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Discussion in 'Electric Instruments' started by Boogie, Aug 21, 2021.
I currently only own two. One electric, and one acoustic.
Go on then I'll play
2001 Standard 22
2006 CE-24 mahogany
SE Nick Catanese
SE Bernie Marsden #1
SE Bernie Marsden #2
SE Chris Robertson (Now features gold aluminium PRS logo - need to take new picture)
SE Santana / Custom 22 hybrid
I need to retake picture of my 2 McCarty's
Here is the PRS signature I haven't really seen on other guitars I've owned...
From my 14' CU24 artist.
More energy today? Beats me. Can't explain.
Found a few of my current PRS line up:
And a Larrivee, just because….
I once had a Larrivee with an inlaid headstock, but it was quite a few years ago, and for the life of me I can't remember what the inlay was. [Edit: A woman with a tambourine] They did a nice job with it, in any case.
Trying out the first Mann made SE locking tuner.
^ inline ^
Thanks Shimmilou, Imagur is giving me only one link to copie, that's why is not showing I guess
Let's start with some back of headstock
Those who know, know
my all time favourite
Why the Terror Tour is important.
The things in the cupboard
Courtesy of DFD with a nudge from KD
you dirty little...Courtesy of Brian Meader
snuck into the vault just before closing, courtesy of the Moss Man
sworn to secrecy
Four people know the whole story
Skip on by this one.
Some of you know I am a fan of Grit Laskin, a local luthier, quite famous for his inlay work.
An example of what makes him famous
you shouldn't be here, but if you are, note that the shell outlining the green is a single cut.
a collaboration of 7 of Canada's best luthiers, including Laskin, Manzer, Larrivee, de Jonge and others you are less likely to know.
Paying homage to the Group of Seven artists.