Rare Electric Guitar
I have been collecting Jackson Explorer guitars for 15 years or so. I like the way they look, I like the way they
feel&most of all I like the way they balance, Currently I have about 22 in my collection, They are all pretty special.
Over the years I have had about 200 of them, I have sold off a few of them that I wish I hadn't most notably my
Koa BC Rich that I got directly from Bernie Rico in 1995 (Dead center above). I also had a super low serial number
Jackson exact explorer (Not A Kelly) but it had a big stupid Washburn Wonderbar tremolo on it so I let it go.
My Favorites are my own custom models, My 1978 Dean, my dead mint 70's Ibanez & my 79 Moonstone. My
Jackson Explorer sounds real good but it's a bit big for me. I think I will probably sell it next.I used to collect pairs
of Explorers and Vees but the Vees are not as comfortable for me and my collection was starting to require me to
move to a bigger house so I sold off 90% of the Vees.
The 3 guitars to the right are 3 that I have built. I am building myself one like the black one but with a reverse
headstock and no Floyd Rose. The red one is the larger body like the Hamer and the one on the left is the first one
I ever built.
The funny story here is I built the one with the lightning bolts on it back in 1993 or so. I never sold it and it has been
in my possession all these years. Back in 1997 it popped up on Harmony Central with a horrendous review on it.
Obviously the review was totally false but it never ceases to amaze me to what length people will go to trash someone
on the internet.
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