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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.
 

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This National. I almost sold it, but thankfully pulled it before any regrets.
Yeah, those are keepers; only get more expensive and out of reach so don't sell unless you have to.

I was ready to buy a Revolver a few years ago but they didn't have one and now that guitar is pushin 5 with tax.
 

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Paid $84 for this one and its the best fun & tone to dollar ratio ever. It's the cheapest I have and it gets played daily.

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I even have a naked clone that is the only guitar I play for the whole summer at the seaside cottage.

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I say that this little LP Special will end up 50 years from now, being sought after just like the 50's beginner LP Jr is today.
 

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My Maz 8 is around ten years old or so. I use that amp the most out of all I own.

I had a PRS CE24 for around twenty years but sold it off several years ago.
I still have a guitar that I bought new in the early '80s, but don't use it much.
 

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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.
 

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What is this called and what is it used for? Thanks.
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My wild guess would be an old capo?
String would go a round the peg and then turned to tighten down on the neck?
 
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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.
 

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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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