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Discussion in 'Electric Instruments' started by PeterK, Feb 9, 2018.
Totally. A Wangcaster that sounded like angels would still be a Wangcaster.
John apparently deleted this photo from his Instagram?
I dont think so. It was on his "story" which is automatically deleted after 24 hours. I saw it yesterday and this morning. It was up for a really long time, id imagine the full 24 hours
Apparently Paul was asked about this at NAMM. He clammed up, but they persisted and asked “this year?” And he said “no way”. So I take that to mean NAMM 2019. Got plenty of time to speculate......
I'm conflicted about this.
I love PRS guitars, and the specs for many models (neck carves, radius, scale, fret size, etc) usually fit me very well. Pickups and tuners can always be changed if needed to tweak a PRS even more to your tastes or needs.
However, a Strat is a different animal. They are quirky guitars. I'm 56 years old and have played a lot of Fenders in my life. I know what I want in an ultimate Strat, and Fender does not make it. There were always things I wanted and needed to make it a better guitar for me. And what John Mayer wants in a Strat isn't what I want either, in that I've played his older F sig models. Close, but not there.
I'm sure PRS is very capable of making John's ultimate S type, and that's great. A lot of people will dig it and buy it. But PRS will also be in competition with Suhr and others that will make a high quality S guitar to your specs. 7.5 to 9.5 compound radius on a fat V neck with jumbo SS frets, your choice of woods? No problem.
PRS is not typically a derivative guitar builder. A limited run here would make more sense to me, and not cloud the PRS brand image.
Shuffleboard tournament at the nursing home.
Shopping for the exact headscarf John wears?
Getting unsolicited suggestions for spelling corrections in front of City Hall by marching with a sign that says "Free The Mayer".
What they did was actually take the DC3/BM/NF3 body directly and change the pickguard
Personally, i dig the pickguard on this more
Reverb sent out an interesting article on this guitar today. Very interesting comments have been posted in response to the article...
Reminded me that PRS guitars arent exactly everyones 'cup o tea'
Can anybody see that it looks closer to the DC3 body shape than a F strat? I'm trying to determine whether it really looks smaller than a F strat or not. If it were smaller, I'd definitely be into that.
For some reason, I always thought a NF3 was a wider/flatter body than the DC3.
I think it needs to be a HSS format for me to bite...
If people want chocolate make chocolate if people want vanilla make vanilla. I would certainly give it a go!!
Anything that helps the brand is good for all of us PRS lovers.
NF3 and DC3 are same body shape. Yes, I think this looks very similar if not identical in shape, just with more traditional style parts added on.
<Casi1 goes offline to devise plan and timeline for acquisition evolution activity....>
Taking on board some electrolyte fuelled beverages, ready for the next @ScottR tirade!
Thats post 1499 and @sergiodeblanc im outta here!
“Haggis drop” and good night!
Scott feel free to PM to catch up
I got that notice from Reverb but didnt't at any comments. Now you've got me interested and heading back to see.
Ship me your DC3 and I'll take some side-by-side pics for you.
Someone on FB claimed to have played the proto and said the pickups were fantastic. No detail, just that they were winners.
My sentiments exactly