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Guitar Anorak Question

Postby rectorspectre » Tue Dec 22, 2009 3:06 pm

Hi, I'm new, go easy on me.

I was fortunate to be at the sage on Saturday night, absolutely fantastic.I have a question regarding the guitar played by one of the musicians, and I'll apologise now for not being familiar with their names.

Anyway, looking toward the stage you had J to the far right. On the far left their was the guitarist playing a light blue strat, I think (the same guy played the harmonica parts).

The other guitarist, the wiry haired one with glasses, played an unusual looking guitar, which i think had 4 pick-ups. At first I thought it was a fender jaguar, but I'm not so sure.

Anyone know what the guitar was (and the guitarist's name)?

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Re: Guitar Anorak Question

Postby jesus son » Tue Dec 22, 2009 3:13 pm

Hi and welcome.

The light blue guitar, played by Doggen, was a Fender Jazzmaster and John Coxon plays a Gibson Thunderbird.

Don't know if these are re-issues or 60's originals, but given the condition of the guitars probably the later.

Hope that helps.
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Re: Guitar Anorak Question

Postby rectorspectre » Tue Dec 22, 2009 3:20 pm

Perfect,

Much appreciated :wink:
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Re: Guitar Anorak Question

Postby Fede77 » Tue Dec 22, 2009 3:40 pm

I don't know why, but when Doggen plays as Dogntank he usually change many guitars, but when he plays with Spiritualized he only uses the Jazzmaster. Perhaps Jason told him to use only Jazzmaster? Or the sound is suitable for Spiritualized? :?
I don't know...
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Re: Guitar Anorak Question

Postby solarflarez » Tue Dec 22, 2009 3:43 pm

jesus son wrote:Hi and welcome.

The light blue guitar, played by Doggen, was a Fender Jazzmaster and John Coxon plays a Gibson Thunderbird.

Don't know if these are re-issues or 60's originals, but given the condition of the guitars probably the later.

Hope that helps.

wasn't it a Firebird?
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Re: Guitar Anorak Question

Postby mkb » Tue Dec 22, 2009 3:59 pm

solarflarez wrote:
jesus son wrote:Hi and welcome.

The light blue guitar, played by Doggen, was a Fender Jazzmaster and John Coxon plays a Gibson Thunderbird.

Don't know if these are re-issues or 60's originals, but given the condition of the guitars probably the later.

Hope that helps.

wasn't it a Firebird?


That's what I was wondering - isn't the Thunderbird the bass version of the Firebird?
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Re: Guitar Anorak Question

Postby Already There » Tue Dec 22, 2009 4:26 pm

jesus son wrote:Hi and welcome.

The light blue guitar, played by Doggen, was a Fender Jazzmaster and John Coxon plays a Gibson Thunderbird.

Don't know if these are re-issues or 60's originals, but given the condition of the guitars probably the later.

Hope that helps.

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Re: Guitar Anorak Question

Postby jesus son » Tue Dec 22, 2009 5:37 pm

That's what I was wondering - isn't the Thunderbird the bass version of the Firebird?


Mmm, I think there's a six and a four string version of both the Thunderbird and Firebird but I could be getting them mixed up.
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Re: Guitar Anorak Question

Postby toomilk » Tue Dec 22, 2009 8:45 pm

The Thunderbird is the bass version of the Firebird.

John Coxon plays the latter. I think his is a '66. Here's a pic: http://www.guitarphotographer.com/Other ... st-Big.jpg

On the other hand, Will Carruthers played a Thunderbird.
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Re: Guitar Anorak Question

Postby Noddy » Tue Dec 22, 2009 9:34 pm

John plays a Gibson Non-Reverse Firebird, Lovely guitars. Nearly bought one myself but opted for this instead, same model Sonic used 88-89 era, Vox Phantom 12 string:
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Funnily enough I was just about to start a thread, asking folks on here whether they collect vintage guitars? I also own a Vox Lynx 1965, a pic here from a live shot. I love how Spacemen used all the Vox gear, think it caused a huge revival for them, especially via Brian Jonestown Massacre using the gear:
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Re: Guitar Anorak Question

Postby tarzan_undies » Tue Dec 22, 2009 10:21 pm

Doggen's Iceberg blue Fender Jazzmaster was originally owned by Julian Cope! And it's a '60s original......
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Re: Guitar Anorak Question

Postby jesus son » Wed Dec 23, 2009 12:19 am

tarzan_undies wrote:Doggen's Iceberg blue Fender Jazzmaster was originally owned by Julian Cope! And it's a '60s original......


