Yep... I was 14 when I saw the video for "In My Dreams", and I fell in love with his guitars and playing style. Unfortunately they were very expensive and I couldn't afford them back then. Fast forward 25 years and I decided to finally get one of the guitars I had always dreamed of. Then I just kept adding more.yzfr6i said:
Nice. The 90s is when Korean guitar factories really got their quality standards up there. Lots of good guitars still coming out of there today. Squire had better hardware back then, too.& You Dont Stop said:Recently picked up a mid 90s Squier Strat ProTone
These are said to have among the highest build quality found within the Squier line
Nearly up there among the legendary MIJ Squiers
Pretty much. The J45 is a sweetie. But it's also a old girl. So I do my best to minimize how hard and often I play it. The Martin is great. Took quite a while to break it in. But yeah, I love it.& You Dont Stop said:Is your Martin your go-to acoustic?
Never heard of Levinson. Tell me about those
Wow. Someone likes George Lynch.When I have to be quiet I mess around on these.
Left to right, top to bottom.
1999 ESP Kamikaze I
2005 ESP Kamikaze II
1988 ESP Kamikaze IV (ebony board with banana head stock signed by GL)
1989 ESP Kamikaze IV (maple board with banana head stock)
2005 ESP Sunburst Tiger (played and signed by GL)
1987 Kramer JK1000-BGL (Lynch signature briefly released only in Japan)
2004 LTD GL-600 Skulls and snakes
2007 LTD GL-600 M1 Tiger (Sam Ash clinic guitar)
2010 LTD GL-256
My 1987 hot pink Kramer F-1000 and Dessert yellow Ibanez RG550 20th anniversary guitars aren't in the pic.