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Discussion in 'Electric Instruments' started by ]-[@n$0Ma☩!©, Apr 27, 2012.
Funny, I've been playing my 2003 SE Soapbar for a while now. Love it!
I had to get her out of her case and let some sun shine on her
I guess it would have to be one of these ME1s, probably the abalone one
Missed this thread before, so last night this was my favorite....
Jason @ Music 49 shipped this one to me a few weeks back!
I think they got it right a long time ago so this is one of my all time favorites, an `88 Custom-24 ...
Today? Gotta be Uriel:
My first PRS (a 1991) looked almost identical to your '88. What a gorgeous guitar!
That is a beauty.
Thanks, I have another Custom 24 from `90 with the same tobacco burst finish but it's equipped with a tune-o-matic bridge and stop tailpiece. The other major difference is the `88 is super clean, the `90 looks like it spent its entire existence with a punk-rock band. It's a great guitar though, weighs a good 8.5 lbs., Deep Dish II/ VB pups. I use it for all of the drop tuning music we play.
That is one sweet MC58. It was hard to leave the store without taking that one with me a few months back. Light, resonant and tone for days. Congrats!!!!
Wow, some pretty serious bling displayed on this thread. My fav is a bit of a Plain Jane but she's my one and only......
Those are killer guitars.
Love the Tremonti and the Swamp Ash NF.
I just put 57/08's in my old, beat up McCarty standard and it sounds glorious. I don't think those pickups are coming out of there. Almost forgot how great this guitar was.
This 1999 McCarty.
I agree, the 57/08s turned my already mighty fine McCarty into an almost unbelievably great guitar - a perfect match IMHO.