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That amazing SC reminds me of my ZM Koa from Brian’s Guitars. Easily a favorite even though it’s not a PS - some truly amazing SE examples out...
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Shawn, thanks again to you and the whole team for inspiring us all!!
There are very few things that don’t...
Mikko, thanks as always - to the entire PS team!
Have a hunch next week will be exciting for me... been a long exciting wait...
Mikko, and the entire team - fantastic and inspiring work!
Thanks for another amazing installment... my jaw gets sore every Friday from bouncing...
I think it’s also related to burl not absorbing stain. That wood looks like a mix of densities.
Another truly stunning batch. Off the charts!!
Mikko - nicely done!
Feel free to return next week.
Or tomorrow. ;-)
We’re interviewing new creative team members.
Send pictures of guitars....
Thanks Roy - exactly ;-)
harder to see the subtle red coral purfling around the headstock and neck - gonna be amazing!!
Maybe you can afford a PRS - guitar players can be a bit snobby - you don’t have to spend a lot to get an amazing instrument. Especially now....
That's a commissioning pennant for a US Navy warship - every ship flies one 24/7 for its entire commissioned service.
Wow. Totally amazing wood.
I wouldn’t hesitate to have your T55 set up. Takes from a production spec to a detailed pro setup.
For my T60E - not exactly sure of every...
Spoken for already -
You bet - on travel will post soon -
Anyone need a decent used right nut?
Have one for sale.
If you’re considering a PTC makeover let me offer my experience... I’m not a pro player; I’m a serious lifelong musician who continually learns....
Have no idea when mine will appear. Being patient and enjoying the suspense. And the amazing buildup seeing all the others!
love this thread.
Sure looks like Ziricote - like my T60e which I absolutely love. A killer AG!
Thanks for another great edition Hunter!
Any way to tell what...
Outstanding! I’m confident you’ll be glad ;-)
And this will likely just be the first... but always the first...