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Here are all of my guitars.
-Fender Squier Affinity Series Telecaster
-Fender Starcaster Silverburst
-Dean Evo XM
-Lanikai Lu-11 Ukulele
-Grenada Acoustic
-Takamine GS 330s Acoustic

The Takamine does not have a pickguard. It sells new for exactly $324.

The Grenada is the acoustic with the pickguard. It is not a good guitar, but it was given to me by my uncle just before he died.

The Fender Squier Tele is the "Butterscotch" color. It sells new for $190 and it has had a $40 action job done on it.

The Fender Starcaster is just an average starcaster. It has a silverburst paint job.

The Dean Evo XM is pretty much just a cheap guitar. It sounds ok though.

The Lanikai Lu-11 ukulele is pretty good sounding; when it is in tune
Good start, be careful, collecting axes can be very addictive. I try and keep my stable sitting around 6 units, I'm constantly buying,building and flipping guitars. So far the passion has been self-sustaining. My goal is to make the one flip that gets me a US made Les Paul standard, I'll stop there I think.
Yeah I plan do do the same. I like the squier tele, and the takamine is a semi-expensive guitar already, but I plan to get a standard Mexican made ($500) stratocaster. and a gibson sg. then I will be good
i lied...
Higgs, just skip to "1:10" in the video. My timing is horribly off, but there you go.

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