I have a Martin and Taylor acoustics. Definitely for fun, I wish I was good enough to be professional.
Hey look at all those answer buddy, no I don't play guitar. :))
A Guild acoustic, a rare Tama acoustic, an Ibanez electric-acoustic and an Ibanez electric.<br />
I used to play and sing and write in the 70's... recorded a few albums, played gigs. It paid my way through college.
Yes, I have a Fender acoustic....I play for fun (I'm not that good at it).
Had a Ampeg electric and an ovation round back acoustic. I gotta say, there is no better sound than what came out of that Ovation.
Bass and guitar, mainly bass. Played in small bands for decades years ago, these days out of practice but trying to get back into practice. Main instrument is a custom-made Fender Bass VI, also have a Jaszzmaster Bass V, and a short scale Squier Jaguar 4-string. Guitars: Univox Les Paul from the 1970s, Epiphone Les Paul Deluxe, Ibanez acoustic. Fender: Stratocaster, Baritone Telecaster, Standard Telecaster, Telecaster Deluxe, Jazzmaster, Mustang, Jaguar, Marauder, T-Bucket acoustic. And a Squier mini-Stratocaster
Got several really old ones, a couple of those small Crate amps for practice size, but the two I would mainly use if I got to play out again would both be fairly new: a Fender Rumble 350 bass amp and a Fender Mustang III for guitar
No, I just decided to upgrade a bit and the Fender sounded fine--particularly since it is not only programmable but has 100 pre-set tones built in, plus a tuner.
nice guitar. What year is it
I used to play and sing in coffee shops bars and street corners, but now I just play for fun.Some of my songs are in one of my recent blogs titled, "My new music set up". take the hyperlink. I have a Martin HD28.
I have a Fender Strat and a Gibson Les Paul, I like the sound of the Gibson best. I play for fun.