #7 [crying] And if you want to get rid of any pugs with black spots, let me know [biggrin]

 

Folkster, that backdrop where you're playing looks like a cool place!

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2000 J-100xtra is The Big One (sometimes, The New One).

1964 LG-1 is The Little One (sometimes, The Old One).

 

As it turns out, these are also the respective names (but not ages!) of my two human daughters.[unsure]

 

(My red/black dachsund, though, has a bona fide name: Shiner, for the color of the Texas beer...)

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Yeah...and if you're naming your daughters after your guitars, be thankful you're not into "Lap Steels"!!

 

[lol]

 

And TommyK, this is for you: eusa_clap.gif

 

(Can't swing a dead cat without hitting a wise guy around here. Which is, of course, why I keep coming back!)

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1943 00-17 Martin -- Martini

1935 D-28 Martin -- The Rhinestone Cowboy

1935 D-28 Martin -- Spot

1944 D-28 Martin -- Ol'Yeller

1939 D-28 Martin -- Patches

1943 J-45 Gibson -- Willi

1954 D-18 Martin -- Rodney

1935 D-18 Martin -- Black Jack

1935 Jumbo Gibson -- Jumbo

1936 Advanced Jumbo -- AJ

1921 0-28 Martin -- Rosemary's Baby

1967 D-35S Martin -- The Rose of Alabamy

1968 D-12-35 Martin 6-string conversion -- Alabama Jubilee

1937 TB/RB -75 Gibson -- Old Tom

1937 TB-2/RB-4 Gibson -- Walter

1926 Vega Whyte Laydie -- The Dragon

1932 TB/RB-3 Gibson -- Caroline

1935 TB/RB-11 Gibson -- Flower

1923 GB-4 Gibson -- The Dreaded Big Banjo

1913 A-1 Gibson -- Pumpkin

 

That's all I can think of.

 

Let's pick.

 

-Tom

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