Put something together................................ I am ready to commit :five:
27 frets? Five more I'll never use!:vroam:
The headstock signature poll thread got me thinking. What if all the employees signed the body before clear coat?
Still think you need one that isn't at the $4k price point. take off the piezo, swap in a hog or maple neck, and take off the bling and it should hit the $2.2k mark. The Forum Lite version - tonally great and less filling to the credit card.
Options will come with quantity.
It would be easier to discuss "what's possible" if we had a solid head-count.
A "solid" head-count would be easier to get if we had prices.
We can't talk prices until Shawn and I speak to Jack about really doing this. He'll want some idea of quantity. Which means we need a head-count.
We'll tell him we can't get a head-count without some idea of options and pricing.
And 'round it goes.
Bottom line: Let's keep pushing for a SINGLE set of specifications. If we have enough interest (pending details on pricing) then we can do a quick look of how many more people would buy in if we add specific options like bridge type, piezo, neck carve, and pickups. We've made a huge leap forward in recent days. Stay the course.
Right now we're working from this baseline:
Bridge: Piezo Trem (potential option)
Neck Carve: Santana (potential option)
Pickups: Narrow 408 (like on Brent Mason & Paul's guitar)
Fretboard: Brazilian Rosewood
Headstock Image: Hand-signed by Paul
Finish: Ultra-thin Nitro
Case: Black Paisley
Dealer: Your choice
Suggestions for options: Neck carve & bridge (piezo or non-piezo)
People should keep in mind, the DC22 will balance (around your neck) better with a tremolo.
I'm just catching up after being sick.
I have a question for Shawn:
Can PRS export BRW?
I thought that the answer to that question was "NO" but we should get it clarified.
This is an international forum with international members - it is conceivable that one or more international members might want a 'forum guitar' as much as the stateside members do. I have brought this up several times in these discussions, but it seems to keep getting ignored.