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Discussion in 'Electric Instruments' started by ]-[@n$0Ma☩!©, Sep 21, 2016.
I have never seen Hans, but my guess is that he has long arms
I've never actually measured them, but a few years ago at Experience, I saw him in a jacket with really long sleeves.
I have one of those too, but I only have to wear it when the doctors take me out for a walk in the park - in my "room" I don't need to wear it, usually...
This may be wide of the mark, but have you ever tried a James Tyler guitar? They can out strat a strat and have the best feeling necks going if you like strats. Humbucker in the bridge with the mid boost gives plenty of versatility. PRS and Tyler have the comfiest playing necks in my opinion.
I'd say you can cover most tones with a good Tyler and a DGT.
Ok perhaps not low bling but the obvious choice here I think is a Knaggs Severn
I once owned the 2nd Severn ever made (when it was under the PRS-owned Chesapeake brand).
I appreciate the suggestions, fellas. Truly. But I'm a PRS guy.
Well, it looks like your original post foretold what you seem have decided to try:
If you can find an inexpensive 305 with the fretboard you like (maple or RW), and mod that, then you can have your original 305 in stock and the second 305 as your hot rod mod machine.
That does seem to be what you hinted at in this post:
I feel that a bespoke Private Stock is the only way to true happiness here.
That's the gist of it. My current search isn't about a hot rod, per se. But I understand what you mean.
I do have a Hot Rod 305, by the way. Its a baaaaaaaaaaad-mamma-jamma!
Private Stock is always a good choice but Skitchy is my go-to guy.
Skitchy is the man
I dig that 305! I wonder what it would sound like with 2 singles and a slightly overwound P90 bridge?
4 out of 5? I'll take it!
Got a Tungsten SS reserved and it will *not* be a case queen.
And is it getting a Tungsten block...?