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Discussion in 'Electric Instruments' started by [email protected], Dec 7, 2012.
You have the best job in the world, Hunter. Thanks again for another wonderful set of PRS PSF!!
Well there's my problem - looking at the image using my work (el cheapo) monitor the black-backed guitar is all black, can't make out the 8 holes until I bring the image into an editor and mess with contrast and brightness.
The neck looks thicker too, compared to the other ones, so that should have been a clue for me too.
Happy Friday, just took a stroll through the Private Stock shop! Here's the latest:
Pretty sure I can guess where those knobs are going... I can't wait to see that particular guitar finished.
I know this is said all the time, but this one is jaw-droppingly beautiful. If I won the freakin lottery, I'd be on my way to PRS right now... Thanks for this Hunter!
Wow. I got nuthin' else. Just wow.
OK, a bit more: Great job once again, Hunter!
+1 What is the control layout on this one?
Super Eagle II is my guess. (Yes, I just made that up)
Looks like "Tosca Switching"...see my avatar
Is there something you've been meaning to share with us?
Nope. Unfortunately I did not spec that monster one piece ziricote top. If it's the one I think it is, I almost did...but it wasn't large enough for a doubleneck.
It's a signature electronics plus piezo preamp layout with a 3-way switch in between the lower knobs. I setup a PS somewhat similarly to it and it kicks complete ass. I'm a 3-way switch guy when I'm not playing a Strat, so that WILL BANG.
Whose guitar is that? Namaste indeed.
rock 'n' roll.
+1 Yes it definitely will bang...HARD. This is my favorite electronics setup for a PRS. My two favorite PS's have it (P24 sig in avatar and my cocobolo Santana HB). Seeing it on two guitars in this week's PSF...maybe something for a future GOM?
I'd like to know more about that 594... Is that Tourmaline Blue? Where is it heading (UK?)?
I might have to stop coming here. There are just too many this week that are asking to come to my house.