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Discussion in 'Electric Instruments' started by flux, Apr 14, 2018.
What top/color is that... It looks sweet.
The only PRS I have gets ALL my attention - '08 Hollowbody Spruce...
OMG. Wow. I think I just found the "yellow" finish of my dreams. That is absolutely gorgeous!
What is that finish officially called? Black-Livingston Lemondrop fade? Looks great with that reverse chevron flame!
EDIT: Oooh, is that "Sandstorm"?
I'm mostly drawn to my modded Custom 22 lately. 5-way and push/pull for 8 coil combos. It has all the toans.
Lately, my 594 DC has been hogging the playing time. But it varies.
My custom 24 has been taking over most of my time lately. I've been neglecting my poor Vela.
Straight up my DGT gets the attention and has for the last decade
the reclaimed vela gets a good bit of play too
This past week or two I have played both SE Acoustics, my SE-7, ZM, JA-15, RL Vela, and probably something else.
My P245SH does tend to occupy a lot of my time if I'm doing electric guitar gigs, but I don't think I've played it since St Pat's Day weekend.
OTOH, there are PRSi that have certainly been neglected for months - my MM SE baritone, for example. But I do try to play each of them a little every couple of months.
No doubt, my HB12! Quite possibly the most under rated guitar in the PRS line! Play it all the time.
What pickup did you swap into the bridge?
It’s a 59/09
1980 West St Ltd
I keep forgetting to look for these - I know they aren't common, but occasionally pop up on Reverb, etc. I've never owned a 12-string electric - I thought a Rickenbacker was going to fill that void before I started buying PRSi, but obviously I see no reason to settle for a Rick, now. Yours is a beautiful example! Love the color and the nice tight fiddle-back flame.
Wow - love that top !
CE 24 Ruby. Totally stock - if it ain't broke, don't fix it.
2012 P22 Rosie
The piezo makes this a killer guitar for rhythm playing in the band!
Damn, this is beautiful... and making me thirsty (root beer float, or a bourbon... it’s almost 5 here’s so a bourbon).