My four, still here thankfully

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  1. shallbe

    shallbe New Member

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    Covid has been rough. Reduced wages at work, no gigs, took in family for 8 months in our house. No band, no music room, guitars in storage. I almost sold 3 of these during that time. Thankfully, I ran into 3 jackwagons and all the sales fell through, with one even being shipped back to me. Made it through the worst of it and they are still with me. The DGT is 2012, the CU24 and CU22 are 2008 AP's and the Santana II is a 2003.

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  2. Aahzz

    Aahzz Bluebeard Member

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    Nice looking quartet you've got there.
     
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  3. bodia

    bodia Authorities said.....best leave it.....unsolved

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    Glad to see them still there.
     
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  4. Alnus Rubra

    Alnus Rubra Loving nature’s wonders

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    Very nice double brace!
     
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  5. DISTORT6

    DISTORT6 NJ Devil

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    Way to hang in there!
    Glad you made it through with those beauties still together.:)
     
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  6. Moondog Wily

    Moondog Wily Howlin' At The Moon!

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    Hang tight!! Glad you have made it this far!!!

    On that DGT, is that the stock bridge? Please pardon my ignorance on PRS history, but it looks a bit like an Alembic bridge.

    Anyway, you got this!!!!!!!!

    Happy pickin'!
    MW
     
  7. LSchefman

    LSchefman Hears Tones

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    It's great that you still have them - they're all gorgeous!!
     
  8. Fullmoon 1971

    Fullmoon 1971 New Member

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    Glad you managed to keep your beauties together.

    Is that a schroeder bridge on the cu 22? Yours is the only other one I've seen on a PRS. I have one on my SE nick Catanese.

    May you play them in good health for many years to come.
     
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  9. Buildermike

    Buildermike Can you have too many?

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    You're a good man for helping out family and looking out what's best in the long run. The guitars are your reward.
     
  10. Glenn Gross

    Glenn Gross New Member

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    Here’s to better times for you,
     
  11. shallbe

    shallbe New Member

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    the DGT has a stock PRS Trem. Only the CU22 has a replaced bridge. A Schroeder.
     
  12. shallbe

    shallbe New Member

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    Yes. I really like the Schroeder bridge. Intonates great, nice lines AND it locks in place.
     
  13. toothace

    toothace Zombie Thirteen, DFZ

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    Great you could keep the "family" together!
     
  14. WA Paul

    WA Paul All dogs go to heaven

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    Glad to hear things are improving for you! Such a nice group of guitars.
     
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