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Discussion in 'Electric Instruments' started by TwelfthTangent, Feb 12, 2018.
Thanks Sergio, your kindness is a thing of legends!
Wait, is the icy one in your possession now??? If so, need details and tone report ASAP! More pics too!
Tell her to take a sweater.
The Llama said I’d have total consciousness here.
Ah Ben Nevis, fantastic!! I’ll have a head start.
So you got that going for you...
Shame there’s not a petted lip emoji
I totally blagged that answer, it’s probably Tibet or Nepal!!
It’s not at this very moment as it had to return to PRS for some finish issues that likely occured during shipping. Hopefully it will return soon!
Not PS or Artist. Doesn’t even have a little 10 on the back. One of a wee batch of quilts done around Experience 2009.
Bummer. I’m sure they’ll get ya taken care of.
Feeling very inadequate...quilt envy engaged ...
Killer stuff fellas....oh and I hate you all...carry on...
Trust me, in this regard we all hate someone.
There’s always a bigger fish. And when you finally become the biggest fish, there’ll be something else to envy - for example the ability to run 3 clicks without panting etc.
The shark’s head ends up envying it’s tail.
It seems almost rude not to add to this.
GOOD GOD, MAN!!! I SAY "DIBS, DIBS AND AGAIN, MORE DIBS" ON THE TRIPLE P90 QUILTY IF YOU EVER WANT TO MOVE IT. DAMN!!!!!!
It would have been quite uncouth, my good man. Did the tightness of the soapy! Good taste!
That's a PPP- 90 x 3... GOOD LAWD! That just made me develop a twitch!
My modest fiddles could never compare with the thoroughbreds in this thread. But here's a nice natural SC Trem Rosie I had a while ago:
Here’s one I scored some time ago, a 1957/2008 LTD. Tone is off the charts, and the microquilt is mesmerising. I think there was some stardust in the wood for this run of guitars. They sound VERY different from the usual PRS, and I’m not referring to the pickups here but the way a string vibrates on these guitars - like really fundamental root stuff.