My current collection...Look now before it changes!

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  1. s_k_mullins

    s_k_mullins [email protected]#$?!

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    Hi guys! Just wanted to share my current collection of axes. It seems my collection is changing a lot lately. I chose to unload half of my collection due to some unforeseen home repairs, and also in preparation for having a child in June. So recently I've sold my Ibanez JBM100, Fender SRV Stratocaster, Gibson Thunderhorse Explorer, Ibanez RG3250MZ, Ibanez Premium 920QM, and PRS SE Mushok baritone. I will be adding some new axes later this year, but here is the collection as it stands today.

    From L to R:
    Music Man JPX in PDN Cardinal Red Sparkle (9-46, used for standard E and drop-D)
    Music Man JPX in Turquoise Pearl with roasted maple neck (10-46, used for Eb)
    G&L USA ASAT Classic in Transparent Blue over ash (10-46, used for various open tunings)
    PRS Mark Tremonti signature 10-top in Emerald Green (10-49, used for drop-Db)
    ESP Eclipse II Standard in Vintage Honey Burst (11-52, used for D and drop-C)
    Fender Jim Root signature Strat in Flat White (11-56, used for C# and drop-B)

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    Thanks for checking out my collection!
     
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    sojourner Well-Known Member

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    That Strat looks HUGE.
     
  3. Hollowway

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    Cool collection. And best thread title ever. :lol: It's sad, but true that we change out guitars more often than we change the strings on any given instrument.
     
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    Horizongeetar93 maaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaan

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    Wow the red JPX really caught my eye. All of these guitars have their own personalities it seems. Sweet collection!
     
  5. s_k_mullins

    s_k_mullins [email protected]#$?!

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    I hadn't noticed, but yeah it looks unusually large in comparison to the others.

    I've sold/traded a couple guitars before their first string change. It's a sickness! Ha

    Thanks man! That red JPX has an amazing sparkle finish that's difficult to capture in photos.
     
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    mikah912 SS.org Regular

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    Love the title. I just did a NGD with my two guitars (at the time) in November, and one is gone while I am selling the other locally after a failed attempt to move it in the Emporium here.

    Love your collection, BTW. That Tremonti is gorgeous.
     
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    JD27 ESP Cult Member

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    Still a nice collection even if it is smaller now. Some good quality stuff represented. I think someone scribbled on your JR Strat though...:lol:
     
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    s_k_mullins [email protected]#$?!

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    Thanks man!

    Yeah I've held on to only my favorite pieces. And they're all really high quality guitars.

    And I dunno who scribbled on my guitar. Damn vandals! :lol:
     
  9. bostjan

    bostjan MicroMetal Contributor

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    Thanks for sharing.

    Your strings to guitar ratio is too low, though, you need a couple sevens, eights, and nines to add to the family.
     
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    Ulvhedin Phrygianist

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    Awesome collection, you can cover pretty much every musical spectrum with that lineup! I need a JP BFR some day :)
     
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    s_k_mullins [email protected]#$?!

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    A couple 7s would be nice. I sold my Schecter C7 and traded away my Carvin 727.

    But 8s and 9s, not my thing.

    I want to add a G&L Legacy to cover the Stratty tones. And a semihollow would be nice. Cover all my bases.
     

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