Is it the same one Donald Ross Skinner used to play?
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Re: Guitar Anorak Question

Postby TheWarmth » Wed Dec 23, 2009 1:37 pm

Noddy's right, it's a non-reverse Firebird. The Thunderbirds are essentially the bass version of this guitar.

Here's my Firebird, non-reverse 2-pickup version:

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Re: Guitar Anorak Question

Postby angelsighs » Wed Dec 23, 2009 2:28 pm

that's a fine looking axe you have there Mr Warmth. Firebirds are gorgeous looking guitars.

Didn't Doggen used to play his black Les Paul (apparantly his favourite guitar) more in the LICD days? only recently (perhaps when he became the main lead guitarist) has he taken up the Jazzmaster exclusively. could be something to do with the need for whammy bar action- don't Jazzmasters have a good wide sweep for that, and also they don't go out of tune as much either?..

Jason meanwhile appears to have stuck with Fender Thinlines for forever.
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Re: Guitar Anorak Question

Postby jesus son » Wed Dec 23, 2009 5:46 pm

thanks for the clarification on the Thunderbird/Firebird

the first time I saw the Spacemen play Walking With Jesus I seem to remember Jason used Pete's Jaguar for that song only, other than that I can't recall him using anything else on stage but Telecasters of different descriptions, apart from the acoustic of course
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Re: Guitar Anorak Question

Postby Noddy » Wed Dec 23, 2009 6:12 pm

Re. Jasons guitars, I was far too young to experience them live in Pure Phase era, but I have seen pics of a Non-Reverse firebird, and its listed on album credits, but not sure if it was used live by Jason, I know there are promos from that era with Kate holding it.
Jason used to use a Rickenbacker in the studio with the Spacemen, would love to see him use one live.
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Re: Guitar Anorak Question

Postby They Transmit » Wed Dec 23, 2009 6:21 pm

Here's some of mine...

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Mish mash of various vintage late 60's Jags

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Re: Guitar Anorak Question

Postby TheWarmth » Wed Dec 23, 2009 6:23 pm

Angelsighs: Yes, Jazzmasters do have a very nice wide sweep on the vibrato arm. The Maestro vibratos on those Firebirds (they also appear on a lot of SG's) sure look cool, but they are virtually useless with absolutely minimal sweep.
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Re: Guitar Anorak Question

Postby They Transmit » Wed Dec 23, 2009 6:26 pm

Hey Warmth

That Gibson looks very sweet indeed.
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Re: Guitar Anorak Question

Postby TheWarmth » Wed Dec 23, 2009 6:26 pm

Very nice guitars and pedalboard, Neil! I think we need to do a gear comparison.

Cool, I'm wearing my "And My Soul's Been Spiritualized" shirt here:

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Re: Guitar Anorak Question

Postby They Transmit » Wed Dec 23, 2009 6:35 pm

This is the new board set up as we use a stack of midi/macbook pro/ableton stuff live now it all had to get updated...
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Re: Guitar Anorak Question

Postby They Transmit » Wed Dec 23, 2009 6:38 pm

This is the old board.

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Re: Guitar Anorak Question

Postby radioshack » Wed Dec 23, 2009 10:21 pm

Geeky as hell, but I'm a guitar anorak too. I love it!

The rarest guitar I have is a Eko acoustic from the 60's I think. Not actually that rare, and I'm sure dirt cheap on ebay. Very cool guitar though-fretboard is a dream and it looks unique. I believe BJM and LGM-era Spz used ekos. I was close to buying an eko electric recently. Looked ancient, odd and a bit kicked in.

