64, restored , rebound, refinished and reconfigured
My Eastwood Kustom Kraft!
I love this guitar!
Almost forgot my Phantom Mandoguitar.
When I bought it a seat on a plane it was ticketed inanimate, they clearly have no idea.
1958 club, the only guitar of mine I care about.
Here's my '62 6196... well played (by others), but still sounds great!
Well let me show the underrepresented Irish Falcon (Minus the pickguard).
Rickenbacker 360/12C63 prototype in British Racing Green.
330 and 360 in Greenglo,i'm not too keen on these myself.
Oh boy! For years I was not a green guitar guy. That has changed with this topic. So many beautiful guitars. I know they sound great. Maybe it's time to thin out some green in my wallet.
I'm a bit late but one last contribution. My first build.
2005 MIM Standard in Sage Green Metallic with many mods.
My Rachel playing my old 1960 6125 Anniversary.
My late '60s Apollo 2208 Deadly Dozen.
Love this Torino green...sounds good, too.
My new minty, minty green Squier Jazzmaster. The mildest of the greens.
The other "Green Man"... and the amphibian to which the quote in this thread's title is associated!
1999 Custom Shop '62 Reissue (it's really a lot greener, and less blue than this, but capturing the real color in a photo has been difficult)
I like this part too...
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