I've got GAS.
Type: Posts; User: HANGAR18
I've got GAS.
Hand made Heritage Guitars, made in the original Gibson factory building in Kalamazoo Michigan whenever I want to play a brand new vintage guitar. But I have more PRS guitars in my collection.
I believe that in one of those many videos on youtube that PRSh rattled off a bunch of things which affected the tone of an instrument and I believe that the finish was one of those things mentioned....
PRS... Guitars made on a really neat little island in the middle of the Chesapeake Bay.
I thought about buying a used SE model and then installing some top of the line PRS pickups into it, but then I realized that the pickups would cost as much as the guitar and that realization did...
A recent back injury has me looking at light weight guitars and I'm giving the Santana signature model a second look. The PRS web site doesn't tell me alot about the guitar so I'm interested in...
This one time long ago I was thinking about placing a special order and talking to my regular sales guy at the Gibson/Fender Outlet Store (which is what I call them now... everyone else calls them...
WINNER! Swamp Ash Studio!
Get something with Narrowfield pickups in it! :)
Just in time for the military to begin phasing out that style of digital camo. :eek:
The finish can fade under the right circumstances.
I love this testimony! That sums it all up right there!
Welcome to the PRS club!!
\m/ METAL \m/
There is a NOS one like that in red sparkle in my area for sale.
When did they sneak that little guy out? That is awesome!
Ah yes, fond memories of Billy Squire and the early 80's.
So, yesterday I had a cookout and one of the guys I invited over brought his trusty Stratocaster (G&L Legacy to be specific) and we got to talking about PRS guitars among other things. From him I got...
hahahahaha!! I loved that!!
If you are going to own a McCarty, you may we as do it right. :top:
The first is a 25th Anniversary 10 Top
This next one is a McRosie BLE...
Thank you for bringing up this subject Tag. I'm going to follow this subject with keen interest as I am approaching the 50 mark and it seems that I am starting to experience a few symptoms that are...
What's not to like?
I believe the neck carve is a Pattern Regular because its fatter than the Pattern Thin that I have on my CU24.
Yes, I know they...