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Post  Frank N. Peavey on Sat Nov 06, 2010 9:59 am

So... how 'bout talking about the rest of your herd of fiddles.

Besides my 1983 red/rosewood/blades T-40 I have the following in my thundering herd of Peavey's.

1979 T-60 (natural/maple/toasters) - project guitar in pieces at the moment
1980 T-60 (natural/maple/toasters)
1980 T-60 (red/rosewood/blades) - The famous ITOC gift T-60!
1984 Milestone Custom (pearl rose/maple/blades)
1984 Razer (red/maple/blade)
1985 Mantis LT (red/maple/P-12)
1986 Patriot (natural/maple/Super Ferrite)
1987 Patriot tremolo (red/maple/unknown pickup)
1990 Generation Standard (red/maple/unknown pickups) - project guitar in pieces at the moment
1994 Reactor (white/maple/unknown pickups)
2000s Raptor I (black/rosewood/DiMarzio pickup)
2007 Rockmaster electric (red/rosewood/unknown pickup)
2007 Rockmaster electric (black/rosewood/unknown pickup) - got two of these
2008 Rockmaster acoustic (natural/rosewood)
T-60 slab body (1978-1980) in the process of being made into a triple toaster threat
mini T-60

The non-Peavey's in the herd:

1980s Arbor Explorer copy (white/rosewood/unknown pickups)
1986 Washburn AF-40V Ace Frehley signature model (black w/t red graphics)
2000s Dean Sarasota 12 (transparent amber/rosewood/Seymour Duncan pickups)
2000s Dean VX (black/rosewood)
2000s Dean VCO-NT (natural/rosewood) - acoustic/electric Flying V!
2001 Epiphone Ace Frehley signature model Les Paul Classic (cherry sunburst/rosewood/DiMarzio pickups)
2006 Epiphone Les Paul Junior 90 (black/rosewood/P-90)



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Post  blanket on Sat Nov 06, 2010 11:04 pm

Nothing like yours Tony, but here they are.

1. Martin D-35
2. Chip Todd spalted maple
3. 1978 8M T-60 natural with toasters
4. Honey burst T-60
5. T-40 natural with toasters.
6. Cortez acoustic dreadnought, unknown age, natural.

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Post  Frank N. Peavey on Sun Nov 07, 2010 11:52 am

Thanks. I would love to own an 8M too.

I believe I may have played your spalted maple Chip custom at his place in 2007. I think I have some pictures of it somewhere. It sure played and sounded really good.
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Post  blanket on Sun Nov 07, 2010 2:30 pm

The spalted maple was displayed on the old site, I'll try to get some pictures posted soon.
It wasn't long after that when my son bought it from Chip, and then late 2008 it came to me.

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Post  Frank N. Peavey on Sun Nov 07, 2010 4:03 pm

I need to get on the computer and see what pics I have of it at Chip's.
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Post  Brian Krashpad on Thu Mar 03, 2011 9:38 am

Well, in addition to my T-40, Natalie, I have a second Peaevy bass, a Fury I. It's an '84-'86 rebadged T-25. Other Peaveys are my T-60, Theresa, and a '90's USA Predator, Candy.

Other basses are a MIJ Squier P-bass, a MIM Jazz, and a MIK Epi Thunderbird.

Won't list all the other guitars, but here's a pic at present:


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Post  Scottpro1969 on Fri Mar 04, 2011 10:23 am

Holy smokes, that's quite the herd!!! Shocked

Is that a Rick 620? Very nice collection, indeed.

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Post  Brian Krashpad on Fri Mar 04, 2011 10:37 am

Scottpro1969 wrote:Holy smokes, that's quite the herd!!! Shocked

Is that a Rick 620? Very nice collection, indeed.

Yep the red'un is a 620.

I got it in a straight trade from a friend of mine. He got my $250 EPI Flying V in return. Both guitars had ohsc's. Crazy, huh?

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Post  Scottpro1969 on Fri Mar 04, 2011 8:16 pm

Wow, that's an amazing trade...in your favor!! I love Ricks so much. Just wish they didn't cost so much.

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Post  Brian Krashpad on Sat Mar 05, 2011 1:12 am

Scottpro1969 wrote:Wow, that's an amazing trade...in your favor!! I love Ricks so much. Just wish they didn't cost so much.

Yeah, a few years prior to trading for that'un, I had a chance to get the same model 620 but in blue, for $400. At the time I was flat as a floogie, so I sussed my side band lead singer to it, and he bought it instead. It has since become his main guitar. I think getting my red one in a $250 trade was karma for letting the blue one go. Here's a pic of one of the rare times we've both played our mix-and-match Rics:



Funny thing about the trade deal, I was not trying to trade the Flying V, nor was I looking for a Ric. I had just bought a Les Paul Classic and needed cash to pay for it, so I was trying to sell, not trade, the Flying V. An old buddy of mine from the local scene, who I'd known for 10 or 15 years, offered me the trade, totally his idea. Of course it was such a great deal I couldn't say no. I sold a different guitar instead to finance the LP Classic.

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Post  NGPeavey on Thu Mar 10, 2011 5:39 pm

Hey fellas
I've dumped most my herd. Nothing left but the T40, an active Ibenez, a fretless Ibenez, an old off shoot beatle bass and a Peavey Foundation 5. The fretless I'm giving to my brother, trading off the Foundation 5, and keeping the rest. I'll never part with my T40 again.
Time came to clear stuff out, including amps. Too much stuff, not enough room!

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Post  Bo_H on Sun Jun 19, 2011 10:49 am

Oh let's see here, I've got an '84 T-- natural w/ black P/G and maple. The other two are a red Spector Legend 5 in Cherryburst and a 99 Stingray in prism (stickers, not paint).

Two Strats, Epiphone acoustic, and a Washburn electric. Oh yeah, there's a mandolin around too.
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