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In this photo taken from Reggie Sear's photobucket, we see his Marshall JCM 2... more
In this photo taken from Reggie Sear's photobucket, we see his Marshall JCM 2000 TSL 100.
In this photo taken from Reggie Sear's Photobucket, we see a Dean Markley K20... more
In this photo taken from Reggie Sear's Photobucket, we see a Dean Markley K20 Amp.
In this photo taken from Reggie Sear's photobucket, we see a Fender Hot Rod D... more
In this photo taken from Reggie Sear's photobucket, we see a Fender Hot Rod DeVille.
"Buddy Guy has always been a favorite of mine and I used to listen to him whe... more
"Buddy Guy has always been a favorite of mine and I used to listen to him when I was a kid. When I was 12 years old I was reading one of those catalogs Fender used to send out- the 'Frontline', and in it I saw a Buddy Guy signature stratocaster and I just had to have it. I begged my parents to buy it for me and they eventually did. I remember calling every music store in the tri-county area, and only one store had it. I remember that drive up there, I was so excited. I finally got to the store and I saw it on the display rack, it was the last one they had. I ran over to it and when I picked it up and held it in my hand I knew I had to have it. Sometimes when you pick up a guitar, even without playing it, you've fallen in love with it, and you already know that it's that special one that you're gonna play every night. Without playing it I fell in love with it and I have played that guitar every single night since then. I changed the pickups to lace sensors and that's been my main axe. Buddy himself held my guitar backstage one night and ever since then, every time I get onstage and play, Buddy's licks just flow out of that guitar. It's that guitar that I'ma probably get buried with."
"This started as a cheaper backup to my B.B. King Lucille, but the more I pla... more
"This started as a cheaper backup to my B.B. King Lucille, but the more I played it, I found it was very similar in look and sound as the Guild hollowbody that Son Seals played and that the tone was an amazing addition to my collection, and a guitar that I used almost nightly."
"I purchased this guitar because it had a great sound for Funk rhythm. But th... more
"I purchased this guitar because it had a great sound for Funk rhythm. But the cool thing about it, is that it has this cool bell-like ringing sound that has this edge if you pick next to the bridge and it gives me a great sound especially for my Bluesy stuff. I played the solo to 'Dip My Dipper' using this guitar clean through a 'Line 6 Spider II' crunch channel and people always gave me positive comments on the tone! I left everything stock because it sounds great just the way it is. When I plugged it in at the guitar store to try it out, I fell in love with it. Very comfortable to play. Not to mention it's not that expensive!"
In this photo, Reggie Sears is rocking his Gibson Flying V. more
In this photo, Reggie Sears is rocking his Gibson Flying V.
In this photo, Reggie Sears can be seen holding an Epiphone Les Paul 100. more
In this photo, Reggie Sears can be seen holding an Epiphone Les Paul 100.
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