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I have a lot of them.

Guitars:
1999 Ibanez Universe - is my #1 regret
2013 Ibanez Universe UV70P
2000 Fender YJM - my first one
1999 Ibanez Jem 7DBK
Several RG7620's(1997 Black and first one in my city, 1998 Vampire Kiss, a couple black 1999's) And then of course my Swirled 7620. My first RG7620, my dad had scalloped the fretboard for me. I really regret letting that one go. I don't have any pics of my other RG7's. In all, I believe I've had 10 or 11 seven strings if memory serves me right. I should put a list together one day of every guitar I've ever had. It will take me some time to do it mostly from memory.

Amps:
Marshall 1959 SLP 100w
Carvin Legacy - had two of these in heads. Had also the combo, don't regret getting rid of the combo. Thing was a tank and super heavy to move around.




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I didn't even think about amps.

Mesa Mark III green stripe combo

Mesa Dual Rectifier rackmount, 2ch black diamond plate w/ chrome control panel

Ampeg SS150H

Marshall 1960 straight front

Randall 412 cab

And I probably should've never sold my RS525 w/ the edge trem. Still aggrivated my 450S got stolen
 

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A Langner DCP-1 Elite Preamp, which is now worth massively more than I sold it for (even though I sold it at a profit), not so much for the value but because it was brilliant. Also an RG560 in white, but I will replace that one day.
 

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A 100% mint JS6 I got from Rich that he said was the nicest JS6 he'd ever seen. I told him I was so scared to play it, because it's so nice. He said, if you play it, you shouldn't have bought it, and I sort of agreed. So I sold it back to him and got a beat up JS6. Wish I still had the mint one...my biggest selling regret. I also sold a 1988 S540HHBK and I have never seen another one like it and the guy that bought it from me still has it and I periodically harass him, but he won't let it go.
 

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I have three. My first 7VWH. In 2006 I had a great uncle that passed away and left all of the grandkids in the family a couple thousand dollars. I bought a brand new JEM, after pining after one for years, and was thrilled. Sold it when I had some money issues making rent, etc. Second is an RG350DX that I put DiMarzio's in before I could afford the afore mentioned JEM. Not a high end guitar, but it was special to me. Lastly, a 90's two channel dual rectifier.
 

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I regret selling a Charvel Predator I stole from a pawn shop for like $125.. in the original chainsaw case! Original pickups and all, but the tremolo wouldn't stay in tune so I sold it. The buyer (used to be on here a lot) found a loose trem post mount and reglued it and fixed it. It was hands down the most comfortable guitar I ever wrapped a hand around. Also sold an RG3XXV to him that was a great sounding/playing guitar. Unfortunately, both guitars (along with all the rest of his collection) were destroyed when his basement flooded due to a storm. I have since replaced the Predator with a similar styled '89 Charvel Fusion Deluxe.
 

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I regret selling a Charvel Predator I stole from a pawn shop for like $125.. in the original chainsaw case! Original pickups and all, but the tremolo wouldn't stay in tune so I sold it. The buyer (used to be on here a lot) found a loose trem post mount and reglued it and fixed it. It was hands down the most comfortable guitar I ever wrapped a hand around. Also sold an RG3XXV to him that was a great sounding/playing guitar. Unfortunately, both guitars (along with all the rest of his collection) were destroyed when his basement flooded due to a storm. I have since replaced the Predator with a similar styled '89 Charvel Fusion Deluxe.
Oh man, yeah Ryc's flooding was absolutely devastating. :( I miss chatting with him, I occasionally manage to catch him on FB, but not enough.
 
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