carvin dc727 2004
present day electric guitars owned by kurt otto

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les paul custom 1973

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fender stratocaster 1975
the infamous "psycho" strat mongrel tele neck

I still own this piece of shit guitar, I like it a lot

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fender stratocaster 1978
this was the best strat I ever had, although it fell apart right before I had to get rid of it in 1995.
I hope to get another to replace it someday, it had a real tunable whammy bar set-up.

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Gibson L6S 1975
A hot little booger, I liked this one, the strings were the lowest I've ever played. Sold it in 1988.

This guitar was used on the mp3 by Quartett on this site called CARDBOARD SHOULDERS.

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rickenbacker 12 str 1978
Here's a Rickenbacker 12 string I used to own, it was in PERFECT condition, but my fingers were too wide to play it right, so I multitracked with it as much as I could, and sold it in 1984.

Nowadays I still sample bits of the mutitrack, it translates to sampling well.

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gibson SG 6/12 1979

too many strings, not enough frets, a really awkward instrument, not unlike a large toilet seat, which is exactly what the other musicians called it, used on LA sessions, 1980, sold 1984

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fender p-bass mid-70's

this bass was used on 1980 sessions in LA,
I sold it to Okie D in 1981, should have kept it

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KO's first elec guitar, 1965
Brand unknown, seen here (left) with the Donahue brothers, Jimmy, Billy, and John, who is playing a red Airline.
photo by Meemaw

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