Core or Private Stock Acoustic Archtop?

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  1. staybobo

    staybobo New Member

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    What specs would you like to see for a PRS Private Stock or Core acoustic archtop guitar?

    Spec sheet
    • Scale length
    • Body length
    • Lower bout width
    • Waist width
    • Upper bout width
    • Nut width
    • String spacing at nut
    • String spacing at bridge
    • Top wood(s)
    • Back wood(s)
    • Side wood(s)
    • Solid or laminate
    • Carved or pressed top
    • Depth at endpin
    • Bridge wood
    • Pinned or floating bridge
    • Bracing type
    • Bracing wood(s)
    • Body/top Finish
    • Soundhole option
      • Maccaferri D
      • Maccaferri oval
      • Oval
      • Round
      • Single F hole {top}
      • Two F holes {top & bottom}
      • Gretsch single cat eye {top}
      • Gretsch cats eye {top & bottom}
      • Maccaferri oval w/2 F holes {top & bottom}
      • Single diamond F hole {top}
      • Two diamond F hole {top & bottom}
    • Neck wood(s)
    • Neck finish
    • Fingerboard wood
    • Fingerboard thickness
    • Fretboard radius
    • Neck shape
    • Frets
      • Material
      • Fretwire shape
    • Side inlay
      • Yes/no
      • Inlay material
      • Inlay shape
    • Fretboard inlay
      • Yes/no
      • Inlay material
      • Inay shape
    • Tailpiece or Bigsby
    • Piezo, mic, transducer, &/or electric pickup
      • Yes/no
      • Soundhole mounted/top mounted/pick guard mounted controls & knobs
      • Output jack location
    • Pick guard
      • Yes/no
      • Material
     
    #1 staybobo, Jul 31, 2020
    Last edited: Aug 1, 2020
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  2. jxe

    jxe babe en der wood

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    i like those selmer maccaferris in the creme plastic, i think prs could bring something to it that kamen never did, especially with today’s vintage plastics and hand-mixed bakelites.
     

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