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Discussion in 'Electric Instruments' started by Proxmax, Dec 24, 2014.
that flamed maple rings to match the fake binding
i liked better than rw rings...
Am I really the only one who doesn't like gold tops?
Not really. I know that the colored tops don't affect the sound, but I will always choose a wood grain that appeals to me.
Don't like goldtops? This might be the worst and saddest post ever. :laugh:
"de gustibus non est disputandum"
Is there more to life than being really really ridiculously good looking? I'm sure this one sounds as good as it looks!
59/09s in a McRosie are a great tonal match.
this goldie really sounds awesome!
I don't think they like to be called colored tops any more. :vroam:
Alan...Niiiiiice!!! Uh, something kinda classy about a plain black, gold, or white tops.
I'm not much of a gold fan, but even I love a goldtop!
I really like the way PRS goldtops show off the body contours. As much I love the flamey, quilty tops, they tend to obscure the beauty of the top carve.
That's a beautiful guitar and I bet it sounds and plays as good as it looks.
I love me some flamey and quilty tops, but a goldtop just feels classy.
It glimmers like it came out of Tutenkamen's tomb!
Awww, now. Just trying to be Paul-itically correct? :biggrin:
Ok, ok, ok, oKaaay! But only if no beautiful wood is harmed/covered up in the process.
And, I bet it sounds every bit as good as a natural. :shakehands: