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Let's See Your Epiphones !

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You've guessed it. I like black guitars. :rolleyes:

 

ES-339 and friend.

 

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Wow that Dusenburg is one nice guitar. Nicest one on this site.....

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The Last one is a Gibby but she felt left out!

 

 

From top left: Dove Pro, T310 tele, S310 Strat, Casino, 1960 Tribute LP, Wildkat, Thunderbird and Blucifer.

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I have that rug, too.

 

Nice collection!

 

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Red, I like the guitars & I love the Mission Style Sofa they are on too!!! [biggrin]

 

If you had to pick JUST ONE to keep, which one wins & why????

 

Aster

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Here are some of mine:

EJ-200ce, IB Texan, Casino 50th Annie, '65 Casino Elitist

 

 

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Epi Custom Shop SG

 

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Better shot of Elitist w/case

 

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The EJ-160E is my office player & the Dove & Hummingbird are buried too deep in the music room right now to get out.

 

My Fav? Elitist Casino [thumbup]

 

Aster

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Here are some of mine:

EJ-200ce, IB Texan, Casino 50th Annie, '65 Casino Elitist

 

 

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Epi Custom Shop SG

 

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Better shot of Elitist w/case

 

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The EJ-160E is my office player & the Dove & Hummingbird are buried too deep in the music room right now to get out.

 

My Fav? Elitist Casino [thumbup]

 

Aster

Niiiiiiiice.

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Niiiiiiiice.

 

Ha ha. No kidding! But when are you going to take those stickers off the pickguards, Aster? :-k Or just take off the pickguards? Freakin' beautiful guitars!

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I have 2 of the 50th's & this one I grabbed out as it was closest and is not played (will sell it sometime). So that's why it's tagged & stickered up.

 

The Elitist I should get the cover off the pickguard sometime I guess. Play it a lot, but then it doesn't really both me much I guess. :rolleyes: You do have to be careful with the stickers if you leave the git out in the daylight. Had a Standard Casino that was at a dealers hanging and the Metal Halide lighting (has UV like sunlight) nicely age faded the pickguard except where the sticker was. I finally got it to age & match before I sold it. [biggrin] This casino LIVES in his case unless played.

 

Aster

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Here's my humble Epi family.

 

Les Paul Special, Dot Studio, Les Paul Custom:

 

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Wilshire Phant-O-Matic:

 

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AJ-15 with special guest (he's 8 now)

 

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My current Epis are here:

 

2003 LP +top Trans Amber, 2003 PR6e acoustic, Accubass, MM30e mandolin.

 

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Past Epis:

 

2000 LP Trans Amber Quilt:

 

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2001 LP Std +top Cherry.

 

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Just the Epiphones:

 

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Elitist Broadway, Elitist Casino, Elitist Les Paul Plus, Masterbilt Ukulele, Masterbilt AJ500r, Blues Custom 30 Amp, Elitist Tak Matsumoto Les Paul, Elitist Sheraton and lastly, Elitist Brydland. I sold off the Les Paul plus because I wasn't using it all that much. It's a great guitar but I love my Historic Gibson LPs and I grab those when in an LP mood.

 

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You have excellent taste! The Elitist Broadway and Byrdland are brilliant instruments! While they are not inexpensive they are still a bargain when compared to their Gibson cousins. A Byrdland will cost you nearly 10k as will an L5 which is similar to the Broadway. The third guitar there is an Eastman 910ce. Made in China and not inexpensive either! Hand carved with nitro finish and ebony appointments throughout! Very high class but cheap in price when compared to similar guitars

 

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