Post 7Hmmm....maybe I'm thinking of something else. I thought there was either a PM, or post about one of those, and a link to the Reverb (?) listing.
Yup, that was it. Coulda, shouldaPost 7
People occasionally ask me for input on their next guitar or amp purchase. While I always enjoy helping folks find the right gear for the job, it's way more fun to help them find the coolest stuff that's way beyond anything they actually need (but will probably increase in value over the...forums.prsguitars.com
I have backups for anything I gig. I always have two of whatever my main guitar is onstage. Most of the time they are the same make and model, but occasionally they are just similar enough to swap out. Usually they’re not the same color finish. This covers malfunctions, string breakage, and just a swap of look for the audience. I have two 513s, two HB Spruces, did have two 594 SCs, and am looking for a reasonably priced NF3 (or one I can trade for). “Two is one, one is none” is a good rule of thumb. As I’ve often said, we’re paid to make music, not excuses.
Guitars that don’t see the stage other than rare appearances are singles. The double thing only goes for “working” guitars. I’m definitely not rich.
The truth: I'm like a dumb f#@king racoon who can't resist shiny stuff; even if it costs me my life.
Yeah they usually don’t get it. The GG asked me this same question once…I started explaining the different specs on each one and how they affected the tone so they’re all different. Her response was, “they all sound the same to me”…Then the demo started, she got to the second one and gave up said okay whatever. Then she actually bought my last one for me.my wife already thinks I'm off my rocker for having as many as I do and even WANTING more