I use a Fender Jaguar, but does anyone else feel they're really soft and lack balls when distorted? I'm aware the guitar was more meant for a 50's or 'surf' sound. I'm guessing bands who use them upgrade the pickups. After watching the Nirvana Reading 92 DVD, I noticed Kurt Cobain had double coils in his. I've got a mid-range Tele and it is capable of a much heavier sound. Looks the business though.

I've noticed, rather spoddily (is that a word?), that on Spz records they often use Epiphone Casinos. I've got a Epi Dot, which is a great guitar for the price. I've always toyed with upgrading to a Casino. Love the twang and thickness of them on Revolver.


How much did you guys pay for those Vox guitars? I always fancied one of those too. If I recall they were absurdly expensive.
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Re: Guitar Anorak Question

Postby Noddy » Thu Dec 24, 2009 10:57 am

Both Vox guitars are worth close to £1,000, but a combination of selling lots of unused stuff and getting one of them for 2/3 of the value helped. I bought the Vox Lynx over 2 years ago on E bay, nightmare to play but sounds excellent.
That Non-reverse Firebird is a beauty.
This is a good thread for us guitar geeks! I also use a blue Rickenbacker 330 6 string for most stuff live, not particulary rare but Rickenbackers never let you down.
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Re: Guitar Anorak Question

Postby They Transmit » Thu Dec 24, 2009 11:05 am

Was checking out the Lucid Dream stuff the other week at the studio, sounds great.
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Re: Guitar Anorak Question

Postby tarzan_undies » Thu Dec 24, 2009 11:39 am

jesus son wrote:
tarzan_undies wrote:Doggen's Iceberg blue Fender Jazzmaster was originally owned by Julian Cope! And it's a '60s original......


Is it the same one Donald Ross Skinner used to play?


It could very well be the same, if memory serves me well there's a picture on the inner sleeve of Saint Julian of him playing it.
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Re: Guitar Anorak Question

Postby TheWarmth » Thu Dec 24, 2009 5:18 pm

Here's my most recent acquisition, a '74 Gibson SG Custom:

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Re: Guitar Anorak Question

Postby They Transmit » Thu Dec 24, 2009 5:34 pm

Nice, looks like its in pretty great condition for a 74. I used to have a late 70's one but it was way more wrecked than this one.
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Re: Guitar Anorak Question

Postby TheWarmth » Thu Dec 24, 2009 7:12 pm

Neil, I meant to comment on your pedalboard and rig in general. Really impressive. Mine is less teched-out and I stick with mostly boutique analog pedals. I was listened to the ELBL 7-inches last night and you've got some great fuzz tones on there. Are you familiar with D*A*M from Yorkshire?
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Re: Guitar Anorak Question

Postby They Transmit » Thu Dec 24, 2009 7:40 pm

Cheers man. Yeah I had to get all hi-tech with the new gear to be able to do our stuff live as there's so much midi stuff going on.
D*A*M - Yeah great pedals, I used a Drag'n'fly and a 66' jag with hotrails in it on the "They Transmit" single for the heavy fuzz sound.
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Re: Guitar Anorak Question

Postby n1alist » Fri Dec 25, 2009 11:01 pm

although i have no pics available I play a firebird, which I cannot possibly recommend more to anyone wanting to find a combination of dirty heavy grooves as well as some bleeding cut through when required - if you play through the right amp.

