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Prominent Member
Joined: 11 years ago
Posts: 794
30/06/2009 3:46 pm  

2 electrics, 2 acoustics, and 1 acoustic-electric. At least 80 % of my time is spent on the acoustic-electric, usually unplugged. One of the acoustics doesn't get played anymore. It was never a good fit for me. I'm thinking of selling it or donating it to a school program. The other acoustic is an old beater played only on camping trips. My personal playing is mostly fingerstyle. Most of the time on the electrics is to accompany my community chorus.

I also have an acoustic mandolin. It gets very little attention.


Prominent Member
Joined: 16 years ago
Posts: 830
30/06/2009 11:33 pm  

My Guild, an old classical, a very old 12 string beater for open tunings only.....acoustics. Oh ya, a 5 string banjo.

A Strat, an Epi LP a cheapo reso which has mini humbucker type pickups.........

Right now I play mostly electric.

Estimable Member
Joined: 13 years ago
Posts: 108
01/07/2009 1:59 am  

A steel, a nylon, a 12 string, a semi hollow electric and a bass. Bass for church but most of my playing is on nylon. However lately its been the steel.

Illustrious Member
Joined: 13 years ago
Posts: 5470
01/07/2009 9:42 am  

A half dozen electrics...I think, and a dozen acoustics. I used to play acoustic exclusively, but now I'm probably reaching 50/50

Famed Member
Joined: 13 years ago
Posts: 2726
01/07/2009 12:24 pm  

I used to play acoustic exclusively, but now I'm probably reaching 50/50

"You don't understand the power of the dark side." - Darth Vader

"That place…is strong with the dark side of the Force." – Yoda

It's the rock that gives the stream its music . . . and the stream that gives the rock its roll.

Famed Member
Joined: 15 years ago
Posts: 2764
03/07/2009 6:37 pm  

What if I was playing my acoustic guitar amped with effects. Then it can be counted as two in one ? 8)

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