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Discussion in 'Electric Instruments' started by Shawn@PRS, Dec 7, 2012.
Dayam! Thank you Hunter!
G@ddamn, I love flowers. I won't quit 'til I get some.
Lovely set of photos today! Love all those Super Eagle IIs!
So, the Single Cut HB three deep in this photo seems to be hanging lower than the rest. Baritone or Tremonti pseudo-baritone? (It also seems to have 24 frets, but hard to tell...)
I really like the blue foil, but dayum!!! That semi-hollow 594 w/20th birds! And that blue neck a couple pics later - WOOF! Need to see that in better light!
Your wish is my command.
With some bonus Madame.
The left one always hangs a little lower...
OK, this one. I literally felt my heart do something strange and I had to take a breath. I don't know if that was coincidence and I am developing heart problems, or if it's because I've been saying for years that I want a Blacktop PRS and have never seen one.
Holy cow, that is AWESOME!!
Why did I never think of that?!?
Love that Orange SC with the Black Limba Back and the Ebony Binding!
I love Orange SC's...
Semihollow 594? Hubba hubba...
So much awesomeness. I love looking at what's going down in the factory. Big thanks to those involved and making this happen for us. <3
There were a couple 594 models floating around last year.
Umm...uuhhh...ok, ya caught me.
Bodacious bevy of botanical beauty!
Lollers -- stage left or audience left?
And PSF is pretty neat, too!
I'm going to be 'Captain Obvious' here, but there's not another electric guitar manufacturer on Planet Earth, at this point in time, that can compare with Paul Reed Smith. And to think, this factory in Maryland is making these instruments day after day, week after week and they are mass produced with incredible quality, performance and beauty. Every single one of them. It's boggles the mind.
TOTALLY AGREED. THAT MAPLE BONANZA NECK IS OFF THE CHARTS. SO. MUCH. MMMMMMMAPLE.....