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    How many of you guys have a space or a room specifically set aside in your home for guitars/music?

    I'd love to see your setups.

    To start the party, here's mine.
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    This is supposed to be my "clean room" which is built into my workshop..

    keeping it clean however is a task a little beyond my limited capabilities..


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    I consider myself to be a VERY lucky man because Mrs BriGuy thinks the guitars look cool and allows me to display them all over the house!

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    Default Re: Guitar-specific space

    Quote Originally Posted by Taz Rules View Post
    How many of you guys have a space or a room specifically set aside in your home for guitars/music?

    I'd love to see your setups.

    To start the party, here's mine.
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    You have seen this room before. There are some new occupants, but they belong to a buddy of mine.

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    Oops, missed a few.

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    I'll have to get some pics of the other half of this room. The guitar rack was behind me when I took this pic.

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    I’ve moved back into the parents house to save up for a new home, so all my guitars reside in a small corner in lower level of the house. Cant wait to get back into my own house where I get a whole room dedicated to my “stuff”

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    I don't really have a specific area...the whole house has music gear spread throughout it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RorySquier View Post
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    I'm kinda like Dave...I've got three guitars locked in display cases in the living-dining room, a half dozen in our computer/work room, about a dozen hanging on the walls of the guest bedroom, and the bulk of them in my music room with my amps and repair bench. There are also always a few in the garage constantly under some stage of development. It's a 3 car garage but we can barely fit one small car in it...the rest of it is my workshop. Pretty soon my wife and I will have to camp out in the back yard because my guitars will be taking over the master bedroom as well. Either that or we'll have to move to a larger house...larger than 3500 sq ft. The irony is that my wife keeps saying that we need to move to a smaller, less expensive home.

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    I've always got one or two guitars in my living room and my band rehearsal space in in my finished basement. Usually, I just go down there and practice with our normal stage setup.
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    Thankfully my wife likes the guitars hanging on the wall, so I have this corner of the living room.

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    These are cool! Show me more...
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    Quote Originally Posted by BriGuy1968 View Post
    I consider myself to be a VERY lucky man because Mrs BriGuy thinks the guitars look cool and allows me to display them all over the house!

    Acoustics and Bass (Dining Room West Wall):


    Purchased Electrics (Living Room East Wall):


    Builds (Living Room West Wall):
    Wow...therapeutic!

    This thread makes me feel much much much more normal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BriGuy1968 View Post
    I consider myself to be a VERY lucky man because Mrs BriGuy thinks the guitars look cool and allows me to display them all over the house!

    Acoustics and Bass (Dining Room West Wall):


    Purchased Electrics (Living Room East Wall):


    Builds (Living Room West Wall):
    Man, you have A LOT of ...ahem, a very nice, modest start to a guitar collection.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mincer View Post
    I don't really have a specific area...the whole house has music gear spread throughout it.
    Same. I like to have guitar and preferably something to play through always at hand.
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    I keep a Couple in the bedroom with headphone amp, a couple in the living room with a practice amp, and then half the garage is full of amp, pa, pedal board, stereo, etc...

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    I am pretty much the same as 80's I have gear everywhere in the house with the exception of the bedroom, bathroom, and kitchen (I need to do something about that). I have an office where my DAW is set up and a few of my amps and guitars live that is dedicated to music. There is also a room in the basement that is next on the home renovation list where I have a ton of my bigger stuff.

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