Back in 2009 at PRS Experience they introduced some really nice 25th anniversary guitars in awesome white cases. I didn't leave empty handed, but I didn't take one of those white cases home. A bit of time passed and I decided I should get a scarlet SAS, you know, so there would be something in the case. So I went to visit Brian Meader (then at Washington Music). I did play a couple of SAS and we talked a bit about what I didn't have. I ended up playing quite a few guitars. Some were nice, but I closed up the case. A couple were really nice and I left the case open, to revisit when I got tired of trying new stuff. I could have happily left with an African Queen, a Paul's 28 and this one, but I decided it was a one guitar day. It was, and is, amazing. Certainly a candidate for the best small run PRS has done. The body is typical of what Paul picks for himself. Not a perfect flame, but interesting. Chosen to be played. A lot. The neck and finger board changed my ideas about what a guitar neck should be. Peruvian Mahogany with Dalbergia board. It sounds awesome - enough that I got a spare. And the dirty moons are cool. More nice wood details. And who doesn't like a gold inlay signature The best thing about the guitar is playing it. Its a late night blues monster. While playing at it, the horns look like a worn, leather jacket. I've never quite been able to capture what it looks like in my hands on camera.