I've only owned it for a year but my Kemper has been the most enjoyable piece of equipment I can remember ever purchasing. I love tube amps but the simplicity and selection of amps keeps me entertained for hours on end.
My studio/music room. Been a work in progress over the years and mighty enjoyable to spend time. For specific gear, My Simon Law Sixty One S (10 years this week!) and also my trusty (now old) AXE FX II.
This Moon mandolin would be among my "most enjoyable items of music gear for the longest duration" too. Not certain of the year but I bought it 18 or 20 years ago, a little shop worn but new. Spruce top, maple back/sides. I changed the machine heads to Schaller, replaced the adjustable bridge with a solid cocobolo/bone bridge of my own design (it's partially hollowed out from underneath to lighten it), changed the tailpiece to a Weber unit, and rounded over the body binding a bit as it dug into my flesh. It could maybe use a fret job now, but still has very fast action. I might have replaced the nut but I really don't remember now.
I don't have a pic, but probably my Peavey Classic 20 combo. That circuit loves 10-inch speakers and it just sounds good no matter what guitar I put through it. I have had it since 1993 or so, and it stays.
This one. 2006 Simon & Patrick Showcase. Our kids were young and money was comparatively tight at the time, so I watched it hang on a hook at the local shop for months. Eventually, we got a nice tax return that got us a much needed new mattress and this. I love this guitar.
In my case that would be my Ibanez Iceman
I've enjoyed all my guitars/amps/pedals & my basses & Mandobird.
But all the gear I had before my Iceman has had some time of inactivity (especially my Les Paul copy before I modded it)
But my Iceman has never fallen out of favour in any way.
Got it used many years ago.
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