Beautiful work, and very nice pictures as well!
Thank you for another stellar PS Friday, Shawn!
Thanks Shawn. These pictures are as great as always.
I notice that there aren't a lot of burgandy, maroon, Angry Larry guitars. Am I the only one who likes those colors? I understand that these pics are from just whatever happens to be going on at the time, but the reds/maroons/etc. seem to be unpopular, or scarce for some reason.
Of course, with blues and Koas like these, it's not a problem whatsoever.
'No... Look away... I'm hideous!' - Cosmo Kramer
THX SHAWN.... more then a few of mine in there..
12 string looks good ;-)
Wait, there's been a last minute addition!
Thanks again Shawn! Another GREAT PS Friday. I really dig the Eternal flame finish and the black paisley and blue head pic above is AWESOME.
I want to try a PRS amp even more now! I've yet to have a chance to play through one. Great pics as always. Thanks Shawn!
Is that dark paisley vinyl or cloth?
Every Friday I look at these pictures and remember going through the process of ordering my Private Stock at Experience and waiting six months for delivery. Then I get to go home and play that fabulous guitar and appreciate how wonderful it is. Thank you PRS.
Lastly ... I know there is the Collection Series, Limited PSs, dealer PS runs, dealer for stock PSs, etc ... But about how many Private Stocks are built a year for individual orders ... like mine. This is the way to go ... 1 of 1 baby ...
PRS Private Stock #3568
PRS Swamp Ash Special
Mesa Mark V combo
Fishman Loudbox Artist
The wood plates are thicker than the plastic plates and therefor they have to sit deeper in the guitar. This can cause a problem with clearance, so a little spot is cut into the plate so that it doesn't push on the pot (and potentially short it out) after it has been installed.
Or, what Brent said