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Congrats! Beautiful guitar! I have one that looks a lot like it, but yours is much nicer!
OMG! This is my DREAM guitar, please more pics!
looks like everything was carved free handed. No templates were harmed in the making of this thing! But totally cool project!
that blue with the pearl pickguard is a gorgeous combination! I don't know why PRS doesn't do that at the factory!
Anyone know what color this is?
congrats! That is a stunner! Been wanting one myself, this didn't help!
try this: not dolphins, but fish, there are 3 of them, it's a Private Stock, and they're on the body, not just the fretboard.......
Are you thinking of this? I thought I had remembered seeing one, too, but this is all I can find. It's a Nik Huber Flying Dolphin
wow best ones yet!
Here's my new (to me) 408 in Aquamarine... there's even bigger of a difference than I thought!
And then this is a pic of my Blue Matteo...
Hey I know we've talked about it before, but what's the name of the color of that first one? is it aquamarine? I wished my aquamarine looked...
my guess is the one one the right has faded over the years more than the one on the left.
Thanks everyone! That’s what I figured! But good to know that it’s not as thick as a McCarty. Those are fine, but thicker than I prefer.
That's what I thought. Anyone know if the new CU's with Piezo's are still this way? I really like the thinner body, and no where around here...
I have owned two P22’s and they were both thicker than a regular Custom, I believe. It’s been a few years so I could be wrong.
Hey guys, I know the old P22 and P24 used to be a McCarty thickness body, but what about the newer CU24 and CU22 Piezo models? Are they the...
that's freaking gorgeous, congrats!
i can see them on my phone, just not my work laptop. Beautiful!
i can't see the pics