Originally Posted by glockhead
Gibson Les Paul... have it...
Ibanez Rg... have it
Martin Dreadnaught acoustic.
I checked out the Dean ML USA model on line. They look pretty cool. I'll have to see if anyone around here sells them so I can try one out.
I had a LP Standard Heritage Cherry. It was nice, and heavy. The Burstbucker Pro pickups kicked a$$. I sold it to a guy in Texas. I put it up on e-bay during one of the .99 specials with a high reserve and someone snatched it up in ten minutes.
I have four RGs:
* RG-1521 black (upgraded pickups)
* RG-1521 white
* RG-421 black
I used to have a PGM-301WH. I sold it to a guy in New York. It was my introduction to Ibanez guitars. Afterwards I found some of the other hardtails mentioned above. They suite me better (rosewood).
I sold a black Jackson Y2KV to a guy in Munich, Germany. He paid alot for it. It was a great sounding guitar but too awkward for me. The case for it was HUGE.
The only acoustic I've ever owned was an HD-28. It was a S&D special from MF. I stole it from them since the only thing wrong with it was a crack in the case. I played cowboy chords on it so much the first couple of frets were pretty worn when I sold it to a Canadian. He fixed it all up. This was another .99 listing that went in fifteen minutes.
I also had a American Fat Strat Texas Special that I just plain wore out. It was my first electric. The frets were pretty bad and I didn't want to pay to fix so I traded it in.
I bought and Ibanez Destroyer for cheap but it was crap so I sold it.
I had a Caparison Horus Deep Sea for a short time but could not deal with the tremelo so I sold it.
Oh, I have a green MM Benji too. It is the best made guitar I've ever owned. Pure quality. If it had a rosewood board it would be number one. They are going for cheap now.
I haven't found any guitars that I've become really attached to. The RGs seem to be the only keepers.