After roughly a week of tweaking the truss rod, adjusting intonation/action, pickup height, lowering bridge screws, digging through parts for the right trem arm, trying different strings, and finally (this morning) getting all the stars to align, it's finally dialed-in the way I want it. So, without further delay, I'd like to present the other half of a sweet trade with my friend Bodia. When you get a moment, grab your sharpie, jump to page 61 of your updated version of Dave Burluck's 'The PRS Guitar Book' and change the date. This McCarty Cherry PRS EG proto was born on 16 September 1994. I don't know who Tony is or what he was trying to accomplish with this unusual EG, but I dig it. I dig it a lot. I have not been able to determine which pickups these are but they are remarkable. The all-mahogany body dressed-out with 10-52NYXL strings give this a guitar a piano-like quality. I grabbed it for the collection, not as a player. Pretty good chance that gets flipped. Thank you, Jim. UPDATE: This guitar rips! Between the killer tone, fat neck, and low-key style, I’m absolutely loving it.