I've been playing guitar for 30 years as of next month and over the years I've also picked up bass, mandolin and ukulele. My electrics (which I don't really play anymore) are an Ibanez Artcore AS73, a Dean EVO XM and a Rogue Rockateer. My acoustics are a Carlo Robelli (Sam Ash store brand) 3/4 size classical, a Charvel 525D, a Yamaha GL1 guitalele and a Takamine EC-132C. I've also acquired Bass Collection fretless bass, a Fender mandolin and a few Kala ukes.
Unfortunately, I'm looking to sell all the guitars and basses except for the Rogue, the Robelli and the Yamaha (the cheapest ones, but also the ones I play the most) because I rarely play them anymore. I mainly play ukulele and bass these days (there's just something I like about 4 strings lol) and, since I only really play acoustic, the Bass Collection will be replaced with a fretless acoustic. It'll be difficult to let them go, but they've served me well over the years and hopefully they'll end up in good homes where they'll get played a lot. :)
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