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Whether or not PRS guitars are 'missing' from hard rock and metal …
They sure are showing up in modern-country acts a lot. ;)
Yeah, either one of those could get you killed! ;)
Reminds me of a post from a long time ago, on another board, from a touring pro about why so many musicians get into drugs:
"Touring is 90%...
Sorry to post this. But you asked.
You might send the pics over to the PTC guys and see what they recommend. ;)
I shall not post the photos directly. Tragedy lies within this link. A terrible crime against a defenseless PRS......
The McCarty Archtop was / is just a great guitar. Cherish yours!
I seem to recall - a loooong time ago - someone posted a pic of a sawn-in-half Hollowbody II body. PRS had scrapped it, cut it up for trash, but...
I'll add that the MEQ was my first-ever guitar with a rosewood neck, and it made me realize how different it is from mahogany and maple-necked PRS...
Playing my rosewood-necked MEQ and then my mahogany-necked McCarty, I noted, for about the 3,000th time, how different they feel.
I looked up...
Always looking for an excuse to trot this one out again … Modern Eagle Quatro:
I've bought several sets of rosewood pickup rings from John Guilford for my PRSii, over the years. Delivery was fine and the quality was good.
How thin is the carved top? Gratuitous flame maple shot of my McCarty Archtop. The cross section looks like caramel candy!