1930 Nation Style O
Resonator guitar, not a Dobro, it’s a National!
1931 National Duolian
The Duolian was National first range model, 34 $ on the 1931 catalog, followed by the Triolian.
Gibson L00 - 1995
Reissue of the pre-war model. Perfect guitar for finger-picking playing style, I wanted mine as soon as I got trapped by acoustic Blues, because I had noticed I would have to search among small guitars...
1934 Kalamazoo KG14
Exactly the same as my Gibson, but made by Kalamazoo, low-price pre-war Gibson catalog. Made many Bluesmen happy, because cheaper, meanwhile very good guitars.
Ibanez 637/12 - 1980
An excellent 12 string guitar, with a very powerful and fine sound. As I found it as a wreck, I got it fixed by excellent guitar maker Bruno Perrin in my hometown.
Queen of Folk guitars. Dig the sound, dig the design! As a Folk-Song addict too, I love to sing Dylan with it. I rarely take it with me on the road because I only have one back and two hands.
Gibson ES 345 - 1976
1976 - Stereo version of the 335, just before the "de luxe" model 355, with Varitone. Perfect to play Chicago Blues, or John Lee Hooker... To my opinion, the best guitar to play electric Blues.
Gibson Les Paul Custom - 1976
J'en ai rêvé des années durant (ma "un jour elle sera mienne" à moi), et le jour où elle est finalement entrée chez moi, je ne savais plus où j'étais...