Greeting from North Borneo, SABAH

lawcch
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Greeting from North Borneo, SABAH

Post by lawcch » Wed Aug 02, 2017 3:27 am

Hi everyone
I have been a member of this forum before but not active.
Anyway, I am a classical guitar player and Acoustic guitar player too.
Playing guitar for more than 30-year now and have bought a few handcrafted guitars from USA, EU and Japan.

From statistic , it was found that the most guitars or musical instruments owned and bought from these 3 countries I mentioned earlier.
Top of the list : USA, EU and Japan. Soon , maybe from China will be the biggest exporter of guitars or any musical instruments to other countries.

I do owned a few good quality guitars:
Yamaha L5 series, Yamaha GC 7M, Ibanez GA2000, Ryoji Matsuoka M20, M25, M30, M35, M40.
Antonio Sanchez 1020 and 1017 student models,
Kenny Hill La Curva guitar Artisan model made in China
Jose Ramirez S1 and NE 4 model

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Re: Greeting from North Borneo, SABAH

Post by Erik Zurcher » Wed Aug 02, 2017 6:45 am

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Re: Greeting from North Borneo, SABAH

Post by tom3949 » Wed Aug 02, 2017 9:20 am

Welcome. Nice little guitar collection you have there. I am informed it is called GAS (guitar acquisition syndrome), and I think I am developing it. I am told it is painful on the wallet!

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Re: Greeting from North Borneo, SABAH

Post by lawcch » Fri Aug 04, 2017 12:27 pm

tom3949 wrote:
Wed Aug 02, 2017 9:20 am
Welcome. Nice little guitar collection you have there. I am informed it is called GAS (guitar acquisition syndrome), and I think I am developing it. I am told it is painful on the wallet!
Hi Tom
Yes I am in the state of GAS now and I have to re-sell those guitars I don't need.
To re organise or reduce all my guitars collection to 5 or 6 good quality guitars.
I ahve too many student models guitars but I think I can sell them for a small profit.

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