Let's put up the things that make us go "Arrrrrgh" when we pick up one of our guitars. The guitar My 1989 Squier Strat, now retro fitted with a white mid seventies Fender USA stratbody, a kahler spyder tremolo and a single Seymour Duncan little 59 pickup. What I don't like about it I detest having to use a wrench to tune the bugger, and when a string breaks the whole tuning is bust The guitar My 1998 Squier affinity tele, the "Breadboard guitar" body stripped shaved down and inlayed with contrasting stripes of maple and Platanus, it has it's stock single coils replaced by Seymoure Duncan Little 59 pickups. What I don't like about it Hard to explain this but there's something about the neck that makes it feel uncomforatble durings gigs but at rehearsals there's nothing wrong. I also have to replace the volume pot since it's extremely scratchy and the neck pickup humms when I touch it The guitar My Cort Jim Triggs Signature model hollow body. Totally stock. What I don't like about it Neck heavy and it plays rather awkward, plus that the tuners have a different ratio from the ones that are on my other guitars. The guitar My late Eighties/early nineties, Hohner TE Custom Double bound telecaster copy What I don't like about it The binding cuts in my flesh when I play it live and wearing T-shirt, and it's also heavier than any Gibson Les Paul I ever played. The guitar My Telecaster/Les Paul hybrid, which fuses telecaster style pickups and hardware with a Les Paul shaped body, I'm currently refinishing it in sunburst. What I don't like about it The neck (which came frome Mighty mite) has this speedy Ibanez Profile combined with small vintage fretwire and the string spacing is a little cramped. The guitar My Tele V, a flying V with the body ends cut off shaped solid with a tele bridge and Pickup (coming from a sixties tele) What I don't like about it Neck heavy, extremely brittle sound, it sometimes tend to sound like an Ovation electro accoustic. So safe to say there's a lot I could name that I would like to see combined in one single guitar, one which would combine the good things of my guitars and eliminate the bad things.