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Discussion in 'Electric Instruments' started by Baimun, May 7, 2012.
Haven’t seen this one too often.
I like moons
You can thank Markie for the idea. He was the first one to use the West St Dragon on a PS.
I'm kinda fond of these...
That's freaking awesome!
I know this is the “inlay” thread, but I’d love to see some more of that quilt.
I’d really love a less ornate version of the Rosewood Ltd. flowers. Kinda along the lines of those 70’s(?) Gibson Artisan LP’s with the banjo inlays.
I think it’d be a nice change of pace, and if they were positioned in a “regular” inlay formation, still visually useful for knowing where you’re at on the fretboard.
I wonder how much of a CNC upcharge it is to just “erase” stuff?
As I recall it's little or no charge. I had the 20th anniversary pattern altered by having it begin on the 7th fret:
Sure, and this photo of the top still shows some inlay so it isn’t even cheating.
Thanks very much, you’ve put a big grin on my face.
That's a dang gulf coast ocean water guitar there, babyyyyyyyyyy!
I know PRS just did a few block inlays with birds cut out. As seen above.
Instead of blocks, I was thinking of a MoP trapezoid with small (silver sky small) paua birds inlaid inside the trapezoids. Not sure PRS is ready for trapezoids but there’s not much harm in asking.
One of my all time favs! I’ve seen a lot of variation in Bahama Blue, but this is the standard by which all others are judged.
Here we go - thought there had been something on inlay materials recently. I think its more a case of what hasn't been used.
My contribution, custom 3rd fret "original J bird" paua center and sparkle paua outline
Celtic knot fest and other Paul-centric stuff..
Pink heart abalone birds and signature on a Brazilian rosewood board and headstock veneer. "Brazilian" in green ripple abalone. (2004 CU22 limited run Brazilian)
Moons from a couple of guitars I've owned. The early moons were a mix of abalone and mother of pearl (I think the MOP is the pale crescent, the abalone the iridescent top).
1985 Guitar / pre-Standard
One of my all time favorites, the Experience 2013 PS Custom 22. Elegance personified.