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Discussion in 'Electric Instruments' started by danktat, Nov 10, 2018.
Noodlin' around in the music room.
Nice top!! I'd like to have a natural top 22 one day.
Out of the three I have had over the years, two of them were natural. The wood is a big part of the top to me. And the more of that wood I can see the better as far as I am concerned. Even in instruments I have that aren't PRS, I tend to lean towards natural, or some shade of brown or reddish brown.
Cool guitars. I had a cu22 simular to yours. I traded it to rider1260. I miss it though.
Really sweet guit!
As far as wood goes, well, I hate bring up Newmann, but...:
Maybe he will post a pic or two....You know, to give you a little nostalgia.
Get that sellers regret flowin.
I’m with you, I love me some natural!
What a great looking 22!
And I've gotta say ... damn nice hat! Works well with the guitar.
I like the poster
Beauty!!! Love those natural quilts!
Heck yes, gorgeous guitar...big fat smooooooth neck. Awesome!! I'm likin' the Phish and Jimi Posters, too. I was late to the Jimi camp...I wasn't a fan in High School (mid 70's through 82) but absolutely love his clean stuff now...great clean tones.
Nice axe, now lets see some pics of those award winning tattoos.
Lol....let me see here.........
^^ The woman in the bikini top took the trophy for this piece ^^
Anyway. You get the idea. There are PLENTY more pix, but this was enough of a flood already.....lol
Oh, and I found this. This was in Wildwood NJ when I beat Halo Jankowski from Ink Master for tattoo of the day. Watch from about 2:30 [with the sound on] as the awards ceremony is kind of long because I got all of it. . . . . .
and it was for this piece.......
Thanks....I often say, if I could play guitar the way I tattoo, then I'd be a grammy award winner. But then again, I have friends that are real musicians, that I used to jam with as a teenager, who graduated from Berklee, and they look at the way I tattoo in the same way that look at how they play music. The difference is that I was obsessed with the art of tattooing, and they were obsessed with chord shapes and scales. I wish I had a little more of that obsession. I'd be a little better at playing.
Yep, it is the 2003 Brazilian limited run with the WIDE FAT neck