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Johnny Rigs

"Hold on to your butts" - Samuel L Jackson
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This signature model didn’t last too long. Only in production for a few years before the artist parted ways with PRS. But what we were left with was a unique take on a CE 24 that I think is pretty cool. Maple neck and fretboard, large dot inlays with a 513 bird on the 12th fret and additional 1st fret inlay, a 3-way blade switch, and splittable neck pickup. Signature neck carve and pickups.

This particular one is a first year 2006 model with a 10 Top in Amber. May I present, the PRS Johnny Hiland:

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g.wizz

Nabs
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That's a beauty, IIRC it has a tone push-pull that adds special tonal option, right?
 

Johnny Rigs

"Hold on to your butts" - Samuel L Jackson
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That's a beauty, IIRC it has a tone push-pull that adds special tonal option, right?
Yup. The tone push-pull splits the just neck pickup. In mine, push is humbucker and pull is split. In later models it was reversed. I plan on changing this guitar to that behavior.
 

alantig

Zombie Four, DFZ
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I always wanted to play one of these, particularly because Hiland said the headstock was carved out a bit to allow for bending behind the nut.
 
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