Thought I would have a sort through the guitars - I've already done the vinyl this weekend....I like to document how the collection stands from time to time - I've sold a few in the past year and bought a few more. In fairness I do have to downsize a bit so I thought now we be a good time to get them all together.I have a rule - if a guitar is sold it has to fund another guitar, amp or effect - last year I changed amps around and this year Strymon are probably going to perform a walletectomy on me.....First up - ML-2 Classic (my newest and favourite - seriously if I had to drop to one guitar this would be it, honeymoon period notwithstanding, it's a keeper). ML-1 in Antique Sunburst, bought in 2013 after a 9 hour trip to Andertons (which in only 90 miles away!). Finally a 2000 Standard Tele, I picked this up locally for 50 quid - it was dirty and needed some work to bring it up to spec, now it plays great.Next up is a 2009 Dave Murray Signature Strat - Dimarzio PAF in neck, Super Distortion in the bridge. Nitro finish and custom neck profile on the neck. Next to that one is the 2015 Dave Murray - Hot rails in bridge and neck with a JB Junior in the middle. It has a compound radius board and an original floyd. Unlike the original Black one this is mexican made. Last up is a 2006 American Series strat (before it was renamed the standard). Feels great and captures the strat sound perfectly. I bought it from a shop in Tonbridge and remember that I had a scorching attack of gout, which made the drive there and back painful! It has 50th anniversary button on the headstock, which is kind of nice, if totally meaningless.Next up the Harley Benton L450 lemon drop. I bought it from Thomann last march, just to see how good they were and proved to be a really good little guitar - it doesn't have a case, just stays propped up next to the Tiny Terror in case noodling breaks out. Alongside it is a 2004 Les Paul Standard in antique sunburst - I bought this from my localish shop in maidstone, when I was supposed to be getting a strat setup. It has a sixties profile neck, burstbuckers and sounds great - pre PCB as well which is a bonus. Finally there is the Gibson SG '61 Reissue - I saw AC/DC last year, so this was bound to happen. Much like the LP I was in the shop buying one thing and walked out with this - classic '57 pickups and cocktail stick neck.More Lesters - of the Tokai Variety. We have a 2005 LC60 (I I think) two piece mahogany back with a maple cap, gotoh picks and hardware - made in Japan. This was a steal on eBay back in 2012 at just over 200 quid - thanks to it be collection only and very near xmas. Alongside that is a 2005 LS70F - Made in Japan - very similar specs, sounds massively different! Finally a 1984/5 Tokai 38 Special. I bought this in 2013 - my first proper guitar was one of these so I was looking for one at the right price. It was pretty beaten up and I've had to do a bit of work to it. It's all original apart for the scratch plate which I had to get custom made.I bought the blue strat in 1986 from a shop in the Enfield Road called Tempo - it's a 1981 International Colors series in Maui Blue (it was new old stock, before the phrase new old stock had been invented). It weighs a tonne but really plays well. Showing it's age a bit these daysAlongside is a 2006 Jackson RR5 - made in Japan. It's a thru neck model with a pair of SH4's. I've loved the Rhodes ever since the eighties and this is my second. They are hard guitars to live with so this may be leaving the collection (until I play it and reconsider, the way I always do)Final one. Squier Vintage Modified PJ Bass I bought this last year for recording and realised I quite like playing bass. Alongside it is another last year purchase a Harley Benton JB75NA - my son bought one of these and it was so cool I decided to get one for myself. He's cross that I went for the natural one the same has his. I changed the controls to dome ones after seeing the Squier version Jocko posted a while ago. Finally we have Classic Vibe Tele - a great guitar I bought this second hand from Andertons when I bought the Dave Murray Strat, buying two guitars at the same time is something I could get used to.I am going to try and a get a couch video done soon, but getting a quiet couple hours round here is not easy!!!!Next Sunday - Amps!!!