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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by vchizzle, Aug 10, 2019.
I felt like a dirty old man watching that. How much do they usually go for used?
One of my older CE-24's. And if money was of no issue, I'd totally get a 24 fret singlecut trem to my specs and preferences, since any off-the-rack build so far automatically is a private stock build last I checked.
I hesitated just a little too long on a Graveyard 2...those were amazing, gone in a heartbeat, and I still haven’t seen any up for sale used.
There’s another model I covet...but I may have an opportunity to correct that soon.
I also wish I bought another of the early core Angelus customs...spectacular guitars.
get one and router the smoosh hole into something more arty
1. I watched a brand new DGT standard with moons for 1600pounds at peach guitars for weeks, now DGTs are double the price in uk, and this was only a few years ago
2. any model from that line of reclaimed woods
I am happy with my lot, but these are 2 no brainers I missed
There are certain things I sometimes wished I had not sold but that has gotten me to where I am with my gear today. I am VERY HAPPY with my current line up of gear!
Like, $600-700 for the silver ones, I believe they were $1100 or around that new.
Don’t know if I could do that... I would totally get a silver/mirror pick guard made for it though.
A rich sugarmama...
IKR! That's my only regret in life...
Well quit jackin’ around and get that one then!
Bonnie Pink DGT 10 top for stupid cheap OR the 1993 custom 24 10 top in Grey Black my old teacher had.
Paul Newman's looks and Cary Grant's manner. I was close but no cigar .... well, no I wasn't.
And a Paisley HXDA with brown wood flame and a matching 2x12 cabinet.
Oh, can I add not being a bigger brat to my parents, and not begging them to buy a guitar from the dude in downtown Annapolis in 1984?
Oustside the "rich sugarmama" regret... I would have to go with...I had absolutely no idea what a PRS even was till like 2013...so yeah, I missed all those years of bad assery.
Yup...I think you definitely should. YOLO homie.
"Better buy something just in case"
Too many to post. Just.... really...., stop. I'm ill.
That Golden Eagle of Markie’s.
Every perny-necked guitar of Markie’s
Especially that DGT with the perny neck.
Otherwise, you can’t have seller’s remorse if you don’t sell anything.
The one I’ve thought most about missing out on, was a core Mira flametop that my buddies store had for over a year. I REALLY wanted a fixed bridge PRS since all mine are trems. I walked in one time and it was on sale for $1299. I wanted it BAD. I left the store without it, then I stupidly thought that, if I can get that beauty for that much, I can get a regular one without the flame top for close to a grand. I thought about it, decided I had to have the one at the store. It played and sounded GREAT! The next time we went back (4 weeks later) the guitar was gone. When I asked, he said some other guy that came in the same weekend I did saw the sale price and came back a week later and bought it.
I immediately started looking for a used one like it. Could hardly find any, and nowhere close to that price.
The only other one I really sort of regret is another one I talked myself out of. The reclaimed wood series Vela. Loved everything about it... except the Tele bridge. I’ve thought more than once that I should have reconsidered and bought one.
Not to rub salt in the wound, but the PRS version of the Tele bridge is some of their finest innovation. Everything I hate about an ashtray bridge is gone...stamped base with sharp edges, height adjustment screws with sharp edges, crappy materials. It’s made economically but preserves the design uniqueness that makes it a Tele bridge. Oh, and my intonation is spot-on and hasn’t wavered since I bought it...said no one with a Tele, ever!
Highly, highly recommended.