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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Shawn@PRS, Jan 10, 2018.
If you mean the white one it’s in, yes.
You missed your window - they're much deeper in the compound than they used to be.
So as mentioned by all:
Drool. Wow. Drool some more.
Please continue this Archive series!
How many of you have a PRS from within the first 5 years? 10 years? 15 years?
My first is a 97 model Custom 22, so 12 years or so after production started
wow this is awesome! love the guitars and thanks Shawn!
I know most of us will have seen this video, but I feel it has its place here!
It never ceases to amaze me that Paul, despite being 29-30 years old, looked like a teenager! I’m wondering how many venues he was refused at, whilst trying to get in to show his guitars, as he looked under age.
I know the coloured finishes are so, so amazing, but you can’t beat a bit of natural.
Thanks! That was never listed as an available "color" so from what I understand, it's sort of unusual/limited production model. I actually called the factory with a question when I got it, and when the guy asked for my serial number, he almost immediately said "oh you got that one!" I joked "is that good or bad?" and he said " we don't even list the natural flamed maple top as an available finish, so that one is rather rare and I think they're very nice." I was surprised that he that quickly knew what guitar I had. He said he remembered seeing it when it was finished, and really liked it. (I wonder who that was I talked to, back in 97 or 98. He told me his name, but I didn't remember it).
That’s a great story. It’s amazing how these guys remember the instruments!
She’s very pretty!
Sweet guitar! But, that hat (and shirt) have got to go!
It took me until 96 to free up enough to get a Custom 22. Then a few months later I added the HB they sent to Canada for a trade show - I bought it before the show so no one else could make a better offer.
But I do have one other one that might be an archives candidate - not until after it visits a key founding member though.
I’m turning 30 this year and would love to have a birth year guitar... So, anyone got a spare 1988 Custom 24 in Vintage Yellow?