Wow: He does nice work! Thanks for the link. Here's the Custom22 that started my thought process. I think matching back plates in that gorgeous quilt would be spiffy.
(I still want that truss rod cover I babbled about though) ;)
Hmmmmm.... I hadn't considered that. I was actually eyeballing some quilt maple backplates on eBay (quilt 10 top on my '22) and had an idea that I'd have them dyed & finished to match the top (like, as you mention, some PS models).
It'd cause all kinds of problems, though, if the wood plates...
So there I was, admiring my Custom 22 and remarking that, while nearly perfect in every possible way, there was something missing: A screech owl.
Then it occurred to me that a rosewood truss rod cover with an inlaid screech owl (on a branch, of course) would sell like hotcakes if it were to...
I have a bunch of "Hercules" wall mount hangers in a "sawtooth" pattern on my wall - I keep the the axes hanging on the wall when in the house. When I take them with me I have stands that I bring along.... My guitars spend very little time in their cases - only when travelling.
I just joined the club today with the purchase of a Custom 24 from The Guitar Shop in Toronto.
It comes with one of the multi-fit PRS cases, which will do the job and keep it safe but I find it to be somewhat less than awe-inspiring.
Has anyone found good aftermarket cases...