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Discussion in 'Electric Instruments' started by DANPRS, Aug 1, 2016.
Here's my Forum Guitar, a Paul's Guitar in Black Gold. Not a great picture, but an amazing guitar!
I have a bit of a funny history with this guitar. Saw it online and obsessed over it for weeks. Finally pulled the trigger but just had trouble connecting with it. I haden't owned a PRS in a long, long time and never one with pickups like this. So.... I actually sold it. Buyer receives it and says he doesn't like the color and can he return it (it was obvious he just had buyers remorse but that's a whole other story). Sigh. I really hate selling gear online to people I don't know. Anyway, after much back and forth I took it back.
The thing is, I really missed it. So when I got it back I focused on finding out what this guitar is rather than expecting it to be something else. And wouldn't you know it, now I love e the thing! Meant to be I suppose and all thanks to a deadbeat buyer.
I do love a happy ending!
Some great Pauls Guitars on here but i cant believe no one commented on your pic, nice moves! What display case do you have your Pauls guitar in @Shawn@PRS ?
Does a Paul's Guitar inspired guitar count??
Assuming so...here is my Zombie SC 245 / Paul's Guitar hybrid.
Hahahaha, thanks man!
I'm not sure the brand name of the display case. My wife bought it for me back when I first got my 2 Year Employee Guitar.
We have yoga classes at PRS every Wednesday, so catch the next flight to Maryland!
No handstand but here's mine. Like stratlanta I didn't bond with this one right at first but after I took some time to really dig into it I came around. It has become my favorite (don't tell the DGT) I sometimes think that if I had to pare down to only one this would be it. But that's crazy talk...
Here's a repost of mine, since photobucket has changed.....
Faded Vintage Yellow w/ trem.
Without a doubt this guitar is one of my favorites. I think the ONLY way it could be better (more versatile) is if it had the piezo system. If I ever get around to doing a PS, it will have the PG electronics. The switching is so much easier, and the single coil sounds are fantastic!!
a classic color on a beautiful top
My first (and only) PRS:
It definitely won't be my last. Out of my handful of guitars, the usual suspects (Strat, LP, etc.), this is always the one I grab first.