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    Like life, owning EBMM guitars is like a box of chocolates. I'm always curious what the next one is gonna be like. And dammit, they all taste so good.. no point in resisting
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    For me, it was and is the LIII HH. That guitar changed everything for me. It had the feel and tone I had been looking for. I have several now, each with a different wood combination. Now that I've found the guitar platform that works for me, one is not enough. I'm only interested in that guitar and its variations. Since the LIII HH came out, I haven't bought a guitar that isn't an LIII HH, and I'm ok with that.
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    I try not to question it, and just be thankful we have great fans!

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    They are all amazing versatile instruments and as us determined owners know , once you have sampled one, you cannot stop whether that be different models or "I want one with a Rosewood Board as well as maple"

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    Picasso didn't use just one brush..

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    every so often I will use my old strat but it never lasts i always come back to mt steve morse guitars. Theres just something about EBMM guitars. sound great , very comfortable and once you played a music man neck its hard to go back to anything else.
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    and a bunch of guitars I don't really play anymore

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr.Strangenote View Post
    Picasso didn't use just one brush..
    This^^^
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr.Strangenote View Post
    Picasso didn't use just one brush..
    True, but were most of them made by the same brush maker?
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    Quote Originally Posted by DrKev View Post
    True, but were most of them made by the same brush maker?
    Love this one!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by DrKev View Post
    True, but were most of them made by the same brush maker?
    Hey, they could have all come from the same animal!
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    Quote Originally Posted by KasperFauerby View Post
    Personally I've never understood the need or want for multiple guitars that are exactly the same. But my brand loyalty is extremely high. Earlier this year I almost went for another brand, but in the end picked the Cutlass after all. A decision I've not regretted in the slightest btw!



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    I use the JP6 as my main guitar and play in 2 different bands, one of which tunes to Eb. Rather than have to redo a set-up before each gig, I have multiple JP6 guitars, set up in both tunings. I will bring along a JP11 or an SBMM Majesty as a backup, or a hardtail guitar if our set requires tuning changes on the fly.

    This identical guitars thing has come in handy when both bands are booked at the same gig - the guitar feels the same but is 1/2 step down!
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    Quote Originally Posted by PeteDuBaldo View Post
    I use the JP6 as my main guitar and play in 2 different bands, one of which tunes to Eb. Rather than have to redo a set-up before each gig, I have multiple JP6 guitars, set up in both tunings. I will bring along a JP11 or an SBMM Majesty as a backup, or a hardtail guitar if our set requires tuning changes on the fly.

    This identical guitars thing has come in handy when both bands are booked at the same gig - the guitar feels the same but is 1/2 step down!
    That is indeed a very valid argument for having multiple JP6s. It does fall into the "unless you're a touring/gigging musician with need of an exact backup" category though. I can understand why someone like Steve Lukather might own several LIIIs as well

    For my own case, which is playing in a couple of bands (all standard tuning) plus home studio use, I'm going for tonal versatility instead. For me, having identical guitars would fall into the "collecting" category, which I kind of have a problem with...
    1997 - Luke I - Pearl Blue
    2011 - Reflex - Hardtail - White
    2016 - LIII BFR - HSS - Blueberry Burst Quilt
    2017 - Cutlass - SSS - Vintage Turquoise

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