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Discussion in 'Electric Instruments' started by Micky!, Apr 24, 2019.
I start with a "basic" SCT and now PS are everywhere
@11top I really like your Blue Jean PS
I can make it worse.
Yes sir! Northen lights Glow burst! Maple top, back, and Mahogany body. Maple neck. Ebony fingerboard. 85/15's. Hybrid hardware. Should be here in June.
Just brokered a trade of my SC245 for an SCT. NGD to follow but I’m super excited to be part of the club!
If I well understood, there is no classifieds on this forum, so I will ask directly. I am searching a D2 treble or set. Does anyone have such thing gathering dust on a shelf at home ? (preferably in EU...)
My very first PRS! (The crackwood that started the addition addiction!)
2006 satin SCT Artist.
I didn't bond with the #7's so I went with 59/09's.
I'm in! My only remaining core (electric) PRS. 20th Ann 10 top. It now has 59/09's, but I don't have an updated photo to share.
That has to be against the forum rules...
I won’t report you if you post an updated photo of that gorgeous axe in the next 24 hours.
The actual SCT is the most comfortable Guitar ever ......... IMHO
Yessir! Magic formula for ergonomics - just feels like home.
As long as they don’t weigh like 10lbs (or over 8 for my creaky back)
But I had to tinker with it by going with a thicker back, shorter scale length and PV neck carve. Weight < 8lbs made it still work though some days I do feel the difference from the thicker (P245T) body.
Like your favorite sunrise helping you to start your day the right way!
I had an SCT Artist in red. Great guitar!
I am a big fan of these limited edition IRW neck SCTs. I’ve had quite a number of them, but I only have two left (orange and green quilt tops).
And I traded this one to Howard Leese, which he used on the road for quite a time, and then he traded it back to me (for another RW SCT-last 2 pics):
Almost my dreamed spec for a SCT