Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'Electric Instruments' started by Korina Jack, Aug 1, 2020.
I'm glad you like it that much!
Lots of turn around here, here's an updated one in sub-optimal lighting with the two PRS currently in the house, and couple recent builds that are very PRS-style:
If you're talking about this one...
That would be a 2012 Custom 24 in Burnt Maple Leaf. It was recently sent to the PTC for a refinish due to some issues with the V12 finish. When I got it back, it was slightly darker than it used to be, which I totally prefer. It has one of the most 3D tops of all my guitars....the grain is outstanding on this one.
That's the one, yeah. Thanks for responding. You are right, the definition in that wood is so deep. I don't recall seeing Burnt Maple Leaf before, but if I were lucky enough to get another PRS that would be my choice without a second thought. Beautiful!
My shot: Quality over quantity.
AKA: All the available lefties, plus one I had to create myself.
Thank you! As it may go without saying...it plays and sounds every bit as good as it looks!
Somebody set the new guy up!
Or maybe this is Paul! Paul is that you?
2008 CU22 upgraded with 59/09's, three-way switch and push/pull tone/split
2019 Silver Sky
Love 'em all!
Meet the bevels.
(Sounds like a sitcom title...)
I absolutely love that Eriza Verde. Wow!
Yeah, it's actually already gone
I like the 2nd and 4th ones I stained myself quite a bit actually.
This one goes back to 2000....they've all been 'upgraded' since then!
L/R CU22, HB1, CE24 (my refinish job!, CE22 hardtail
The Real Guitars of Bevel-Ly Hills?
Nice well rounded collection there!
I love your pocket doors.
They are 112 years old and I restored them myself.
if you did that gold i am impressed.
Always a joy to show off my 4 beauties to the world.
Left to righ =
2006 CE24 Mahogany
2001 Standard 22
SE family shot to follow
Beautiful! I'm dying for a PRS black, so elegant looking.