Smoking jacket and a fez.
Make Markie some slippers in that material......
Secretary of Crackwood Addiction
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Gork what your need to gork.
count me in, specially if they have nylon back. love leather, but somehow, the nylon straps are more friendly in a live situation.
I'd go for nylon!
Whilst on topic, I would love too see a paisley PRS gig bag.
I love my McCarty '58 paisley hard case to death, but mostly
go with the guitar as a carry-on for my over-seas (or asian) clinics.
I'd take a few as well!
"He's kind of like a bear at a campsite...you think he's cute and kind of want to hug him, but in the end you know he's dangerous and is going to stomp on your tent and eat all your food..." - martysnarf
Can't I get a job with you guys? Paul can't stand me, but I get along with the rest of the gang. I'll stay off-site and dream up marketing ideas.
Make the strap!! Please!!
So are they ready yet?(wishful thinking)
I had one of the PRS leather ones a few years back, and liked it a lot (too bad it's no longer offered), but am really impressed with the Incase hybrid gig bags (the ones that come with a certain competitor's John Mayer model are particularly sweet). The bags are extremely well-made, incredibly protective, and I think they'd be especially awesome if PRS were to have something built to PRS specs. I've never seen a better made bag, or a nicer one in terms of amenities.
The only functional change to the Incase that I'd want would be to replace the nylon mesh that runs along the guitar's rims on the lower bout with something that would be kinder to the finish. And of course, it needs a PRS logo! Maybe a little paisley would be ok in the trim. Not too much.
I'm in with the paisley gig bag , hell i'll take 3 of em' !
Yeah, I'll take a paisley gigbag too...
This all takes me back to 1966, gentlemen. What you need is one of these:
ouch! Les done blinded me!!!!