I brought all my Jems home today, hoping to get some shots outdoors in the back yard, but it seems we've gotten rain for the first time in who knows how long, so I just did some handheld snaps in my basement.
I plan to actually take some half decent shots of my Jems as soon as I get the time. These, however, are only quick snaps. Take with a Canon 5D, handheld with a 24-105L IS f/4 lens, in possibly the most horrid lighting conditions on the planet. I just threw the white balance to tungsten so the guitars wouldn't look all yellow and sh*tty, but they still don't have the gleam they would outside
. I will get some good shots this weekend and repost.
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This is 9 of my 10 Jems, the 10th is a 777DY that is being swirled by Herc Fede and is due to ship next month. Here's a little history on my lovely ladies.
The 77FP was my first Jem, bought on the bay for $1,100 (before they skyrocketed). I love this guitar.
The 777LNG is dead mint. The fretboard has NO wear, it was sold to me as new and it will remain as new. I don't play her at all. I just take her out once in a while and put my d*ck on her and smile.
The 777DY & 777SK were bought within a month of each other, and both are great guitars.
I bought the Root Beer from a member on this site, it has a 7PBK neck on it, which is what I loved the most about it. I always hated the Root Beer neck, so when I saw this one, I had to snatch it up.
I bought the 20th new when it came out. I love the guitar, it's the only one I have with an AANJ neck on it.
The 7PBK is a new purchase for me, I just got it in yesterday.
I bought the 777VBK from Rich and had him set it up E flat so I could play my Guns N Roses songs with a Jem
The 77PMC is an authentic ATD swirl, according to Rich, and is listed on his used site as 777PMC-Rat. It is beat to **** and in horrible condition, but it's currently the one I play the most.
The other 777DY that isn't pictured was all beat to hell when I bought it, hence my reasoning for getting it swirled by Herc. I'll post pics when I get it in.
These are my Jems, in a rare "together" photo. I treat my Jems like the government, they are never all in the same place at once
. In case there is a fire, I want to have a few Jems left to play