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Discussion in 'Electric Instruments' started by [email protected], Mar 5, 2018.
I'm glad to hear you're enjoying your new guitar. Thanks for the review
Oh, and one question, on mine ser n 248433 assembled on January 29,2018, it says assembled by jk and final check by JM...is it possible that.....?Mine is a first edition black one......
I don't know if it's the very first one, but it's certainly an early one.
you are so right.....
I meant does JM stand for the endorsee?
Just kiddin‘....but the guitar was really amazingly set up right out of the case..
1. 2-3 pieces. Joined side by side in the normal way.
2. The DC3 and 305 were both alder, so it hasn't been terribly long.
3. Private Stock.
First of all @azzkkr welcome.
Unwritten forum rule no.1 -
Photos, or it’s a Hello Kitty!
(I didn’t make the rule, it’s been here since the beginning of time)
Unwritten forum rule no.2 -
As you’re a working musician, I’m hoping that you can upload a clip of you playing?
Enjoy your new guitar!
I think John Mayer has his hands full, so unfortunately he isn't working in our Final Assembly room.
I've seen the PRS specifications somewhere before and it says 2 or 3 piece Alder body. My Silver Sky is a 3 piece body, you can clearly see the seams under the finish.
I totally agree with you. My experience with the S.S. compared to the 56, 58, and early 64 echoes yours.
Anyone else's saddles getting some kind of oxidation? I'm hoping it's not rust
You’ve been playing this haven’t you?! Don’t you know they are supposed to be locked in a cabinet!
I haven't seen that issue.
Me either. Lots of wipe down, though.
Here's a shot I just took of my Silver Sky bridge after two practices without getting wiped down before going back in the case.
Needs a clean up, but should come out OK.
Ah, I shall give them a good cleaning
Most companies charge extra for that.
The saddles look to be unplated. If that's the case, they aren't going to stay pretty.
Why does everyone think dentists can buy whatever we want??!?!!?
There's absolutely no tooth to the rumour!
Cutting right to the root of the matter.