I'm not a massive guitar gar head, my baord only has about 8 -9 pedals at one time (all are mainly ehx / dunlop plus dd6 & bf7) - but i've played teles in the past and i'm just not convince of their ballsinesse really.

anyhow coxon's firebird sounded great as did dogne's jazz. if you want to get anything like the tonal / pitch shift with a trem then jazz is recommended.,

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Re: Guitar Anorak Question

Postby TheWarmth » Sat Dec 26, 2009 5:25 am

C'mon, man, let's see a photo of your 'Bird!
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Re: Guitar Anorak Question

Postby TheWarmth » Sun Dec 27, 2009 9:16 pm

Here's more guitar porn:

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Re: Guitar Anorak Question

Postby They Transmit » Sun Dec 27, 2009 9:52 pm

Nice, did it come with the Bigsby or is that your addition?
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Re: Guitar Anorak Question

Postby TheWarmth » Sun Dec 27, 2009 10:01 pm

I put Fralin P90's in place of the stock mini-humbuckers and had the Bigsby installed. It's not vintage so I didn't feel bad about it.
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Re: Guitar Anorak Question

Postby They Transmit » Mon Dec 28, 2009 4:16 pm

lol yep no going back once those drill holes are in there.
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Re: Guitar Anorak Question

Postby ORBITAL » Mon Dec 28, 2009 7:16 pm

I see there's a nice Vox Starstreamer on ebay up until today that was sitting at ten grand ($)
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Re: Guitar Anorak Question

Postby TheWarmth » Mon Dec 28, 2009 10:06 pm

10k? Ludicrous! Did it actually sell for that much or was that just the asking price?
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Re: Guitar Anorak Question

Postby ORBITAL » Sun Jan 03, 2010 2:25 am

That was the starting price. The listing ended (I think) with said guitar unsold.

It was immaculate.
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Re: Guitar Anorak Question

Postby They Transmit » Sun Jan 03, 2010 9:11 pm

Hey Warmth, here's another of mine; its a 70's Strat; just had a full set of hot rails put in it. Sounds pretty fulll n heavy now.

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Re: Guitar Anorak Question

Postby MODLAB » Sun Jan 03, 2010 9:39 pm

Hey guys would you like your own guitar geek area? Also other instruments?

So much talk of peoples equipment and what people play. I think it would make
sense.

Oh I also am loving some of that equipment. I don't play but appreciate it!


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Re: Guitar Anorak Question

Postby They Transmit » Sun Jan 03, 2010 10:09 pm

That'd be pretty cool I would say. Gets my vote.
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Re: Guitar Anorak Question

Postby n1alist » Mon Jan 04, 2010 12:29 pm

They Transmit - here's a photo of my Firebird in action with my e-Bow

I think a gear page sounds like a great idea.

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Re: Guitar Anorak Question

Postby They Transmit » Mon Jan 04, 2010 3:15 pm

Nice one....good bit of Ebow action on the go there :)
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Re: Guitar Anorak Question

Postby TheWarmth » Mon Jan 04, 2010 9:54 pm

Yes, a gear section would be nice. I've got a lot more I can add.
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Re: Guitar Anorak Question

Postby MODLAB » Tue Jan 05, 2010 3:34 am

Look under Art/Design etc!

It's there.

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Re: Guitar Anorak Question

Postby TheWarmth » Tue Jan 05, 2010 5:42 am

Nice Strat, Neil! I've sort of been lusting over Strats recently, as I've never owned one. Do you use a trem bar with it? Don't see one in the photo, but figured I'd ask.
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Re: Guitar Anorak Question

Postby They Transmit » Tue Jan 05, 2010 8:29 am

Hey Warmth,

Yeah I've had this Strat for ages. I sold it to Roger from The Early Years awhile back then got it back from him when my band started going further down the Krautrock/Neu road.
No trem for me I've got it as a fixed tail for more sustain. Actually I took it into the shop yesterday to get it set up by Andy at Angel music and while I was in there Storm Thurgeson came in, I was speechless lol. Shoulda said something I suppose..."Design our album cover" lol :)
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Re: Guitar Anorak Question

Postby MODLAB » Tue Jan 05, 2010 1:06 pm

They Transmit wrote:Storm Thurgeson came in, I was speechless lol. Shoulda said something I suppose..."Design our album cover" lol :)


I must be the only person who finds the majority of Thorgerson's later output incredibly over-the-top, kitschy and somewhat embarrassing. His 60's70's stuff is wonderful hands down one of the finest. :D


