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Gotta rep the Big 4:
If it was a cheap guitar, maybe. Not a PRS.
You could keep it under tension by looking at it disapprovingly every few hours.
With V8 nitro.
I'm pretty sure the word "hello" would goad @Mozzi into writing hundreds of thousands of words.
I had a wishlist and trolled Reverb until I found a used Wood Library for less than a new Core.
Hot take: the new Whitesnake is a very forgettable album.
Tell me about it.
Your top is thin, mine didn't even have the nail holes in it that I was promised! You can barely make out some nicks next to...
I've made up my mind
By don't fit, do you mean the hole's too big or too small?
Too big: fill with toothpicks & woodglue.
Too small: drill it out gently.
I use the...
Drop B is metal.
Worrying about neck relief is not metal.
Other options involve a removable wood block, more springs, etc.
2 weeks ago, in Chicago
I saw them and I'm pretty sure that's his core 7, the one that got stolen and recovered...?
Exactly. And it's not like it was PRS' factory. It's World Music and they also produce for LTD, Chapman, etc. If PRS wanted more from that builder...
They didn't use a lot of 7&8 strings on Hail Stan. Most of it was 6ers in drop-c and drop-a, I think.
I posted about it on here a while back, but Dave's had an S2 Custom 24 in satin Royal Purple that I really regret not pulling the trigger on.
Interesting. I've seen DT probly half a dozen times and the sound is almost always top-notch.
SE Custom 24s have "Wide Thin" necks. 25/32" at the nut (a.k.a. 0.78125"). See docs here.
It's definitely not a beefier neck, it's slightly more...
I disagree with this. I think the Tremonti is the hard rock/metal utility player of the lineup and likely sells just as much (or more) on that...
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