Is it possible to have too many guitars? 🤔
No, in fact, in this picture, there's one missing...
I did start playing bass in high school and my first guitar is the one that’s actually missing. Difficult to play, not a great tone, you guys know how "my first intrument" is... I sold that after a while to buy my Ibanez SR305 (down-left) and I consider this to be my first real bass. Played it a lot with @crizeofficial back in 2001 and loved it, very easy to play, 5 strings, low B ❤️! Then I bought my Washburn T25 (up-right) from my friend @stefan_de_la_onesti 😀, remember bro? ❤️ This was my main bass back in the days while playing with my band DUTEVINO. Loved it also, still playing it these days and planning to make an upgrade one day by changing the pickups.
The next on the list is the Yamaha Trb5p (middle-right), my main bass, THE BEST BASS IN THE WORLD!!! All the music I ever recorded was with this one, all my albums or bands albums, everything!
Thanks @adrian_ciuplea for selling it to me! ❤️
Mr. P, my precision bass, the one that gets all the likes (down-right) the most beautiful bass ever 😀. I have a previous post talking about the story of Mr.P (go check it).
On the middle right is the first bass I ever played in my life, this is @cezar_popescu_ ‘s bass. Me and Cezar used to play in the high school band. Miss those days bro! 🖤
Up-left is my first electric guitar, tunned like a 6 strings bass, bought from my dear friend @absurdcus. This guitar was made for me! Really! Since the day I got it I was so inspired that my album “Electric Play” become a guitar solo album 😂
Well, there is a story behind all these instruments so nope, not too many! 😍 - 2 days ago