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    1938 Epiphone Broadway, for sale in the classified section .... ( guitar has been sold meanwhile ... )





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    1975 tele
    1960 ES 330
    1937 L 50 with modern CC floating pickup
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    1951 ES-175

    1947 ES-125





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    These are the 2 oldest ones in my arsenal (along with a 1977 Gurian flattop) : the '63 ES-345 is with me since 1982 and the '62 Super-400 came to me about 8 years ago. Both see regular action ....
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    Quote Originally Posted by 339 in june
    OK, I'll play, but modestly.
    My '59 Gibson ES 125 T
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    And a '60 crappy guitar player (the player, the guitar is not vintage)
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    Oh my gosh, I want that beard! If I try to grow one it looks like sofa fluff on sticky tape.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doktah B
    Oh my gosh, I want that beard! If I try to grow one it looks like sofa fluff on sticky tape.
    And that was something like 10 or 11 years ago ! It becomes really vintage too

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    We were in the studio today recording a Christmas album with the Campus Five, and so I had all my vintage stuff handy: L to R:
    1932 Gibson L-5 / 1937 Gibson ES-150 / 1939 Gibson ES-150 (currently on loan from a friend) / 1939 Gibson L-5
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    1939 Gibson EH-185 amp
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    In action... 1939 L-5 mic'd with both an AEA KU5A super cardioid ribbon mic, and my trusty DPA4099 clipped on as well.
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    The opposite perspective...
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    merry christmas to you all.

    and a happy new year, of course.






    1941 Kalamazoo KG-21 with Gibson GA-50 ( amp has been sold meanwhile )

    the KG is a lovely couch guitar, deep hog-body makes it feel like a 00.



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    Some amps......and a cat. Not all of the amps, nor all of the cats.

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    Quote Originally Posted by customxke
    Some amps......and a cat. Not all of the amps, nor all of the cats.

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    sheesh man ....
    how many cats do you need ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by pingu
    sheesh man ....
    how many cats do you need ?
    2, one female and one male. The rest goes by itself


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    1959 ES175dn
    1952 L5CES
    1947 L7
    1963 L5C
    1969 Johnny Smith
    1974 L5CESN
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    Hi all. I purchased this archtop a few years ago from a collector in Germany who acknowledged it might have been assembled from multiple guitars. The body appears to be an authentic Graubner Rex, but I am unable to identify the marking on the headstock. The headstock has the same shape and orientation (looking at the front, the headstock slopes down from left to right) as most comparable Herrnsdorf archtops. The only markings on the body that I can find are visible through the f hole. Just trying to nail down the date of manufacture and learn where the neck might have come from. I know it is not a valuable guitar, but it has brought me many hours of enjoyable playing!

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    Quote Originally Posted by JohanAbrandt
    2, one female and one male. The rest goes by itself


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    We had 4. 2 males and 2 females. Each were originally born as strays that we've raised from babies. Recently the friendliest, 1 male, decided to leave home. I was bummed for days.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Texas1952
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    Hi all. I purchased this archtop a few years ago from a collector in Germany who acknowledged it might have been assembled from multiple guitars. The body appears to be an authentic Graubner Rex, but I am unable to identify the marking on the headstock. The headstock has the same shape and orientation (looking at the front, the headstock slopes down from left to right) as most comparable Herrnsdorf archtops. The only markings on the body that I can find are visible through the f hole. Just trying to nail down the date of manufacture and learn where the neck might have come from. I know it is not a valuable guitar, but it has brought me many hours of enjoyable playing!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2bornot2bop
    We had 4. 2 males and 2 females. Each were originally born as strays that we've raised from babies. Recently the friendliest, 1 male, decided to leave home. I was bummed for days.
    Yeah, we can only be grateful when they pick us as their human. Hopefully he comes back when he feels like it

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    1952 Gibson ES-350N, 1961 Gibson L-7C

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    1947 L7 and 1936 L50
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    I hope you won't mind my joining in two months after the last post…

    '38 Epiphone DeLuxe, old (?) DeArmond 1100, '46 Epiphone Electar Zephyr amp



    Said Zephyr amp, with a '62 Brown Deluxe and a '64 Blackface Tremolux (repro cab)



    '53 Höfner 465 with another old (?) DeArmond 1000



    The first DeArmond I got but definitely not the least loved: '53 FHC (on a humble but also much-loved Loar LH-700)



    And last, an old (40s-60s) Di Mauro Boogie Woogie to start dabbling in Gypsy Jazz

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    I'll post a few every now and again. Here are some of the fun German ones, probably quite unfamiliar to most of you:
    -All with carved tops and backs, except for the Rod. Hoyer Broadway, which has a carved top and a laminated back.
    -Rodebald Hoyer "Broadway", West German;
    -Otwin (late), East German;
    -MUSIMA Spezial, East German - like a longer-scale Byrdland;
    -Herbert Todt, East German - East German - like a D'Angelico;
    -Wolfrum, East German - 18 1/2" big boy, with some updated parts.



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    I have a hard time having a small number of acoustic archtops, but this is the only CES I need. It’s a 1969. The amp behind it isn’t too shabby. The cabinet is a 1960 Tremolux with a replaced baffle loaded with two ten inch Cannabis Rex speakers. The chassis is a Fender Deluxe 5B3.


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    Does 19th Century count as vintage?


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