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Discussion in 'V.C.'s Parlor' started by dbrian66, Mar 28, 2020.
Good effort behind the lens Marco.
I spotted this other mini guitar, a Brian May Red Special
This is one of my main basses. 2012 Precision Lake Placid Blue with a Geddy Lee Jazz neck.
It is hard to photograph the color, but this is the best picture I have of it... from a gig standing in direct sunlight.
thought I had one but I forgot about the strat
I took the Mustang pic pretty much as soon as I string it - I did snip the strings after!
My comp stripe is actually nothing more than a cheap nylon one I bough off ebay. I put it on the guitar at least a decade ago and it has stayed there ever since. No peeling, no problems, nothing
Awesome. That's what I was planning on doing lol. They even sell them specifically for guitars now.
Looks to be the same color as mine. I thought it was black when I bought it. It took me holding it for 10 minutes before I finally realized it wasn't. I was ecstatic! Dark blue with rosewood fretboard for $24!?! S C O R E! That's my favorite color combo out of everything!
The whole plan for that guitar was to pull the neck for my actual black guitar and just put the maple neck and that body together because I've modified the black one so I wanted the rosewood fretboard on it. That all changed once I saw it was blue. It immediately became my #1 guitar lol. The blue one seems to be easier to do bends on, also. I'm not sure what's contributing to that, though. It's a world of difference.
At first I thought I might be due to raw maple vs rosewood but I'm not so sure anymore.
got this body in a trade with snivlm (thanks again!!) and now I can FINALLY post my favorite color guitar! (And it sounds awesome too)
Looks great! Glad it found the right home!
I guess I'm officially in my "Blue Period," which I never expected.
Squier Bullet (not even labelled as a Strat!) in Baltic Blue
Squier Stratocaster in Lake Placid Blue
Yamaha AES620 in Royal Blue
Yamaha SE 300 in what’s most often referred to as “flip/flop”, though it takes on a blue hue when in the right mood.
2019 Special Edition Player Telecaster in LPB.
Somehow, this thread evaded me. I don't know why, but I'm a sucker for blue guitars.
I don't name my guitars, but a bandmate who names hers calls this one "Pistachio", and who am I to argue. My VM Sonic Blue Jazzmaster. Note the "plumber's crack" near the 3-way switch - the AVRI mint pg almost fits. Noiseless pickups among tons of mods (ask me!)
Chicago Music Exchange limited edition Classic Player with American Vintage pickups and matching headstock. A real head-turner.
CV 50s Strat. Played great out of the box and has only needed string changes and cleaning over the past 9+ years. Beautiful patina'd nickel hardware.
Is it a Squier or a Fender? MIM Fender Tele body with US pickups and CV neck (thanks @IronSchef).
This supposed to be Sonic Blue but it's so light that even in person it looks white. Which is ok, 'cause I don't like red tort with blue.
My Godin Solidac made in Canada. I Never owned a Godin, I bought it because of the color. Well made guitar. Has piezo pickups as well as regular pickups with 2 seperate outputs, one output for the piezo and one output for the regular pickups. Interesting design.
I love blue as a guitar colour but only have one blue guitar - a cheapie Squier Mustang - it's official colour is Sonic Grey but I swear it's blue.
technically they're outputs but I knew what you meant. Good buddy of mine has been playing a Godin in his quite successful regional band for nearly 20 years now. Wow can it really have been that long, where does the time go?
Just corrected it. Tomato or Tamato.
I input the plug into the output? Stinkin’ English.