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Year of the guitar I guess.
Refinished a Pawn Shop special V and slapped in a pair of Bare Knuckle Mules, added a couple of Epiphone Elitist tone monsters from Japan and a Road Worn Tele.
My favorite is the Eppi 335. Sounds great and feels "right".
Just completed a refin on this '06 Gibson Flying V I scored in a local Pawn Shop for $250.
It was a pretty beat up natural finished beast with good "bones". I think the color turned out nicely.
Added a set of Bare Knuckle Mule pick-ups so now its ready for the dance...
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Some nice pic's of some very cool spaces and equipment. I love it!
I'm a guitar player myself and play lead guitar in a Classic Rock and Blues Band, just to let of a little steam you know...
I'm lucky enough to have three spaces to relax, unwind and make some noise.
Our office has some unfinished space so we set the band up there and this is were we practice. This has the lion's share of my amplifiers, effects, mixer, pa, etc.
The "study" at home has been turned into a music room which holds most of my guitar collection and my home office in the basement shares time as a studio where I do some...See more recording and editing of our bands gigs and practices.
Fun stuff, I really enjoy it.