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Re: Guitar Anorak Question

Postby marcvolta » Tue Jan 05, 2010 1:20 pm

has anyone here seen those new Danelectro Dead On 67 Hornet reissues
now i know danelectros tend to not be great, but at $250-$350, how can you beat it, its a guitar you could destroy and not shed a tear about.
plus ive always wanted one of those silvertone hornets, so i just may get one of those

right now i have an Eastwood Mosrite copy with a burns trem on it, another cheap guitar that plays really really well, and a Univox hi-flyer which i dont have much nice to say about, except i wanted it at the time so i guess i liked it at some point haha..

i also have a tele 72 thinline reissue in honey blonde(only 250 made with that color) but im trying to sell it as i dont really play out much anymore and when i do i just play improv noise stuff here in baltimore, and the telle really aint cutting it for me

i sold my original RE-201 space echo, and i've regretted it since the minute it sold
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Re: Guitar Anorak Question

Postby TheWarmth » Tue Jan 05, 2010 8:44 pm

What albums has Thurgeson done art for recently?
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Re: Guitar Anorak Question

Postby MODLAB » Tue Jan 05, 2010 9:00 pm

TheWarmth wrote:What albums has Thurgeson done art for recently?


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Re: Guitar Anorak Question

Postby TheWarmth » Mon Jan 11, 2010 5:21 am

Non-reverse Firebird!

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Re: Guitar Anorak Question

Postby solarflarez » Mon Jan 11, 2010 9:02 pm

Not as cool as other posts so far, but heres what my young boys and myself are playing at the moment, I do have more pedals, but my digital camera is playing up at the moment :(
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Re: Guitar Anorak Question

Postby supershonn » Sat Jan 23, 2010 3:38 am

ugh! you guys had to start this thread! i'm left-handed so i have a bizarre collection of knock-offs. well that's not exactly true, i do have a really nice gibson acoustic with the purdy abalone inlay, but honestly i'd rather play my old piece of crap epiphone that's been round ages and even shot with a gun (alright it was a bb gun rifle). it's great though, it's beat up but stays in tune and has a straight neck and a dead sound.

i have nylon string, a semi-hollowbody, a solid (sorta like a mustang) and two acoustics.


p/s- i love that photo paul, total porno, mine would look more like girls gone wild :cry:
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Re: Guitar Anorak Question

Postby TheWarmth » Mon Jan 25, 2010 11:34 pm

Post some photos, Shonn! I'd love to see that Gibson acoustic.
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Re: Guitar Anorak Question

Postby Sim » Fri Feb 19, 2010 9:10 pm

Keeping with the 'guitar on a bed' theme that appears to be prevalent in this thread.
Every year I think about getting rid of this thing. Had it for 22 now hence the reluctance. Great direct through a desk but never enough grunt live through an amp, too well behaved.

The love rival is in the loft, Fender Strat XII (12 string), dodgy old goth history surfaces.

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Re: Guitar Anorak Question

Postby solarflarez » Thu Feb 25, 2010 4:53 pm

Obviously inspired heavily by Jimis, a work in progress
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Re: Guitar Anorak Question

Postby Chris Barrus » Fri Feb 26, 2010 11:30 pm

Family portrait of everything from our last recording session

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From left to right:
- '64 Jazzmaster (nothing else sounds like this)
- '75 Telecaster (had this since my early 80s punk days and is still my primary recording guitar)
- 2002 Stratocaster XII
- '96 Strat (modded with '69 pickups, new block, and in/out phase wiring. this is main gigging guitar)
- '67 Vox Cheetah (all the internal electronics work!)
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Re: Guitar Anorak Question

Postby toomilk » Sun Feb 28, 2010 8:01 am

oh man...Vox Cheetah.......drooooollll
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Re: Guitar Anorak Question

Postby solarflarez » Wed Aug 18, 2010 8:17 am

no where near as cool as some of the guitars posted on here, but heres my two young lads guitars (the end two) and mine. My arm is in a cast at the minute so i cant play .....gutted
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