That is too cool. Off to look for a One...
Wow looks great! Kudos to the PTC group for another stellar project.
Dude, that fuggin' ROCKS!! That is SO bada$$ with the natural korina neck, black and gold hardware. C-l-a-s-s-y. The Starla pup is a must...and a great idea. This beast needs to be at the spring sabbatical in BF Egypt. Hear that, Dane?? (soon to be a mini SE One-fest)
Hats off to Shawn and the PTC for another impressive project. If this thread doesn't start a wildfire of GAS, I don't know what will.
So how well does it do "Le Freak"?
Dude that looks smokin!!!! Congrats!!!!!!! Great job guys!
WOW................... I CANT THINK OF THE WORDS TO DESCRIBE HOW AMAZING IT CAME OUT!
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It turned out awesome Hans, congratulations!
that is REALLY cool ! love the lipstick tube , curious how it'll sound with the starla pickup. the PTC did a marvellous job , as always
Aaaaaaaaannnnnd... the final tweak is in! Starla pup in the bridge position!!!
This guitar is just amazing. I'll post a better photo tonight. Tone clips forthcoming.
The boys at PRS just knocked this one out of the park.
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That looks like a lot of fun.
I sold my tele last week and I guess I never realized how much I really used its neck pup for recording, I may have to jock your style and find a DC SE to "Fender up" my sound.
Hans that looks killer!!!!! I LOVE that you put a Starla in the bridge! Whew....niiiiice
He had a voice that could make a wolverine purr and suits so fine they made Sinatra look like a hobo.
I may only have acquired my first PRS last week, but I have owned a black Les Paul Custom with gold hardware for years - since my grandfather gave me his when I was still in high school - and I am feeling that guitar. Congratulations on a successful project and a beautiful axe!
Yeah...that looks really sweet with the Starla in there!