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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by PRSfanboy46, Sep 21, 2020.
Completely agree. Some of the WL runs are getting ridiculously creative, and I LOVE it!
The dimensions of the new SE Hollowbody Standard done in all solid carved ribbon Honduras Mahogany with a curly mahogany neck that's just a wee bit fatter with a bit more shoulder than the standard W/F, with a Brazzy 'board, Mammoth Ivory birds AND buttons AND switch tip, and Brazilian pickup rings...and gold hardware.
Hey, it's my fantasy, so I can have whatever I want.
Probably the last one I’d part with.
Do you own one!?!?
Well, my preferences aren't funny, so probably just a straight SC594 with Santana Headstock, curly mahogany back and neck, BRW fretboard and a nice wavy maple top. Not quite sure about the inlays or finish, but probably a classic burst would be nice.
I've seen some stuff built by the Private Stock team that is very close to that, but if I'm buying at PS prices, I would want my own build specs
That one is his. The real question is if that’s the only one he owns!
I got to hang out with a few of them for awhile..........
It’s his only SC Dragon.
What's the weight on that one Steve?
This surprised me a bit. Not because it isn’t a great guitar. I just thought you might favour a SC trem in the end.
Truly, I can’t wrap my mind around a last guitar. Maybe a last few: my classical, the Art Deco steel string, a hollow body (Blondie) and a solid body. The solid body would be a toss up - might make for an interesting thread.
Ya, I could be happy with that, especially if I also get to keep it’s dark side sister
I have two dragons left. The SC in the pic and this one:
For years I thought I had to have a trem, and then a while back I consider how little I actually used it. That coupled with other advantages persuaded me to prefer stop tails. But SCs still float my boat.
I have the ones with BRW necks and dragon bodies.
Sold the others.
I wouldn't mind a Mccarty 594 wood-library one-piece top. Orange tiger or yellow tiger.