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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by allan, Sep 5, 2017.
I'll moon you.
Yes, they do.
I have to admit the "freeform" birds were a plus when deciding on my PRS Pauls. I tried at least10 guitars in the store before I decided. And, of course, it was play-ability that was the #1 factor. Maybe weight was the #1 factor. But these two were most important. But I would be lying if I said I didn't love the looks of those birds.
Sergio, don't encourage him. Makes for an overly colorful gig at the steakhouse.
If you're playing a colorful gig at a place called The Steakhouse... you better expect to see a lil' man ass.
Hear that, 11Top? Time to spice up your show with some choreography. Maybe follow in Mr. Roth's footsteps and go with chaps and no undies?
I haven't ever cared for birds, in reality or on guitars, but PRS has started making guitars good enough I don't care what they put on the board anymore.
No problem........I make an ass of myself frequently.
I like them, too. Really cool in paua, too.
Now that's one insane - click all the boxes - PRS .......I had a similar 594 artist where when you opened the case the Paua birds twinkled more than The Hope Diamond.
He's not your cat. YOU are his staff......;-)
PRS was the first brand to have inlays that weren't round, square or other(including.Tree of Life). When the birds came out, competing brands started doing big inlays.
Cats might be cool.
Oh my lord! I nearly fell off the couch laughing. Nice one!