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Are collectors selfish assh@les?

Guitar collecting (or hoarding) is common amongst us guitarnerds. But why do we do it?
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Mini Guitarnerd doco

My band mate Dan Baebler has made a mini guitarnerd doco about me some of my guitars. Enjoy!

Maton Wedgtail – part 2.


The neverending saga of being a guitarnerd.

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To All The Girls I’ve Loved Before… 3

An awesome guitar that became a casualty of my changing taste in music.

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Back soon. I promise!

Hi g’nerds. Sorry about not posting any guitarnerd articles lately… that trip to country Victoria gave me a flu that has absolutely knocked me on my ass. I’ll get some new stories up very soon. In the meanwhile, join the guitarnerd facebook group, as I’m always posting bits and pieces on there… (click here to join)

Talk to you soon! – Tony

guitarnerd shirts… coming soon!

That’s right! Straight off the computer screen and onto your chestal area!

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Hi everyone. Hope you had a great Christmas & New Years. I’ve been on holiday for a few weeks, chilling, watching Columbo on TV1, playing guitar and just when I was about to kick start guitarnerd for 2011, my home town of Brisbane got punished by some massive floods. It was a scary couple of days, but luckily my house was ok. A lot of damage was done to the surrounding areas and the city itself though. I’ll get stuck back into guitarnerd asap. Stay tuned.

Cheers – Tony

About guitarnerd.com.au


Hi, my name is Tony. I’m a graphic designer by trade and also play bass in Brisbane band Sixfthick and guitar in Horrortones & Battlecat… and I’m a guitarnerd.

guitarnerd.com.au is a site that delves into the nerdom of guitars and why people like us are obsessed with them. Every guitar has a story and with this blog I try to uncover them.

If you are someone who can’t walk past a pawn brokers without breaking into a cold sweat and looking inside just in case there’s a rare vintage guitar that the owner has seriously under priced, then this site is for you.

Feel free to contact me at tony@guitarnerd.com.au with stories of your own axes and I’ll try and include them here.

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