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One month ago I sold my Yamaha AES620. I will (probably) never have a more comfortable guitar, and I will miss her. Much.

 

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Tell us about those guitars that you sold and then you repent  :rolleyes:

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I returned a Epiphone Les Paul Ultra III that played wonderfully. Every note I reached for was there.....but the USB side of the guitar just wasn't there for me and the only reason I bought the guitar. Sadly, she played so well but I took her back.

'99 Fender Power House Strat Deluxe Series Black

TBX tone pot Vintage American Noiseless Pups Active MidBoost

 

Dads Samick Torino 2 Red

 

Focusrite Scarlet 2i4 Behringer FSB1010 Reaper Amplitube 

Twin in Training Alex and Daniel

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First guitar was a Peavey T-15, traded it in when I got a Westone Spectrum ( canary yellow black hardware Floyd Rose and left hand headstock) I miss the Westone ( sold it to bail a friend out of jail, should have let him sit there). Aria Pro II Magna M-35, hot pink and black splatter. Floyd, very light and just felt good. I miss that one. The tank a blue something or other that was huge heavy and $100 at a pawn shop. That guitar flat out growled, miss that one. I've had a few others but other than my first Hohner headless I don't miss them. Some of them were just great sounding and or felt right. Some ( the ones I don't miss) were just junk.

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