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Discussion in 'Electric Instruments' started by ]-[@n$0Ma☩!©, Sep 7, 2015.
DISREGARD: Found one.
I remember the GC by me here in Cincy had one forever and I thought about buying it a couple of times, but it's been gone now for about a year I guess.
Good luck - hope ya find one.
I vote getting a used Swampy and having PTC make a desert foil raven swamp - floyd and all
Good luck in your search, fantastic looking piece (googled it) but................
.......how could I not have known of or seen multi foil PRS!!! OMG the other colors look incredible too!!! I thought my frost blue 408 was cool looking but the multi foil thing is off the charts, how could I have been so unaware:dontknow:, I'm so ashamed :adore:
*and I agree with themike, if you can't find one in that color, have it done by PTC or a competent pro finish shop.
That one resides in my multi-guitar rack. I was in Cincinnatti for 10 weeks training to open our Potbelly Sandwich Shop here in Knoxville. I kept threatening Ron that I was going to come out to his GC to find something to use PA-wise for our acoustic musicians here in the shop. As soon as I walked in the gold was just jumping off the wall at me compared to the other guitars. I tried to ignore it, said I didn't want to play it, etc. Of course I was weak. Asked Ron if I could look at it closer. Then before I knew it I was plugged in inside the Platinum Room. DAMNIT! Of course it had to sound and play great, even though it needed a truss rod adjustment. It is a great guitar, but of course you folks familiar with this model know that. It's just a massive bonus that it looks so cool under stage lights-I'm talking like it's on fire!
I'm a bit embarrassed to say I got a bit obsessed with them sometime last year, I put together an album of pics of nearly all of them :0
I'm short of 1 Aqua and 3 Happys
By jove they have my Swamp Thang's twin!
Those are pretty cool
Do either of these photos complete your set?
Damn those are cool!
Thanks Hans got them, they are Franken 2 and Happy 1. I think that's what appealed to me, like a quilt or flame top, each one is unique and if you look at them closely you can find identifying traits.