Semi-hollow Family Pic

Discussion in 'What's left to Talk About?' started by Mr. Leyvatone, Jul 4, 2019.

  1. stormin1155

    stormin1155 Well-Known Member

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    Red: Hamer Echotone
    White: D'Angelico Premier DC
    Blue: Epiphone ES-339 Ultra

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    Nice semi goodness!
     
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    Finally got a pic. It's ok to be a zombie during Halloween month.
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    My casino coupe modded with a5 stu mac buckers, my faded mahogany dot studio, and my johnson Las vegas in all flame maple.
    The dot was too solid, my vegas was too hollow but my coupe was juuuuust right.
     
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    Great looking guitars everyone! I like how so many of us have Epi’s in our collections. I personally think that the semi-hollow is where Epiphone really shines!

    I only have two. An Epiphone Sheraton II and an Ibanez AGS73b. Both are great guitars, but the Sheraton is definitely better. Cool thing about these two is I paid nothing for them. Both were trades. A snow blower for the Epi and an aquarium for the Ibanez. The snow blower and aquarium were both given to me. Sometimes it good to be a junk collector! :)

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  5. Mickey

    Mickey Gandalf the Intonationer

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    I tend to disagree in that I prefer Epi hollow body guitars to their semi's

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    redman Active Member Supporting Member+

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    Very nice eye candy everyone.
     
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    dbrian66 Well-Known Member

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    That’s a great looking guitar. I have never played a hollow body electric. But I would imagine the Epi’s are pretty nice.
     
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    dabbler Well-Known Member Supporting Member+ Supporting Member Gold Supporting Member

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    I have no epi hollows, or semis for that matter,

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    but I don't feel like I'm really missing anything.
     
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  9. T100D

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    My new Peavey JF1—put Wilkinson tuners and Thomastik Jazz BeBop 11's on it, still happy with stock pups


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    My 1962 Guild T100D Slim Jim, original Franz P-90's and Thomastik Jazz Swing 11's (since this photo was taken I moved the fake Hofner bridge to my Douglas WNO630, and replaced it with a TOM

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    Brought them all together for the first time. But some like flash, and some don't... I should have done it while the sun was out, we had a beautiful day. From left to right:
    Top - Agile AS-1000, Agile Harm semi custom, Harley Benton CST-24HB, Dean Sarasota (refinished)
    Bottom - HB RB-600. Agile Harm with Ghost Piezo, Michael Dolsey, Dillion DR-450FX

    The Harm FG looks clownie with flash, while the Dillion is washed out, both are gorgeous in real life.
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    Others need flash or daylight.
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    Nice collection! I love the Dillon. Great looking guitar.
     
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    Damn I wish my junk collecting was as fruitful. Very nice.
     
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    Looks like I unblocked a log jam. I just wanted to post a picture I've been meaning to take for a couple months now that this thread triggered in me back when I saw it.
     
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    Glad you did!
     
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