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  1. #11
    Quote Originally Posted by GAD View Post
    I think I've confused some people by being unclear. This is a NGD post and that guitar is not for sale, nor will it be be as it's been promised to the person I bought it from whenever he wants it back. I was just lamenting the fact that I have too damn many guitars and as soon as i get rid of some, some new ones come in to replace them. I know, tough problem to have.
    You say this like its a bad thing. You reached an equilibrium and then you decreased the amound. The resultant void has to be filled.

    Guild X-170-T
    Guild Starfire V
    G&L ASAT Deluxe Semi-Hollow
    Gretsch 6119-1962HT Tennessee Rose
    Gretsch 6120 DC
    Gretsch 5422-12
    Fender American Standard Stratocaster
    Fender '90s Custom Telecaster

  2. #12
    Quote Originally Posted by GAD View Post
    I got rid of four, and now this third one has slid into one of the empty spots. Luckily I shipped two more off to Fixit, but damn i need to get rid of some more.

    Here's a not so subtle teaser.

    You are such a Tease GAD! If the original owner decides they don't want it back I want to put my name on the list for first dibs since no one else has spoken up yet, LOL!

    Hoboken-1960 X175, 1961 SF-II
    Westerly-1971 F612, 2000 SF-V, 1984 S284
    Nashville C.S. SFIV-3 P90 w/Trem, 2000 JF65-CE
    Corona-2003 Fleming F47-Brz RW, 2003 D55 50th Brz #10 of 50, 2003 SF-III-90
    Conn-2011 GSR D50 Coco, 2011 F212XL STD, 2013 R30S, 2013 Orph Jumbo, 2014 Orph Burst 000-12 Fret 12 String S.H. RW, 2012 F50-DTAR, 2012 F50R Burst, 2012 F50R DTAR, 2013 F512 Burst, 2014 F512-DTAR, 2014 D55-RS, 2014 GSR X500D

    70 T-bird 2x12
    93 Sequoia

  3. #13
    Quote Originally Posted by dbirchett View Post
    You say this like its a bad thing. You reached an equilibrium and then you decreased the amound. The resultant void has to be filled.
    Just as a gas will expand to fill a container, the number of guitars must increase to fill the available space. I like to refer to this as "GAD's Law".
    1970s: [ S70 | S300AD ]
    1980s: [ X79 | X79-3 | 2x X80 | X100 | S270 | S281 | S284 ]
    1980s: [ S300AD | X82 | Detonator | Liberator Elite | 2x NBs | D46 | DV72 ]
    1990s: [ 2x S100 | X170 | X170T | SB602F | SF IV | SF V | BB | NB Dlx | X3000 ]
    2000s: [ SF IV | BB-90 | X160R ]
    [ BB | 2x S200 ]
    Amps: [ G300 | G500 | G600 ]

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  4. #14
    Senior Member Zelja's Avatar
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    Q - How many Guilds are enough?

    A - Just one more...
    '92 JF30-12, '89 D25 SB, '78 D50,'97 SF4, '63 CE-100D SB, '77 S-100, '72 S-100, '76 S-100 carved, '66 SFV SB, '96 S-100 DeLuxe,
    '55 X-50, '61 SFIII, '13 NS M75 , '13 Orpheum 12 Fret Dread,
    '13 Orpheum Jumbo

  5. #15
    Too many is when you can't find a place to stack them.
    You can't have a BB Gun...You'll shoot your eyes out!

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    Senior Member adorshki's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by matsickma View Post
    Is that a RED or ORANGE X160 Rockibilly?
    "Time May Change the Technique of Music But Never Its Mission " - Rachmaninoff
    My 1st Guild: '96 Westerly D25NT "Hally" (10-31-96 stamped on heelblock)
    #2: '01 Westerly F65ce "Blondie"
    #3: '03 Corona D40e Richie Havens "Richie"
    All bought new!

  7. #17
    Too many is when your wife says: "It's either me or the guitars..."
    2012 Guild D55
    2014 Guild F512
    2017 Guild F55e Sunburst
    2017 Gibson SJ200 Sunburst
    2014 Taylor 812CE - First Edition
    2015 Taylor 214 DLX
    2009 Fender Stratocaster
    2015 Epi Les Paul Traditional

  8. #18
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    Quote Originally Posted by ClydeTower View Post
    Too many is when your wife says: "It's either me or the guitars..."
    A little hydration helps. Usually, one of those sweet dessert wines.
    "Steve, you are a man of many goats."~ capnjuan

    "Alternatively, you could just go the ultra-relic route with it. Basically go for a look that says the amp was on fire and they put it out using belt sanders."
    (amps - I need a "99" & "50")

  9. #19
    Quote Originally Posted by Mark WW View Post
    Too many is when you can't find a place to stack them.
    Then you start working on an addition.

    56 A-50, '57 CE-100, '60 X-150, '61 M-20, '62 F-20, '64 S-50 Jetstar, '64 Mark II, '65 SFIV, '71 S-90, '75 F-112, '75 Mark IVp, '81 M-80, '82 S-275, '86 T-250, 87 Nightbird I, 87 F-45ce, '88 Detonator, 92 F-15ce, '93 X-500, '97 Bluesbird, '99 F-30, '16 NS S-200 T-bird
    '54 Masteramp, '60 99j, '63 200-S, '66 Thunderbass, 66 Thunder T1-12, '69 Thunderstar, '92 G-500

    '94 G&L Legacy
    '03 Elder Lute
    '08 Parlor, '10 Butternut Deuce, '13 Rounder, '14 Kulakeiki

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    Quote Originally Posted by AcornHouse View Post
    Then you start working on an addition.
    Or you switch from acoustic to electric... 'Leccies are much easier to stack.
    Quote Originally Posted by Neal
    I am going to hang onto this little F-20 and play it as a reminder that life is sometimes rough, but it doesn't necessarily mean that the damage you accrue along the way defines who you are.
    Quote Originally Posted by marcellis
    Growing old is a bitch.
    Guild 12-strings:
    1978 G-312NT (on its way to steve488)
    1994 JF-30-12Bld (Westerly),
    2006 F-512 (Tacoma),
    2010 F-212XL STD (New Hartford) - "Connie"
    2014 Orpheum 12 OOO SHRW (New Hartford)

    Non-Guild 12s:
    1970 Martin D-12-20
    1980 Ibanez AW-75 (Series I)
    1984 Taylor 655

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