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Thread: GAS: Who's afflicted? How badly?

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    Hello, my name is Kathryn and I have GAS:

    Seagull S6
    LaPatrie Etude
    Seagull Coastline Grand
    LaPatrie Motif
    Baby Taylor
    Yamaha C40
    Hohner DN48
    Yamaha CGS102A
    Yamaha GL1 (or should the guitaleles count as ukes?)
    Cordoba Cadete
    Cordoba Dolce
    Pavan TP30-64
    Esteve Model 8
    Gretsch G9216 (again, with the ukes?)
    Squier Bass
    Little Martin
    Blueridge BR-40T
    Taylor GS Mini (see what this thread has done to me?)
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    Kathryn

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    Hey Kathryn, you have some really nice guitars.

    Here's a list of mine, in no particular order:
    LaPatrie Collection
    Larrivee D-09
    Larrivee P-01 ISS (on order)
    Yamaha CGX171scf (flamenco)
    Tom Anderson Classic (electric)
    Yamaha GL1
    Simon & Patrick Songsmith 12 string
    Yamaha FS720s

    Lately, I've been REALLY wanting a bass, but I'm doing my best to resist.
    Fred Casey Canuke soprano, mahogany
    Pono MTD tenor, mahogany
    Mya-Moe pineapple concert #1168, mahogany
    Bradford Donaldson soprano, koa & spruce
    Mya-Moe tenor resonator #1579, koa
    Outdoor Uke soprano, transparent

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    Thank you. I should spend more time with them. Get the bass; you won't be sorry.
    Kathryn

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    While I don't have GAS...I do have a Fender/Squire Tele, a Yamaha FG 335, and my Kingstone Barry Tone uke.

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    i have recently been struck with GAS. Blah! and no money to fund it lol i see a coupe of you have seagull guitars, ive been looking into them, any opinions?? they seem really nice for the money

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigD View Post
    i have recently been struck with GAS. Blah! and no money to fund it lol
    same here, I want a solid wood archtop, might have to sell my fancy uke in order to get one

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    Wow you guys have a serious problem with GAS and beautiful guitars too! LOL!

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    Don't think I have GAS but I have 4 guitars......not sure why since I really can't play a tune on guitar to save my life. The most recent being a 3/4 yamaha jr2. The small size is just so cool !

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    I've owned over 150 + guitars since the 80's. I now sell guitars to buy ukes, sell ukes to buy guitars...it's a vicious cycle.

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    My wife has a few guitars, but I had never had any interest. I had a fender acoustic for a while when I was younger.
    However, recently I have spent way too much time looking at videos of Paul Reed Smith custom 24's. I don't think this will end until I get one. It will be a while, but it is definitely something that looks like addiction.
    I'd rather be plucking at a ukulele on a faraway beach. I was not a soft-leather-Italian-shoe kind of man. I was a flip-flop man.
    J. Maarten Troost

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