Im not a collector of instruments but I have anyway quite many  of them. Now when Ive started to make instruments I dont switch to a new one anymore because now I can fix them e.g. if the frets are worn out or something like that.

On the wall: Dreadnought, Hermann Hauser 1937, Washburn, Hofner 500/1, Pro Martin, Seagull 12-string, portuguese guitar and Maccaferri.

On the floor: Gibson 335, in the stand Jazzcaster type with gold foil pickups, Thinline Telecaster, Stratocaster made from parts, genuine Fender Telecaster and Jolana. Next Rickenbacker, Benedetto, Gretch 6120 and second Rickenbacker.

Jolana, Seagull, the genuine Telecaster and Washburn are not made by me, the others are. Ive also changed the top to the Pro Martin.

And my amplifiers: Behringer, Tweed Deluxe and AC15.



Heres also the amplifier (Fender Tweed Deluxe, 5E3 version) built in an old Tulane radio.

Line of acoustics. 

I have had also this kind of guitars:


Ibanez, 12-string, bought from Stockholm 1979.


Ibanez, 12-string, bought from Nummela near Helsinki. I switched the old Ibanez to this new one.


Fender Telecaster -74.

... and also these kind of guitars I have owned at some point:



    Seagull S6+




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