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Sput's Guitar Collections

Idky but I've become obsessed with guitars lately. Interested to see what my sput bois play. Here's my shitty collection.
Kill 'Em All

BC Rich Warlock (Bronze Series)
My first electric guitar. Got it for Christmas in 5th grade. Saw it at a local music store for $100 and my parents bought it the next day and hid it for months. I've seen a lot of really bad reviews for the bronze series guitars, and I gotta disagree with them. The stock pickups have a very thin sound to them, but this thing plays great, and as you might expect, it's perfect for 80s thrash, and I always keep it in E standard for that reason. Also love the Metallica-esque black gloss finish. Between the previous owner and middle school me, this thing has taken quite a beating, but I'll probably never part from it.
2A Day to Remember

My second guitar. Got this in middle school during my ADTR phase, mostly just to have a guitar I can use in a different tuning. Again, I love gloss black, though I kinda regret putting the sticker on it. Love the LP shape too. Plays very nicely for a $200 guitar, contemplating putting EMGs in it as the stock pickups suck ass.

LTD M-17
Basically the 7-string version of the EC-10 except in the shape of a super-strat. Got this at the height of my Deftones obsession freshman year of high school. Used to basically play it like an 8 string without a high-E, and I don't think this guitar was meant to do that lol. Lent it to a friend about a year ago and it some how ended up in some methhead's townhouse which was cool. Stock pickups suck, hate the cheap finish, and I basically never play it these days. Doesn't really have any value though and it's my only 7-string so I keep it around.
4The Beatles

Squire Telecaster (Affinity Series)
This was definitely an impulse buy. I was a freshman in college and was playing more guitar than ever, except I didn't really play metal anymore and wanted a "non-metal" guitar. I like the guitar but I plan on upgrading it to a fender one real soon.
Periphery IV: Hail Stan

PRS-SE (Mark Holcomb Signature)
Worth more than quite literally all my other guitars combined, this is the obvious highlight of my collection. Got it January this year. Had started making a lot more money at work and just decided to splurge on a "real" guitar. This thing is a dream, seriously perfect guitar for modern metal. 26inch scale allows you to tune the guitar down multiple steps without having to use heavy gauge strings, alpha/omega pickups are great for high gain chugging as well as cleans, coil split allows you to get that metal tone and switch to a tele-tone at the drop of a hat. Really cannot recommend it enough, even if you're not a fan of the dude's music. If I was in a serious band this would be the only guitar I would touch.
6Cave In
Perfect Pitch Black

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