So post pictures of your instruments and stuff. If you don't have pics, then just type out what you have, but pics would be appreciated if you have them, and if you don't know how to link a pic, go to the RULES thread, and click on the HTML link.
EDIT: We don't need to have tons of "post your instrument threads". Use this one and this one only, all others will be locked.
Odd. You could always get the slightly shorter versions since there isn't as much variance in sound as you might think with the deeper toms. The biggest difference will come through with head selection and tuning.
When you get it finished, it would be cool to see some pics. :3
-Hohner L59 (70's Tobbaco Burst 59' Les Paul Copy)
-Squire Stratocaster (Standard metallic grey, chrome hardware, cream -scratch plate and knobs aged by time and mucho use)
-Squire Stratocaster (Custom loom, Fender pick up's in HSS figuration, mirror scratch plate, chrome knobs)
-And a load of other 'projects'
-Peavey Milestone III Bass (Electric blue, white scratch plate, chrome hardware, black Les Paul knobs, tone pots modded)
-Crafter Jassbass Copy (Crappy but I set up the action, sounds fat and awaiting moddage)
-Boss Overdrive/Distorsion (Most people hate it, they just don't know how to use it)
-Boss Mega Distorsion (Ok, so this one is effectively useless but you can get it to sound ok)
-Dunlop Wah Wah
-Various crappy old keyboards I've sampled or are waiting bending.
Novation REmote SL 25 Controller / Midi keyboard
Alesis RA300 AMP
Alesis Monitor One Mk2 Passive Near-field Monitors
Monster Power Pro 3500 Rackmount Powercenter
Studio Projects C1 Condenser Microphone
Steinberg CI2 Interface
Native Instruments Audio Kontrol 1 Interface
Nord Micro Modular
Access Virus B
HP Compaq 8710p (Do not get this for VST based music production, unless you enjoy suffering)
What you don't see.
Corner Racked Gear: MOTU 828 MK3, MOTU MTP AV, Yamaha MOTIF.
M-Audio UNO USB > Midi (Micro Modular to PC Interface)
Korg MS-20 Controller (Legacy Edition)
E-mu X-board 49 Controller
Korg K61 Controller
A ton of spaghetti (cables)
I have owned and lost a lot of equippment over the years,but my favorite basses I have owned included An LPC/BCRich prototype I picked up in Denver many years ago,which, to this day is my all time favorite bass ever made.One Guild frettless longscale bass.Double cutaway.
And yes,my old Kay 3/4 stand up.
I carried them with me always so no matter where I went,I was set .
This going to be really long so please bare with me
Teisco Mustang copy (I bought this back in the summer off Craigslist for $125. It's a bit thinner than an actual Fender, but the pick-ups have a bit more punch, but that's Japanese electronics from the 70s for you. It was red, but I stripped it and painted it silver metalflake with no clear-coat)
Epiphone ES-335 (It's an 80s model, and it's the transparent cherry red with gold hardware. I put a Bigsby tremolo on it a few years ago)
Epiphone SG (It's the model with p-90s, white with black hardware. I put white Seymore Duncan humbuckers in it not to long after I bought it. I love the tone this thing produces)
Squire Jagmaster (It's a Fender 45th birthday model, sunburst with tortious shell pickguard. I bought it for $100 at a pawn shop five or six years ago. The pick-ups had been swapped out when I bought it: a p-95 at the neck and a Seymore Duncan humbucker at the bridge. It was wired all backwards and has this cool natural reverb so I just left it)
Fender '72 Custom Telecaster (It's a reissue with the sunburst on black. I love this guitar and it's all sorts of beat up. That thing has been dropped so many times and I've thrown it a time or too also haha)
Fender Telecaster (Just the standard Tele that's all white. It has the 50s style ashtray bridge but it has the 70s style big headstock so it's a bit of a mutant)
Epiphone Firebird (Early 90s reissue, red with gold hardware. It's got three mini-humbuckers and the Maestro tremolo. I don't play it much because it looks too nice)
Univox Mosrite copy (Another pawn shop find, it's from the 70s and only set me back $250. It's blue metalflake with a white pickguard and black p-90s. The ultimate in surfy tone)
1965 Silvertone 2x12 combo (Craigslist find. It's a bit rough to look at but it was only $100 and it just needed tubes. It's actually pretty loud for 60 watts, but it think that has to do with the two vintage JBLs.Very cool vintage tone, and with the help of a fuzz pedal, the ultimate Sabbath tone is there)
1971 Kustom head and 2x15 cabinet ($300 pawnshop steel. The speakers are silver-cone JBLs and they are loud. The black tuck-n-roll is in great shape. Once again, a fuzz pedal or distortion this thing produces some thick, stoney tones)
Mid 70s Sunn O))) Coliseum head and 2x15 cabinet (I found this in a basement I was cleaning out. These things are always stupid loud, and this thing at max with ruin ones hearing haha)
I also have a cabinet that I made with my brother. We took the Leslie rotating speaker from an organ that was past the point of fixing, but the speaker was just fine for being well over 40 years old. It's a 15 inche speaker so we built a can and did it in tuck-n-roll to match the Kustom. We took an old wah pedal to use as the speed control for the rotation. Massive reverb and this speaker is actually really loud too)
Gretcsh Billy-Bo (The actual purchasable version of the Bo Diddley designed guitar. They look cool and those pick-ups that are used on Guilds and Gretcshs are fantastic)
Fender Jagstang (Not because I like Nirvana [I think they were terrible], but because they look cool and I played one once and I like their tone)
Fender Telemaster (The custom shop makes/made them and it's a cool idea. A body with the neck, electronics, and bridge from a Tele. I could build one)
Squire Sub-Sonic (They are cheap but it's like a reverse Jazzmaster/Jaguar and it would be cool to monkey with it's electronics)
Gibson Firebird (I want the non-reverse body. They would great, look cool, plus they have p-90s)
Rickenbacher 12-string (I love the chiming, bright jangly tone plus those things are classic and I bet it would wild through a mountain of effects and a huge amp haha)
Vox Teardrop (They have a cool look and neat tone. I don't like the 12-string ones because the neck is too narrow)
Ampeg Dan Armstrong Guitar (I've always oved the tone and looks of these things. An interchangable single-coil and humbucker. Plus they're lucite)
More Japanese guitars
A Hagstrom (Their Swedish)
The model on the left was just a Squire by fender standard, with a humbucker in the neck. Older 2003 one, they run in the $200+ range. I sold it for $100 2 weeks ago to put money down on a fender mexican strat.
Oh man I bought one of those online from musicians friend a few years back when they were getting known, only had it a day and it blew up o.O had to send it back... bought the cab with it too but kept it back then (don't have it anymore). jet city does sound good.. I guess I just had a bad one from the stock or the UPS dropped it or something.
I own an Epiphone Les Paul ltd edition Junior model but I haven't played him for ages, he had a bad fall and is being sent off tomorrow to have his headstock repaired and glued back onto the neck. Miss my guy =/
It's good to be random, crazy, whatever. 'Normal' is overrated. And isn't as much fun. Just be whoever you wanna be and forget about the people who don't like it. You're awesome.