Loving nature’s wonders
- Oct 17, 2017
That’s how PRS stay strong in these times of austerity!
Congrats! Alas, I am still waiting. So near, and yet, so far...........Whooo-hoooo!!!!!!!!!!! I got a tracking number!!!!!!!!!!!
What's the idea for episode two of the first season?I'm looking forward to Paco blowin' some harp while you're peeling off some juicy licks on a single coil!
What's the idea for episode two of the first season?
Sergio being distraught over the fact that the Silver Sky is going to supplant his DC3 for single coil goodness.
F5 and CTRL F5... the friend of all who await a deliveryWhooo-hoooo!!!!!!!!!!! I got a tracking number!!!!!!!!!!!
F5 and CTRL F5... the friend of all who await a delivery
Bodia, I applaud your choice of tungsten. EVERY pair of shoes will work ...
I'm hoping to hear from more owners what they think of the guitar. For me, the guitar sounds fantastic, plays extremely well, but I'm curious to know if any owners notice the asymmetrical neck profile. I'm surprised none of very many reviews didn't catch this detail.
There is no "asymmetrical" neck profile on my Silver Sky.
Asymmetry is not a new thing for PRS. It is a purposeful design for specific reasons.
Not asymmetric like described in those links, asymmetric the opposite way. More meat on the treble side, and less meat on the bass side. PRS Customer Service says that this is done intentionally by Paul Smith and John Mayer. I just want to confirm if other owners have discovered this. Mine is certainly that way and takes quite a bit of getting used to.