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Discussion in 'Electric Instruments' started by bodia, Sep 21, 2020.
That's a pretty sweet find! Congrats!
just wow... congrats ...
is that double 10 top??
Good lord, look at those curves! Very sexy!
You beautiful son of a b!tch...you did it. Wow!!!!!
Holy F-holes that is a sharp looking guitar! I think I want one of the older hollowbodies or Archtops, rather than a new hollowbody.
Shawn, I have an Archtop Jazz with the original AT pickups which I think sound great for the jazzier stuff the guitar does so well, but I've been holding a set of new 53/10s aside for the right vehicle, and have been considering having the PTC install them in my AT.
Any opinions on that possibility, or better yet, have you ever heard an AT with them? I've adored the 53/10s in every guitar I've tried with them, and actually bought that guitar with the intent of installing them.
Sorry to derail, and to you, @bodia ... SCORE!! Welcome to the club!
Ant climbing up the sides: “OMG it’s so high, so high...pant pant”
That is one of the nicest guitars I have ever seen. Thanks for sharing.
Congratulations, she’s one classy lady!
That is one heck of a curvey, sexy beauty and you showed her who da man from the get-go
Congrats, enjoy fondling her in good health.
Totally Yes!!! Enjoy it!
Beautiful, enjoy the hell out of it!
It's got a fat heel to go with the thick body! Very nice looking! I'll be curious to hear how well you like it after you live with it a while.
Damn she thicc!!!
The best relationship start with a good bang.
I have not heard the 53/10's in an Archtop, but I had a JA15 that was equipped with 53/10's and it was amazing for what I needed. I ended up selling the guitar to a friend of mine who is a much better player and he can coax some really sweet jazz tones out of it. One thing I'll say about the 53/10's, they don't have that "blanket over the speaker" sound you'll find with a lot of traditional jazz pickups. The 53/10's are brighter and more articulate.