What are the non-PRS guitars in your arsenal you'll just never quit?

Tosca

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Tosca

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There are a distinct lack of micro switches on these! Which is disappointing.

“Never quit?” I’m calling bullsh*t. I see some without mini-toggles.





Edit: Great minds, Alnus.
You guys are brutal. There are a total of 17 minitoggles/push-pull pots and push-buttons in that photo, on 17 electrics…maybe below Tosca average…but still a decent showing.
 

alantig

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You guys are brutal. There are a total of 17 minitoggles/push-pull pots and push-buttons in that photo, on 17 electrics…maybe below Tosca average…but still a decent showing.
One switch in a guitar is like having no switches on a guitar.
 

Amptech

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For me it would be my '63 Stratocaster.. I've owned it for a long time ( read, I bought it at a garage sale for $125 ) and I don't think I could ever bear giving it up.. my '59 is a close runner up tho..
 

SinSir

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For me it would be my '63 Stratocaster.. I've owned it for a long time ( read, I bought it at a garage sale for $125 ) and I don't think I could ever bear giving it up.. my '59 is a close runner up tho..
In 1966? Lol Man I'd love to find a score like that!
 
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