Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by ]-[@n$0Ma☩!©, Jun 18, 2012.
Ok, smart-ass... now let's see you write your name in the snow.
and it better be in your own handwriting
Have you ever seen one of my prescriptions?
You don't write them the same way do you?
It's like I always say... "I'm not that kind of doctor, Ma'am, but I'll be happy to take a look."
McCarty switching should also be listed as just McSwitching.
Let me get this straight.. You're actually asking "pen or pen-is?"
Well, it's singular, so it's definitely not "pen-are".
Pen, Mr. Jeremy. Definately PEN.
hehehe.... he said Nut Mixture!!
I like your first term "pre-factory". That is the most overused and abused sales-catch for a pre-`95 PRS guitar and frankly one I'm over. Of course the first 10 years of production were in a factory! What are people trying to say when they use the term pre-factory, that Paul made all of those guitars single-handedly with a hammer and chisel in his garage? That is a term that could easily be replaced with "pre-Stevensville".
Hahaha, a language thread! Did you guys know, that "prs" means "tit" in czech?
Yes and I love tits. :big grin:
Actually, the demarcation line should be 1996, not 1995. That's another bit of disinformation that appears to have originated with Ed Roman. I owned a 1995 Standard 24 that was built on Virginia Ave. PRS was still building guitars on Virginia Ave when I purchased that guitar in September of 1995. PRS did not move to Stevensville until the end of 1995. If I recall correctly, production at Stevensville did not start in earnest until early 1996.
Hmm, I did not know that.
Production in Stevensville in January 1996.
That's what I remember. It used to blow my mind when people on the Internet would call me a liar for claiming that my 1995 Standard 24 was built on Virginia Ave.
And to confuse things even further, some guitars were started on Virginia Ave, but completed in Log Canoe Circle.
I finally know what pie means now,yeah.
With great knowledge comes great responsibility.