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Discussion in 'Electric Instruments' started by sergiodeblanc, Jul 15, 2020.
This is my guitar.
There many like it, but thing one is mine.
Dude! Studios raaaawwwk....
Dang... still want to score me one of those.
Advisory to all contestants. You are to strictly maintain a smile and clap enthusiastically. We don’t care how much it sucks.
OK...as long as there’s no swimsuit competition.
Yes indeed! This is an Artist V and it nails the blue crab blue color. Thanks!
What a fantastic thread!
Aqua Violet SC245
Blue Fade CU24
Aqua Glow DC245
What an incredibly interesting and beautiful color! Just faded from natural light? I love it!
Some absolutely beautiful guitars in this thread. I am going to go back through it and look again. A few old school submissions:
Not that you would enjoy as much as this one (despite the stoptail).
Y’all realize the prize for being the best is to get chucked into the wood chipper first.
The FBJ one you have is a pretty perfect example of the model and color...
Is that why you’re holding back?
Can’t risk it.
I’m officially withdrawing my entries...just in case.
You guys know I’d never throw a PRS in a wood chipper, I’d just spray paint that sh!t.
Oh, the GUITAR ... I was thinking more of a Fargo situation.
You still haven’t posted your Blue Mateo SCT...
yes, it’s seems to have lost its “aqua” over time. In the 2 links below, you can see how much it has changed during the 2 times it was for sale at Brian’s. I bought this from Goof, I am not sure how much of the aqua it still displayed during his ownership. He also posted this guitar in his post on page 2 of this thread. Miss January 2015.
first time for sale: https://briansguitars.com/product/paul-reed-smith-private-stock-sc245-faded-aqua-violet
second time: https://briansguitars.com/product/used-paul-reed-smith-private-stock-sc245-faded-aqua-violet
It’s weird how some of PRS’s blue retain their color and others don’t. My CU24 is my post is also the same one in my avatar. It’s has gotten much darker over time. However the DC245 in the post still looks just as vibrant as the day it was built and all the 3 have been in the same room for close to the same amount of time. Natural light, no direct sunlight.
CE22 you mean?