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So at around the age of 50 I bought my first Ernie Ball guitar in 2005/6 an Albert Lee SSS/Trem/piezo.
A year later I bought (what must be a rare guitar now?) a 2006 Limited Edition Albert , MMM, Trem.
I also owned a second hand Albert, so for a while I had 3, a JP6 (Thanks Fred!), and EVH hardtail, and these were sold off much later in life, so I'm back to my two original Alberts.
.... and that's it!
I love what I have, don't feel the need to try and better what I have.
Sorry Mr Ball , I should buy more but you have sated my appetite.
(I would add that from 1974 - 2006 I only had a Les Paul and custom built Tele)
1) Number of guitars has nothing to do with being a good customer, or good anything actually.
2) Spud, I can't speak for anyone else but I'm pretty sure there will be a thundering round of agreement when I say this...
You have been a big part of this forum community for 15 years. You've shared your time and knowledge and enthusiasm, and more with so many people, and we love you for it. You're one of the best.
And he restored a freakin' DeLorean! That's just SO cool!
^^^^ what DrKev just said!!!
Plus, I've helped make up for your 'shortage' of AL's, Spud... to kind of balance things out...
Hey Spud and you forgot your Musicman amps
This is not being bad customer my friend, it’s called wisdom...
For some reason I don’t rotate guitars anymore and stick to what I have so far that’s it’s more than enough. My guitars are now aging with me I may even downsize a bit but it’s a tough choice as each guitar has a story to tell
Nice to know. Early in my new found love for AL's, I came across these pics on the interweb...
I was smitten with the custom (?) green gittars....
*and a USA Reverend too!