Gear I’ve Owned

I’ve been selling gear and reviewing what to keep and what I’ve let go. Here’s the gear I no longer own. There was nothing wrong with the items I sold or traded. I was just done with them for one reason or another. I’ve regretted getting rid of some of them while others I don’t miss at all.

Guitars etc.

  • Gibson LG1 — was my first “quality” guitar — nostalgic but I’m done.
  • Washburn J6 — I prefer my Eastman replacement for this.
  • Ibanez 335-style Electric in Walnut finish (not shown)
  • Epiphone EO1 (not shown)
  • Fender Standard Jazz Bass (not shown)
  • Fender Stratocaster 60s re-issue Crimson Foto Flame finish
  • Fender Stratocaster American Deluxe Ash in Cherry finish
  • Danelectro 56 U3 re-issue — was fun to play. Lightweight made it easy to hold.
  • Art & Lutherie AMI Spruce Parlor (Godin)
  • National Reso-Phonic Style O — I hadn’t played it in years but my wife loved it and I’ll miss it.
  • Epiphone Casino — I’ll miss this guitar.


  • Silvertone 2×12 40 watt Amp. My first amplifier bought while I was in high school.
  • Crate VC3112 Amplifier
  • Line 6 Flextone II 1×12 60 watt amp
  • Fender Princeton Reverb amp 1976 silver face

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Other Stringed Instruments

  • Silvertone Banjo
  • Royal Soprano Ukulele
  • Plastic Ukulele
  • Plastic Guitar
  • Plywood Guitar
  • Stella Harmony Mandolin

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