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Discussion in 'Electric Instruments' started by [email protected], Dec 7, 2012.
What a spectacular set of guitars. The double stained walnut is the "nuts"
Hey everyone! Sorry for the late drop, team PRS is having a busy week! Enjoy this weeks goods.
Outback Stock. Nice.
What in god’s name is the wood of the first fingerboard?
Best inlays ever!
The Zoo Inlays are DOPE!
Australian Animal inlays are cool....
Advance Australia Fair
Love the Australian Paul's Guitar, though as my wife pointed out, there should be a spider the size of a dinner plate somewhere on that neck!
Its going to be in the control cavity, but shhhhh - it’s a surprise!
That is so cool and I like the way Skippy made It on to the fingerboard.!!!
So many lovely Santana things going on!
Congrats to whoever has 8605 coming their way, that fretboard is just gorgeous! I can't wait to see the rest of her.
Platypus for the win.
I'd love to know more about that PS Vela; like what are the pickups?
OK, so we have:
Wedge Tail Eagle?
Anyone from Downunder who would like to give us the answers?
I’m glad you’re enjoying my creativity. It really turned out better than what I thought it would
And close Shawn, it’s:
Kangaroo - because it doesn’t get anymore Australian than that.
Tasmanian Devil - they are actually about to get instinct on Tasmania with a deadly face tumour spreading so I’ve donated to the (https://www.aussieark.org.au/devil-ark/) that are preserving the spieces and Devil Ark will reintroduce them back in Tasmania when they have all died out.
Echidna - we see them every so often on walks around here and one of my wife’s favourites.
Koala - again, very Australian, and it turned out so well.
Sea Eagle - we see them fairly regularly here where I live.
Flying Fox - loads of them around.
Kookaburra - felt good to include one bird on a PRS and this was the obvious one. Plenty of them around.
Platypus - probably the rarest in the sense that it’s uncommon to actually see one in the wild.
And the last one is a Bandicoot. It’s the smallest marsupial and we have lots of them in the nature reserve North Head in the inlet to Sydney next to where I live in Manly, so a very local reference (https://www.northernbeaches.nsw.gov.au/environment/species/bandicoots)
All turned out very nice
Hard to say. It looks like flatsawn sapwood down the middle, maybe in some EIRW?