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Discussion in 'Electric Instruments' started by 11top, Jun 7, 2016.
8th pic down, is that Mick Ralphs? If it is he's lost some weight.
You gentlemen are all set for St. Patrick's Day!
Beautiful guitars one and all.
This once was emerald green
I've got one
Wait, wait...I found sumpin'...my old Artist II from back in the day!
I too, forgot what I had: two 24/7s formerly sapphire, and my very first PRS, a Santana SE in a rather beautiful turquoise/blue-green/whatever it's called. And just to prove I didn't just colorize blue guitars, I put my blurple strat for reference.
It's just a MIM POC; the electronics are all scratchy from not being played. But I did swap in the pickups based on the Gilmourish site, so I really should get that fixed. Have you seen the Robert Cray strat? It's beautiful.
But, but, it's blurple! It could be balsa would for all I care! RC Strat is yummy
Exactly my thought process when purchasing it.
I saw a very interesting green PRS a whaleback. It was a three piece top with a tight flame running down the center section and the "wings" were more of a loose flame. Really unique. I think it was a CE.
I think it's Howard Leese.
I'm down to only one green PRS. Here's my Modern Eagle 1, with Zebra Dragons:
Ding, ding, ding,...we have a winner!
My first core model, which I just picked up last month. Always wanted a Jade PRS, and thrilled that it finally happened.
I was gonna say, last time I saw Mick Ralphs he'd got some timber on.
I have an Emerald Green CU24, and I really want to expand my "green guitar" collection. I'm thinking either Eriza Verde or Trampas Green, but maybe Jade or Leprechaun Tooth.
Here's my one green guitar. Despite being a 10-top, it is the least-10-top-ish looking PRS I have ever seen: