Vintage Guitar - June 2018 - open - 144
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1) Nick and Toni Haas propped their
guitars alongside their '57 Chevy Bel Air
(in Tropical Turquoise) for this shot. The
guitars are (from left) an '01 Strat, 2000
Les Paul Classic, '89 Fender Heartfield,
'01 Les Paul Classic, '03 Firebird, '04
Washburn, '79 Explorer, '08 Goldtop, a
limited-edition '00 Flying V, an '01 Les
Paul Flame Top, and an '08 Brimstone
2) Jeff Everhart has been buying and
building guitars for 28 years, and his
collection includes two tribute models he
made (left), along with a 1990 Charvel 375
Deluxe, an '07 Strat, '11 EVH Wolfgang
Special, and a '17 Modern Player Tele.
On the floor is another home-made guitar
(with P-90s) and an '01 Schecter PT.
3) Steve Mend's collection includes this
Strat '57 reissue in Inca Silver, a tweedreplica amp built at the Chicago School
of Guitar Making, a Supro 1606, a recent
Marshall 1960A, a Nick Greer NTG 15
head, and his "surftastic" Silvertone 1415.
4) Jerry Sebol is "...definitely a Fender
guy, and I'm particularly fond of late-'60s
to early-'70s silverface amps." From
front to back on the left are a '73 Deluxe
Reverb, '69 Deluxe Reverb, and a '74
Vibrolux Reverb. On the right are a '73
Princeton Reverb and a '67 Bassman head
with a '64 cab. He gigs with all of them.
5) Mike Wehring is fond of his daughters
and his vintage amps and G&Ls. Evie
(left) is perched on a '66 Vibrolux Reverb
with the SC-1. In the middle is K.K.
with an SC-2 Mike calls "The Orange
Screamer," and Jilly sits on a '67 Vibrolux Reverb with the black SC-2. "All girls,
guitars, and amps were proudly made in
the USA!" he said.
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