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Discussion in 'Electric Instruments' started by Shuff, Jan 18, 2020.
I cant find one anywhere. All are pre sold! I REALLY want one!
Some guy in TGP has his preorder listed for a meager... $3750.
Gouge city @ 4500...
I'll take TWO
Last night was the first I’d heard of the Nebula model. I spent an hour searching the net to find one. I missed out.
I could have had that flip flop colored guitar in a trade with him but I chose money and a Epiphone Casino instead, oooommmmggggg I am dumb. I needed the money more. I traded him money plus a Casino for a Bonnie pink SC when I could have had the Casino and the flip flop for the SC.
I was surprised he was willing to let it go because that is one of his favorites. But, he has GAS like most of us.
Back in the 90's I painted a strat type guitar with flip flop paint from an auto parts store. It turned out ok for something painted in a garage.
No where as good as this Nebula force of being.
This looks like the rose one. Look at the player wear on the arm contour.
Thats maybe “flip-flop” Pink/Gold.
No, it is reflection from the light above.
So how do you get notice of these special runs? I only heard about it when I saw Paul’s video from the day prior to NAMM
You don’t. You just have to have your money ready and contact a dealer right away and hope they don’t have a deal with a customer already.
Go to NAMM.
Second-best thing is to be on PRS' email list. I got their "new releases for NAMM" spam in the middle of the day at work and saw the Nebula announcement in the message. The thought that ripped through my brain was "I didn't know I'd want that, but I want that!" I dithered for about 24 hours and watched this forum like a hawk. I pounced on a dealer who said here that he had one left, and preordered. Now I wait.
And there is the cold light of logic and reason!
Well it’s a kind of purpley-pink light, so it’s quite a warm light actually.
So we’re saying a Golden Mesa, bathed in coloured light?
Hopes and dreams are dashed
Stage lighting can be very effective at altering the apparent color of stuff, especially when seen through the "filter" of a processed photo. In that particular photo, it could be a midnight rose SS he is playing, with his arm causing a reflection or shadow so that part of the stage lighting makes certain parts of the guitar look golden. Or it could be a golden SS, with purplish stage lighting, and the true golden color is seen only where the purple lighting is shadowed.
Color balance can really mess with your mind. Just because JM's skin looks normal doesn't mean it should, it that particular lighting. The white pick guard is a reference, but not an absolute one.
xref Blue-Black White-Gold dress.
That one messed with my head soooo bad. I first looked at it and thought "of course it's white-gold! Any idiot can see that plain as day!" Then once, just once I caught it out of the corner of my eye being unequivocally blue-black...
Sad but true.
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