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Discussion in 'Electric Instruments' started by Gyakuto, Oct 29, 2020.
It’s difficult being specific and definitive, but you have to be...go on...be brave!
Yeah....it’s magnificence take some beating...
Where’s the pink to click on?
It’s a shade of red, isn’t it?
Yeah but I would expect there is a bigger dividing line between fans of a hot pink guitar and a red one versus a light blue or dark blue, etc.
And natural, a really nice tubular quilt.
You mean they come in other colours? Other than RED!!!
Vintage Yellow, Blue Mateo, Electric Blue
Because you’re new, you don’t know my commonly heard phrase “Blue guitars sound better!”
As long as its blue I wouldn't care if its light or dark. They both look good and some better on different guitars.
Purple is the harder one to swallow for this blue fan. I have one though, it was sold as blue and sometimes it is but more often than not it's plue or blurple. It's even more so in pics unless the light and angle is just right, kinda like the ones that were online before I went to buy it. I still remember when I showed up and said "its purple!" and he said "no its whale blue", like so many other sellers claim.
Did yall guess my vote is blue?
I have liked guitars in every color, but some colors produce guitars I like more consistently. Fire Red Burst almost always works for me. Charcoal, maybe one in twenty.
Livingston lemon, black gold, and copperhead burst
I went with the "red" family, as I tend to really like the ambers, tangerines, oranges, fire burst--those kinds of things on a PRS really get me. Of course, Whale Blue is so iconic, but... the red-oranges are just so awesome.
Usually prefer earth/cloud tones, so antique whites, black golds, natural, acoustic sides/backs in any form...
I voted blue as that's the color I'm drawn to most. I generally have a strong disliking for green, but the Trampas Green 594 is stunning.
Violin Amber, Black Gold, Livingston Lemon, Fire Red Burst, Faded McCarty.