"About a Girl" - Nirvana
Type: Posts; User: Daniel
"About a Girl" - Nirvana
The Crate "V" series from a few years back had tilt-back legs on the cabs and inserts in the top of the cabs where the head bolted in place via small removable brackets. It was a pretty tidy setup....
I've had one on the local craigslist for weeks with no serious offers. EBay/PayPal fees make selling one there almost impossible. To end up with a decent price, you have to jack your asking price...
I had no idea a Wonder Bra could add so much to your tone. It'd be great to hear them without the distraction.
If it's one of the McCarty's with "Brazilian" on the headstock veneer, I believe it is an IRW neck with a BRW fretboard. As for the "94th McCarty", how could you know it's the 94th McCarty made?
"Mack the Knife" - Bobby Darin
"Gypsies in the Palace" - Jimmy Buffett
Did the sale end or did they get slapped for breaking the rules?
I have one and it's a great guitar. Very versatile. I haven't played a normal production P22 so I can't help with a comparison.
"Only Daddy That'll Walk The Line" - Waylon Jennings
I couldn't decide if this should go in this category or under Acoustic Guitars. Maybe both?
"My Ding-a-Ling" - Chuck Berry
I'm a bit confused. If these are your first two guitars, how did you develop a playing style that doesn't work on them?
I'm not a gigging musician but I've been using these guys for several years. http://accessbagsandcases.com/index.html My daughter has been toting her Mira around for six years in a Stage One bag...
Yep. It will start with a letter, which indicates the year, then the numbers.
That's quite a special guitar there Hans-O!
If it was advertised as coming with a hard case at that price, then I'm with you. If it was advertised as coming with a gig bag at that price, then no. I guess it could always be a $1500 guitar and...
Can I vote for original and Ltd?
I hope they aren't called Violin Guitars but the example shown by the OP in this thread says "Violin Prototype" on the back of the headstock and has a 2014 date.
Not sure why they'd call these Violin Guitars. (I know you know this but) The real Private Stock Violin Guitars had European Maple tops from the same forrest as the trees some dead guy used to make...
IIRC, a properly set-up PRS trem is only designed for 1/2 step "up" pitch, unless the guitar has the "trem-up" route?
It's a new one.
Interesting change. For years the FAQ stated the "no more than 10% dead spots" explanation and I heard PRSH and other PRS employees give the same explanantion in response to questions at the first...