- Sep 26, 2013
Looks great! Congratulations!
That is OMG gorgeous. Heart-melting.Wow. The craftsmanship, appearance, playability, responsiveness, unplugged tone, plugged in sound. After getting weaned on an S2 594 singlecut and some SE245s, including an awesome soapbar, when this one popped up it was too good to resist.
The NUGD, emphasis on the U, is additionally appropriate in this case since this guitar's debut on the forum came before mine, courtesy of @Andrew Paul last year:
https://forums.prsguitars.com/threads/nugd-something-different-for-me.51293/. A few small dings but otherwise looks nothing like a dozen years old.
It's a great classic rock machine. What's personally nice about it compared to the 594 McCartys are the 57/08 pickups, the Phase III tuners and the V12 finish which isn't as sticky as the current nitro. And the 'dirty' birds seem more elegant than cheap.
Thanks to those of you here who have sung the praises of Stripped 58s for your influence in helping to choose the perfect starter Core.
Great thread with lots of detail. Really glad that PRS made as many as they did during its brief run.Hey, all--I just found an older thread that's related, with this particular post being pretty relevant to some questions being asked here:
PRS SC 58 - Why was it discontinued?I am trying to find out why the PRS SC 58 was discontinued fairly quickly after it was introduced. Was there any other reason other than "lack of sales"? A stripped down version was introduced so maybe it had something to do with the price point?? Replaced by another model? All thoughts are welcomeforums.prsguitars.com
Thanks. You're in the pole position of the Stripped/SC 58 enablers!That is OMG gorgeous. Heart-melting.
A keeper, for sure.
And I'm proud to be that guy!Thanks. You're in the pole position of the Stripped/SC 58 enablers!
You're welcome to visit it any time especially if you bring that PS that the '58 helped you get!AHHHH There she is Looking great!! Nice pics!! I want it back now LOL.