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Discussion in 'Electric Instruments' started by Elliot, Mar 11, 2018.
Not the red one? Say it ain't so!
PRS nitro finishes (DGT Nitro?) are, afaik, nitro over a poly coat. Am I correct or did I misunderstand it?
My McCarty has V12 finish and I like it. No issues so far.
It is so. When you wake up one day with an obscene amount of guitars, you know you have a problem. Hardest one first. Like a punch in the gut. Hoping it makes the others a little easier!
* no offense to anyone with an obscene amount of guitars! Just speaking for myself!
One man's obscene is another man's...ooooo look at that cool red guitar!!!
Ain't that the truth! Living proof!
I'm right there with you bro. I'm thinking of moving my Santana on again too
Exactly what constitutes obscene? Is this like a metric a$$-load or a gaggle of PRSi? Or a bloody murder?
It's like pornography...you know it when you see it...
Oh, believe me, I’ve seen it...twice.
Bubble Porn doesn't count (only makes you think you’ve seen it).
They had to stop using it. Turns out, the unicorns are liars.
Maybe Shawn could weigh in on this and demystify things
I heard that the EPA clamped down on PRS for exceeding the limit of “unicorn hoof” and “pixies tears” in their finish!
I think Bodia is referring to an “Imperial Shedload”!
Kept in a floating room, 300 cubits long, 50 cubits wide and 30 cubits high!
However you do need to invest in the McIntosh “Ba’ hair meter”. A Scottish designed device for tiny measurements!!
The new version is made from crocodile tears and beer
I don't trust crows, so somewhere between the geese and an a$$-load
When thinking of who’s gonna look after the guitars post-you induces pure panic.
Anyway, whatever the current formula is, I like it. The old stuff was fine too. I'd just like to know what changed when so I can keep furthering my PRS nerddom.
I’m interested to know, as the website quotes v12 from 2010. Anyone who knows any info, would be great.
Dude - geese is a tad short, but to use him as the low-end of a measurement comparison is just wrong!