/\ I've got a few old Martins right here with me right now, wish I could see the headstock of George's guitar more clearly .....
Nice. I don't have any Martins. Only a Taylor 6-string, vintage 1994. Good enough for me, though. Jealous of your Martin possessions, of course!
I once had a 12-string Guild that I loved to death but had to pawn because my ex-wife made me. Young, stupid love.
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/\ I love old Guilds, I used to have an Guild jazz box with a couple of soap-bars, it sounded great, wish I had it back .....
Cool. I do love my Taylor, I have to say. A 710 rosewood, ebony on the frets, pine on top. Sounds like s dream, action is slippery. I could be a guitar collector, if I let myself, but it always felt like a terribly expensive habit. I occasionally will wonder into a guitar shop and play old Martins, though. They are a great guitar.
/\ I'm locked into it with my same old stuff, Martin and Fender, I've had it for many years ....
somebody gave me a nice vintage guitar a couple of months ago, I think it's out of here though ....
I know I'll regret it but I don't want a mountain of stuff, everybody in my family has too much of their stuff in my house, still doing spring cleaning .....
I think I figured it out: it's George with members of Badfinger!
Not Badfinger I'm afraid. It is Donovan and a guy called Sid Maurer who worked as an artist for record companies amongst other stuff
/\ good work Martin
check out the unusual high-top Jack Purcells on George:
"Let It Roll": George in what is frankly a very crisp ocbd:
here the bad guys were wearing Ivy, sad to say:
John was into Stan Smiths!:
Sperry Top-Sider CVOs too: