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Discussion in 'V.C.'s Parlor' started by duceditor, Nov 13, 2020.
1984 Squier CST "SQ" Strat.
Silvertone 1457 (from 1966)
Case was destroyed, so I built a new one to put the original amp in.
My Gordon Smith GS1
For today, my one and only bass.
Family of Grotes.
A few more
1983 Squier CTL "SQ" Telecaster
My 'geet' of the day is my least expensive guitar. $99. And it is freaking amazing.
I replaced the tuners -- the one thing that while "okay," really weren't up to snuff in the company it keeps.
Everything else is. The neck. The sound.
Yes, it is truly a delight to play!
Squier Deluxe Stratocaster. Daphne Blue.
1449 Silvertone from 1963
Just stumbled on this thread. Wow! I missed some beauties. Here's mine for today.A GFS, Squier, wilkinson, Dimarzio mash up.
Wow what a line up,gulp....need another brew after that.
Epiphone '56 Pro. Had new pots, switch, input fitted along with a Gibson 50's rewire and a set of medium wind Sanford Magnetics P90's.
I have a very strong affinity for all guitars from K Yairi. Yours is beautiful. While I've never had the kind fortune to own a true Yairi, I have had two of the poor man's Yairi. My 5064, just like my first 5064 is stamped inside K Yairi. Not all Alvarez, even in his lifetime bear the signature stamp. Many things are 'wrong' with these particular guitars. Although I've seen them occasionally listed as solid tops, I believe the more common attribution of a laminated top, back and sides. A 'Florentine' cutaway, very rarely seen on acoustic guitars, especially Dreadnoughts. BUT, aging them 40 odd years and they sound like a fabulous dream. They now sell for between 2-4 times their original sale price commonly. Indeed, if you find one under $300 and are of a mind for a fantastic acoustic, grab it, they seldom dip that low in price.
First 5064, bought in summer/fall 1979
Current, '5064. bought 6-7 years ago, '77 vintage. (Old Alvarez, and maybe Yairi's, had the date stamped or handwritten somewhere on the label.)
1983 Squier "JV" '57 Precision Bass