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Jerry Douglas Model Beard Dobro.

1924 Gibson Lloyd Loar F-5 mandolin, Would someone please buy this for me? hahaha!

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Vintage 1937 Dobro Model No. 32 Square Neck Resonator Guitar Regal Made - http://www.dobroguitar.org/for-sale/vintage-1937-dobro-model-no-32-square-neck-resonator-guitar-regal-made-4/21492/

I really want a dobro to add to my collection - G9210 Boxcar™ Square-Neck by Roots Collection

Fender guitars are among the most sturdy ones and I highly recommend it.

Iconic 1934 pre-war Martin 000 guitar.

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Photo Credit: Wyatt McSpadden. Willie Nelson's guitar, a Martin N-20 classical named Trigger, has been with him since 1969.

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Bill Monroe's famous F5 Mandolin || This is the iconic instrument that Bill composed almost all of his tunes on. Famously vandalized 11/13/1985 by a jilted paramour, the splinters of this mandolin were re-assembled by Charlie Derrington in the most famous repair job in mandolin history. On 9/13/2005, Ricky Skaggs played it at a tribute to Monroe in Nasvhille. Philanthropst Bob McLean made it possible for the Country Music Hall of Fame to put it on permanent display in their collections.

Jimmy Page's #1 and #2 Les Pauls

Neil Young's - Gibson Les Paul "Old Black"

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Bluegrass band: banjo, fiddle, mandolin, dobro, upright bass, guitar, and a harmonica. Now you just need a few talented folks!

Music is a big interest of mine, I play a variety of instruments in different bands and record and produce my own http://www.guitarandmusicinstitute.com

Eric Clapton's 1956/57 Fender Stratocaster, a.k.a. Blackie

Stevie Ray Vaughan, the Guitar Legend, virtuoso! He sure could play that Fender Stratocaster like no one else. So glad that I got to see him perform a couple of times before his death on August 27, 1990. As far as his albums/songs, you name it and I love it!!

Pure Prairie League -Amie

Keith Rishards' "Micawber" (Fender Telecaster)