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Discussion in 'Electric Instruments' started by ooglybong, Sep 9, 2016.
That's funny, because if there was one solid color I would want above all else, it would be seafoam green. Dunno why, and I must admit 10 years ago I probably wouldn't have desired such a thing, but now it seems like a nice fit, a retro color in just the right way.
I'm a sucker for Seafoam!
You took it to another level.
I've had mine for 23 years when I saw it and played it, it was love at first sight.
Looks awesome !!! Bet it plays like a dream.
All those in a room would keep me awake all night. Awesome !!
Quick question my Prs doesn't have the Prs guitars Logo on the back near the serial number. Does this mean anything ??
it means it's old. Back in the day, they weren`t as standardized.
That John Mayer prototype looks a lot like an EG... just sayin.
I had one just like this, except mine had a pearloid guard.
Flamey neck and gold hardware, wow!
This looks correct for the period. This one has the original body shape BTW (carved upper horn. later on, that carve went away.
Droooooooooling. Some really great stuff in here.
Have to post three times before I can post a link...this is number 2, picture coming
Third post, picture next.
My kinda Strat. Got it cheap in terrible shape. Cleaned years of crap off of the fretboard, replaced the pickguard, replaced the 5-way, rewired it to OEM, now it's my baby.
I have this same version but gold coloured.