I’ve owned 3 McCartys in the way distant past, and they were always my favorite in the old PRS lineup. Only sold to fund 2 custom builds that actually ended up being quite similar. Double cutaway, wide fat neck shapes, rosewood necks, etc. But when I saw this puppy on the whacky Gear Page I...
I had 2 semi-rare McCartys that for the life of me can’t remember the whys of me selling them. Would love to have a shot at a re-buy.
At least I now have sense to hang onto my DGT. Good luck; you never know these days!
I’m on the eastern shore of MD (near some guitar factory :rolleyes:) and love it in retirement. Beach traffic isn’t a problem if you’re off Ocean Gateway Rte. 50 a bit. That said, my best friend and wife live in Selbyville, DE and love it. They’re die hard beach people, and that’s close by. Both...
I foolishly sold a McCarty rosewood soap standard, which might be even scarcer. Pretty sure it was a 2001, too. Fellow I sold it to was going to use it mainly for slide. Another “what was I thinking “ moment.
9s across all guitars for me, even DGT. Seems to strike a balance that works, and makes life much simpler, easier. Been into some greasy steel chikin’ licks lately, and they require some crazy bends in all directions for my old hands. I save a couple centavos and buy em bulk.
I designed some guitar tees awhile back, and ended up with large “money shot” art on back and builder logo on pocket for front. Went over well, and folks seemed to dig the front pocket for money, picks etc. A bit more coin per unit. Just a thought. :)