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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Woggers, Sep 15, 2020.
Looks good cleaned up. Curious if it was an artist guitar with Los Lobos written in the pu cavity.
Ha. Didn’t even notice that...
3-way toggle, I thought the CEs were 5 way rotary for the most part.
Also, looks like it had the Kluson-style tuners on there originally. It may well have been a custom artist guitar!
That is so frickin' cool! Nothing better than a well played and well loved vintage PRS!
Love the logo, too! I wish mine had an old school signature logo.
Yeah, man! That thing is all kinds of good!
It’s hard to tell from the photos I’ve provided, but it has definitely had Phase 1 tuners on it at some point. There are old filled screw holes in all the right places, included the shared one between the D and G. I’m guessing that’s what it shipped with initially.
The three way toggle had me a bit confused too. I just assumed it was added later, but after looking in the electronics cavity I am unsure. Maybe someone more knowledge on the topic than I would be able to tell if it’s factory or not?
That thing looks awesome, congrats man!
Great guitars...good..."Los Lobos" (Great stuff)...
bad...PU wire channel carved into neck below PU(never seen that before...???)
Yeah, I’m not too sure about that channel. The wire doesn’t even want to rest there. Can’t imagine why that was done.
They must have played around with pickups. That's so cool!
Lol, now it’s official!
There’s just so much right about that guitar.
This is looking better by the minute! Great price and a great neck!
It looks to me like it's there for the pole piece screws to have more space. Like they wanted to sink the neck pickup even deeper.
Ah ha! Good call, I think you’re on to something there.
Nice! Congrats on a classic. I want to go play my beat up black McCarty now.
The Mann never disappoints! Now to figure out how the hell these things work...