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Discussion in 'Electric Instruments' started by Korina Jack, Apr 19, 2020.
Yep. After this pic, this feller never got another peep out of his digeridoo
I’ll take your word for it as he’s wearing a loin cloth!
haha yes man, very dark emerald. Finish went cloudy and dull so it got stripped
Couple of years ago. Still looking for our next house after selling ours last August. Tough slog and have barely been able to play guitar.
Someday I’ll get a new set of walls and I’ll try an updated shot.
Forgot the acoustics
Here's mine family I bought them all used except for the 22 Special and the Starla.
Not pictured but I recently added a G&L Legacy USA stat and a Gibson SG Standard and now I have it stuck in my head I now need a Telecaster, oh and a Silver Sky. I'm kind of surprised PRS has never made a Tele.
Core Family Shot
Hard to tell if feel better or worse after seeing all the pictures in that thread.
I thought my GAS had peaked; clearly I was terribly wrong.
On a somewhat unrelated note: @Tosca is that a Northern Lights glow on finish on THAT PS ?
That Koa and that Pernie!
Not sure which one you mean specifically...but no...none of them are Northern Lights.
(Although one of them was before I had it refinished!)
I meant the one on your profile pic
Nice makeover of that faded NL.
My avatar guitar and #1 is “Aquaviolet Glow Smokeburst”.
Interesting, looks very similar to NL glow (not mine, but one of the better examples of NL glow I could find):
but then again from all the pictures I've seen Aqua Violet and NL can look very similar.
Alright, I had to cheat to put them all together (plus the last two are parted out at the moment for a makeover).
With more incoming, I really need to thin out the herd...
If they fit in a single line, you don’t need to thin. It’s not really even a herd until they are all jumbled up.
Thanks for the comforting thought. The line is getting pretty long though... I know one of the CU24 will go, just not sure which yet.
You know I’d go for that Beach Fade, right?
I need a thicker neck carve in Pernie, but that is one great sounding guitar! I definitely have an easier time on thicker neck carves these days.
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