- Jun 25, 2018
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Guitars are like art, hot rods and wall art.
Not sure, I acquired this one years ago. I was looking at a Eddie Van Halen Frankenstein the other day for $13k or so or a Bumblebee for $19kJust out of curiosity what would something like that be valued at? I collect sports memorabilia but thinking of buying some rock n roll stuff.
Don’t know which I like better, your guitar or your MahaMy "wood corner" in my office. Also have a newer Fender acoustic and a beater Yamaha acoustic I have had for 40 yrs. Sound almost as good as the Washburn. About to pull the trigger on a Taylor 214 series acoustic. I've had a few electrics, View attachment 914571 but enjoy playing the acoustics more.
I had a Guild D50 that I was in love with and sold it to buy some other guitars a few years back. I was convinced I wanted another one of those or a Takamine. A friend suggested I spend some time playing Taylors, and I started being a nuisance at Guitar Center. I am a 100% Taylor guy now. They are all awesome!! Any series played better than the best Martins. If you play multiple guitars in their acoustic rooms I guarantee anyone will become a Taylor believer.They let me play one for a few minutes at the local guitar shop, then showed me the 214's lol
"You find an original soft case from the 40s."... Mine isn't in great shape but it is the original softcase from the 40s according to the luthiers I had look at it...Thought that was a really cool guitar so I decided to do a little searching.
That bass looks battle worn - bitchen!