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    When (if) I ever get to do a Private Stock it will have one of those crazy flamed maple neck blanks to go on it......
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    For me, this was an extra awesome installment. The amp dept. shots were a nice addition. (Btw, Jeff rocks )
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    Bred for its skills in magic, indeed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shawn@PRS View Post
    Bonus Round - Free Form
    Amazeballs
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    MOAR PLZ!!!
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    Great pics!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boogie View Post
    For me, this was an extra awesome installment. The amp dept. shots were a nice addition. (Btw, Jeff rocks )
    This. And yes he does!

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    Here some more pics of Marks guitar....
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    Whoa! Bird skeletons, Budda, a lantern, eyeballs, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Ed Hardy Moth-man, Taj Mahal, and teeth? Oh my!

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    Thanks for the pics Shawn. Great job as always.

    Nice Stuff!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rugerpc View Post
    Holy crap on a cracker.....
    I'm right there with you!!!!!

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    Great job with the pics Shawn! Thank you, and damn you at the same time. Hehe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shawn@PRS View Post


    I'm going to find me a beach with a nice little break and I'm going to catch wave, after wave, after wave.
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    That is a nice top. And props for the Paul Kelly quote

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    Here are some additional pics. The level of detail is amazing. Click to enlarge

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shawn@PRS View Post
    Here are some additional pics. The level of detail is amazing. Click to enlarge

    The coolest thing about it IMO is how 3D it looks! It seems the top and back are totally 3 diminsional, and I dont even have to put on those silly glasses. GREAT job!!!

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    That's great work. Who is the artist that did that?

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    I bet playing "Season of the witch" or Sabbaths "Disturbing the priest" would sound extra special on that guitar. Fast forward to the end of the song if you want to hear some of Ian Gillans most incredible screams. Sends chills right down my back.

    Last edited by Tag; 04-09-2014 at 09:11 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dancing Frog View Post
    That's great work. Who is the artist that did that?
    Joe Fenton
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tag View Post
    I bet playing "Season of the witch" or Sabbaths "Disturbing the priest" would sound extra special on that guitar. Fast forward to the end of the song if you want to hear some of Ian Gillans most incredible screams. Sends chills right down my back.

    That is a sadly overlook Sabbath album, and quite honestly, my favorite Sabbath album. So much good stuff on there, but the mix/mastering is, how you say, really not good. "Priest", "Zero The Hero", "Trashed", "Hot Line", "Keep It Warm" - yes sir!

    If you can find the "unmixed" version, it's worth digging up.
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    Good morning all! Let's check out some guitars! (click to enlarge)

    Disclaimer: This thread highlights guitars during the build process. These guitars may appear complete or near completion, but that doesnít mean they will be shipping within the next few days. The PRS Quality Control standards and procedures are long and laborious, so a guitar may sit for a while until it can go through every QC check. And donít forget, Paul plays every single PS before it leaves the factory. Sometimes Paul is on the road and is unable to play test these guitars until he returns home. Long story short, please be patient if you have a Private Stock being built, we want to make sure you are receiving the highest quality instrument possible.

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    All part of the process
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    This still breaks my heart
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    Act #2


    Damn, just damn!
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    Ready for the wet sanding
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    I finally made a base for this thing. I'm still not happy with it, but it's a start
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    Rob buffing a guitar

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