My Guitars

These are the guitars I currently own. I like to buy guitars at the right price play them for a while and sell them on. I will always listen to any sensible offers on my guitars and I am always interested in any unusual or interesting Fenders, Yamahas, Westones and Burns guitars

Fender Stratocaster Special Edition

This 1993 American made stratocaster is a limited edition with gold hardware it has Texas Special Pickups and a TBX tone control circuit

Fender Aerodyne Classic Stratocaster

Made in Japan in 2008 the full story of this range is here
Aerodyne Guitars

Fender Telecaster 52 Reissue

This from Fender's 1996 collectibles range and is a made in Japan 52 reissue which is the only guitar I have ever bought new.

Yamaha MGS Standard

This is a guitar I bought in August 2018 I have never seen one in the UK before it's made in Japan from 1995 or thereabouts. More details here
MGS Guitars

Yamaha Pacifica 611

This guitar was made in yamaha's Indonesian factory in 2011 it is ridiculously good quality for the price some specs from a review.

The Yamaha Pacifica 611 has a solid Alder body, a feature often found only on more expensive guitars, and which forms the backbone of Yamaha's quality sound. This is complimented with a selection of quality hardware. First up is Yamaha's original bridge plate/GraphTech string saver saddle. Teflon-impregnated saddles dramatically reduce string breakage while minimizing the dominant 2KHz tonal spike of metal saddles. Combining these saddles with Yamaha's original steel bridgeplate give the perfect combination of quick response and strong sustain. Locking Grover machine heads lock strings automatically for stable tuning and mega fast string changes. The Yamaha Pacifica 611 features a coil tap function which allows simple switching from humbucker to single coil tones from the Seymour Duncan Custom 5 bridge pickup. The Graph Tech nut and string tree TUSQ XL is precision engineered to couple the strings vibrations to the neck and bring out hidden harmonics and richness in every note. 500 times more slippery than graphite, the Teflon-impregnated material eliminates string-binding and ensures tuning stability, even with massive string bends.

Yamaha Superaxe 1200SA

If there is a better 335 than the Yamaha Superaxe made I have yet to find it and I include the twice the price Gibsons.
Loads of information on my Superaxe pages here

Superaxe guitars

Yamaha YSG

This is a YSG T2 made around 1989 there were 4 models of YSG full details here:
YSG Guitars

Yamaha SG 30

This SG 30 was made in Japan in 1974

Yamaha SL 400

Again made in Japan this time around 1979 it's unusual in that it's a Les Paul with a bolt on neck so took some time to set up to get the tuning stable but now that it is set up it's among the easiest to play of my guitars.
Details of the range here.

Studio Lords and Lord Players

Yamaha Pacifica 311 MS

This is the made in Taiwan version of the Mike Stern signature model beautiful looks and feel and a testament to the quality of Yamaha's Taiwan operation.

Yamaha Superflighter 500

This is from the first and best range of Superflighters and was made in Japan in 1978 we can get an exact year on this from the pickups. There is a whole web site devoted to these see my links page.

Burns Shadow

Burns Bison

Vintage Burns guitars are pretty expensive but Burns of London have been producing some great alternatives since 1992. These guitars are all excellent quality more details on my Burns site see menu above.

Gibson Super jumbo

This is a mid 1950s guitar the same model was played by Elvis


Westone Thunder 1
Made in Japan by Matsumoku

Squier VM Thinline

This Chinese made guitar is very good quality for the price and perfect for strumming unplugged when you don't want too much noise.
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