1 Proteus 4 days ago Pictures are needed, I know, and will be forthcoming. This is just a quick list to commit me to making this happen.Everything listed here first, before going to ReverBay. (Which is a tedious species of misery.)Nuffathis foolin' around, it's time for home house-cleaning. Gotta make room. We got to move these refrigerators, we got to move these... GUITARSG&L Tribute ASAT Special Premium 10-13 years old, absolutely as new. Hardly played. "Premium" means extra-cost swamp ash body. Rosewood board. MFD Single-coils. Blueburst w/M-o-P guard. Padded gig bag. Tweaks: 4-way pup selector (adds pickups in series); copper-sheet shielding under pickguard (necessary to kill static noise). Killer Tele, haven't bonded. 500.00 will seem high, but it's perfect, tweaked, and right.Eastwood Guyatone LG-50 Feather Couldn't resist RJ Ronquillo's demo. I'm listening to it now, and it's making me want to change my mind. (The non-rock starts about 2:30.) But it turns out the guitar doesn't come with the chops. Mine's just like his, about a year old. Gig bag. Two short indentations in the back where I backed the wheels of my desk chair into it. Not through the finish, apparent only to inspection. 600.00 new. I'm imagining 500.00.Gibson 50s Tribute Les Paul These are from, what, 8-10 years ago? P90s, gorgeous Honeyburst. Pro fret leveling/dressing and setup. I rubbed out the flat finish for a nice vintagey lustre, looks great. Excellent, but a little beltbuckling on back (from previous owner). Gibson gig bag. How'bout 900.00?Reverend Rick Vito 2013. Unplayed case queen as dead-mint new as it could be - but a little natural discoloration on pickup covers. Oceanside Green with the white/black stripe. Flawless playability, of course. Love the bass rolloff and continuous balance control between pickups. Love the headstock. It's just a guitar it's possible I didn't really need. 1,499.00 new. Do I hear 1,000.00?Liberty Copperhead Resonator Bill Blue, a character from the Florida keys, used to buy cosmetic 2nd Korean acoustics, cut'em up to put in resonator cones and guts, then cover the tops with thin sheet metal and laser-cut arty soundholes. This'un, from 2004, is brushed copper, chrome res cover. Pretty spiffy. Flat black body. Biscuit-bridge innards, set up midway between finger-style and slide so you can do both. Copper top is lifting slightly in several places; I may glue it back down so you can't tell. Soft metal kinda-countertop-edge "binding" is beat up around bottom lower bout. Compare to Gretsch Roots resonator in tone. Gig bag. I'd like to see 375.00.Kona "Signature A/E" I don't even know what that MEANS, but this is a mini-jumbo cutaway acoustic-electric, spruce over rosewood. Nice oval soundhole, abalone binding, brownish pearloid tuners. Undistinguished but functional undersaddle pickup with built-in preamp. Action middling high. Good condition: some top wear, assorted scuffs and marks of use. Kona hardshell case. 175.00. AMPS Music Man RD-112 Sixty-Five EVM Early 80s. Big fat Fendery tube tone (solid-state front end). Massive clean tone, endless headroom. Better overdrive channel than you think. Heavy cast-basket E-V 12. The reverb is all it should be. Good to excellent, but heavy. 550.00? Gretsch Variety Yes, that one. Big, bold, beautiful, #6 off the line. 3-10s, harmonic vibrato, you know the amp. Pretty much as new. I diagnosed an inherent internal sympathetic vibration - edges of a bent-aluminum parts-cover pan were vibrating against each other. I had them welded, and that doesn't happen any more. It's gorgeous in appearance and tone, and it's a centerpiece of any room, and it's too big and I just don't use it. Someone should. 2,200.00 or trade for an Executive. PEDALS Keeley D&M double drive. 6 weeks young, absolutely as new, in box. 239.00 and up everywhere. Save here at 200.00.Boss DD-20 Giga Delay double-wide do-it-all delay. Four memory locations for faves. Stereo in and out. About 10 years old, I think. Hasn't been used for the last 4-5. Works right, numerous board-rash finish scratches/chips. In box. 150.00. Boss RC-20XL Loop Station double-wide phrase recorder/looper. VERY easy operation with 2 pedals, no dancing. 16 minutes recording time in 11 memory locations. Not stereo. Excellent condition, little board-rash. I think I have the box. 155.00. Boss RC-50 Loop Station phrase recorder. This is the big boy: 7 pedals for easy navigation, 3 separate stereo loops, multiple inputs and outputs. 49 minutes of recording time, 99 patches. Look it up and read all about it. This one mint in box. 350.00.Boss RV5 Reverb. Absolutely as new. No box. 100.00.Stigtronics Compressor. Long-time Indiana builder (not as famous as Wampler)! http://stigtronics.com/ Always nice gear, pro builds, quiet and reliable. Not cosmetically exceptional, plain colors and block type. This is a variety of Ross comp. 75.00.Stigtronics Atomic Drive. Blue overdrive, 3 knobs. I don't remember anything about it. I'll hook it and see if I can figure out what it clone-mods. Nice pedal, or I would't have bought it. (They were in stock in the local store, always try-before-buy.) But it must not have been my favorite, or it would still be on the board. Maybe after I hear it, it will be. For now, 50.00.MXR Dyna Comp. My first compressor. I dunno, should I sell it? Block-letter, 1979. Beat-up. Works just as it always did: deliciously squeezy and adds noise. Looks like they're 75.00 or so. OK.