famous guitar you'd love to get your hands on.

exhaustedexhausted Posts: 6,638
edited September 2003 in Musicians and Gearheads
cobain's jaguar.
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  • Pacomc79Pacomc79 Posts: 9,404
    BB-King's first Guitar.
    My Girlfriend said to me..."How many guitars do you need?" and I replied...."How many pairs of shoes do you need?" She got really quiet.
  • any piece of a smashed pete townshend guitar.
    i'd put it in a display case.
    once dissolved we are free to grow...
  • robrob Posts: 142
    Jimi Hendrix's burnt Strat from Monterey Pop.

    ( Was Zappa's main one for a while)
    How,,,,,did I GET here?!

  • robrob Posts: 142
    Either that or Exhausted's famous Jag!
    How,,,,,did I GET here?!

  • exhaustedexhausted Posts: 6,638
    dweezil plays it now i think. i remember watching a documentary and it had a segment with dweezil talking about that guitar.
    Originally posted by rob
    Jimi Hendrix's burnt Strat from Monterey Pop.

    ( Was Zappa's main one for a while)
  • robrob Posts: 142
    Yeah, it just emerged from his dad's basement. I saw Frank Zappa play it once, I always love that thing, and the whole concept of why he had it made
    How,,,,,did I GET here?!

  • Ed's black 1985 Schecter Tele. He doesn't seem to use it anymore anyway
  • hendrix's woodstock strat

    i read a keith richards autobiography and he said that that strat was really his and marianne faithful gave it to jimi when she was cheating on keith

    ;)
    ...please stand by the shore
  • transplanttransplant Posts: 1,088
    Randy Rhoads polka dotted Sandoval Flying V.
  • Mike's 59' Strat of course...
    Bowwowwow...yippie yo...yippie ye...bow wow...yippie yo...yippie ye...
    -Eddie Vedder
    (Blood, 7-5-03, Camden 1)
  • Originally posted by *Steve Gossard*
    Mike's 59' Strat of course...

    yeh yeh...me too!!!
    if i had known then what i know now...
  • FlaggFlagg Posts: 5,849
    Eddie Van Halen's red, white and black striped Frankenstrat!
    DAL-7/5/98,10/17/00,6/9/03,11/15/13
    BOS-9/28/04,9/29/04,6/28/08,6/30/08, 9/5/16, 9/7/16, 9/2/18
    MTL-9/15/05, OTT-9/16/05
    PHL-5/27/06,5/28/06,10/30/09,10/31/09
    CHI-8/2/07,8/5/07,8/23/09,8/24/09
    HTFD-6/27/08
    ATX-10/4/09, 10/12/14
    KC-5/3/2010,STL-5/4/2010
    Bridge School-10/23/2010,10/24/2010
    PJ20-9/3/2011,9/4/2011
    OKC-11/16/13
    SEA-12/6/13
    TUL-10/8/14
  • mccreadyisgodmccreadyisgod Bumfuq, MTPosts: 6,395
    Stone's #3 Gibson LP

    The older one would be my preference (it apparently doesn't exist any more) but the new goldtop would be damn sweet as well.

    Eddie has some sweet SG's lately, too.

    Overall, I'm really pretty happy with the ones I've got.

    Although I really would love to own an original 1956 Les Paul...
    ...and if you don't like it, you can suck on an egg.
  • felixfelix Posts: 19
    Most definitly jimmy page's double neck gibson or any of his les paul sunbursts. Those were just beautiful intruments.
    Sorry... i got nothing witty to say in the time allotted to me.

  • EchoesEchoes Posts: 1,279
    Whatever guitar Stevie Ray Vaughn played his last song on.......
    printf("shiver in eternal darkness\n");
  • One of billy corgan's strats from the gish-siamese dream era.
    seems that needlessly its getting harder
  • Jeff Buckley's awesome white 1959 Telecaster with the mirror pickguard.
  • The Elitist Texan that Paul Mcartney used to record 'Yesterday'.
    "Standing above the crowd,
    He had a voice so strong and loud and I
    Swallowed his facade cuz I'm so
    Eager to identify with
    Someone above the ground,
    Someone who seemed to feel the same,
    Someone prepared to lead the way, with
    Someone who would die for me."
    -TOOL
  • Originally posted by |-Release-|
    One of billy corgan's strats from the gish-siamese dream era.

    Oh boy, you like good tone, lace sensors into a jcm 800 2203, nummy, Did you know all it was was a 57 re-issue, with a lot of extra paint, but it did sound very good. That would be a great guitar to own!
    Learn as if you will live forever, live as if you will die tomorrow.
  • Originally posted by hi-flyer
    sorry for the bad news pearlwax but that cream jeff buckley's tele isn't a 59'er it's actually a late eighties standard tele and probably a made in japan rather than u.s.a. just tought you should know... Check out the head stock, bridge, saddles, retainer trees, and all the other stuff that just gives it away, that's a poly coat of finish not nitro...

    cheers

    Well I'll be snookered! Love that guitar anyway. But which guitar did he borrow from this woman (a nun I believe)? That's supposed to be a old Tele. Maybe the 1959 Tele is that one, the blonde one (near yellow) with the white pickguard. Anyway, I'd still sign for the one with ther mirror pickguard. Great looking guitar. Thanks for the info though.
  • Pacomc79Pacomc79 Posts: 9,404
    univox hi-flyer?

    I think Kevn Kenny plays a red one but it might be a mosrite.

    I'd love to have An old Pre war Martin Acoustic and a Dobro.

    Also a Gretsch Country Gentleman, I can't really think of who play's them.
    My Girlfriend said to me..."How many guitars do you need?" and I replied...."How many pairs of shoes do you need?" She got really quiet.
  • Originally posted by hi-flyer
    Jeff did have a 59 tele with a white pickguard, rarely did he use it, actually I've never seen footage of it... The one he borrowed from a friend that worked at St. Ann's was his main one the late eighties one with the mirror guard...

    I mixed them up. Thought the 59 one was the borrowed one... The new Live at Sin-é has a pic of Jeff and the 1959 Tele in the artwork.
  • Pacomc79Pacomc79 Posts: 9,404
    Perhaps a 51 no caster.......

    65 vibrolux drool.......

    03 Ferrari Enzo... yeah not an amp but every guitar player "needs" a $680,000 F1 style car to ride in.
    My Girlfriend said to me..."How many guitars do you need?" and I replied...."How many pairs of shoes do you need?" She got really quiet.
  • Originally posted by pearlwax
    Jeff Buckley's awesome white 1959 Telecaster with the mirror pickguard.



    nice one, its in the hall of fame now i believe

    i would like , to have stevies strat e 63 i believe not sure.
    or any of kurts jagstangs

    dave navaro has his blue one how the hell did he get that
    "thiers still time to escape, youve got time to escape
    thiers still time so escape,,,,
    auuuhhheehhh yaeeahh "
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