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Discussion in 'Electric Instruments' started by Davey, Jul 14, 2021.
I remember that run. Most excellent!
First of those I’ve seen, so I’m pretty darn impressed!
My gawd, split me open from bow to stern! That is chock-full of quilted goodness! Congrats!
These were a run of 100 in 2009 to showcase the 5909 pickups.
Based on a doublecut McCarty, they had private stock quilted tops, east indian rosewood necks and fretboards, 5909 pickups with a push/pull tone knob and a satin nitro finish.
A couple colors available, Black Gold, Black Slate, Faded Blue Jean and red tiger (which I have never seen a red tiger one).
IIRC, there was a limited edition run 2008 1957/2008 run of 100 and also another limited run in 2010 of the 53/10's
I'm sure some of the other members can fill in more of the details.
I found a link to more info
That's a total stunner!!
Congrats! The 59/09 limiteds were a great, great run!
Congrats, that's a gorgeous find, this black gold looks much brighter than usual though
Tasty to the max! Awesome axe!! Ever so many congrats!!!
Wow, just wow! Congratulations.
I really do love a good quilted top! Lovely!
What a beauty! Congrats.
Dude, that thing is spectacular!
Upon further investigation (and drooling)... this thing is essentially like a "Paul's 100" guitar but with a 25" scale rosewood neck! Killer. (Fixed vs. adjustable stoptail bridge being the only other [insignificant] difference.)
Edit: Oh, sorry... and the obvious birds vs. dirty moon inlays. But still, should probably be regarded as a close surrogate to the Dirty 100.
I agree. As you said, I think a couple other minor differences. Cocobolo headstock veneer and ebony buttons. Also paisley case.
Wouldn't mind finding a dirty 100 available sometime.
Grab it if you do. They are a treat.
Great model. I mean PS grade quilt, RW neck, and 59/09s; what’s not to like?
Yours is lovely. I have it’s fraternal twin in blue.
Rosewood Necks are where it's at!!