View Poll Results: What PRS Forum merch would you like to see? (multiples allowed - votes are private)

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  • T-shirt

    53 67.95%
  • Hat

    19 24.36%
  • Hoodie

    25 32.05%
  • Jacket

    17 21.79%
  • Gig bag

    26 33.33%
  • Duffel bag

    15 19.23%
  • Strap

    38 48.72%
  • Picks

    23 29.49%
  • Truss Rod Cover

    57 73.08%
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Thread: PRS Forum Merch

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    Quote Originally Posted by ]-[ @ n $ 0 |v| a T ! View Post
    Love those!
    Its because of you that I know about them and have one! <3
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    Quote Originally Posted by themike View Post
    Like the ones they made from old anniversary fretboards?


    Yes...those would be great...I'd buy 2 dozen, if that would get the initial order going. And they should be offered in Private Stock stains! When shall I send in my order?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ]-[ @ n $ 0 |v| a T ! View Post
    Letterman Jacket - the letters "PRS" on the front and member name across the shoulders.

    Real leather sleeve's (in black) with the front and back sporting this design:

    I like that idea.

    Or a PS Eagle. But without the member name on the shoulders.

    Traditionally, a letter jacket has a logo over the heart, the team name on the back, sometimes with logo, and the player's name on the right chest.

    But other than the Maryland or PRS logo, I'd keep it as plain as possible.

    Personally, I think I'd feel a little weird wearing a letter jacket with a big splashy name on the back, plus a logo, etc., as an adult. OK, more than a little weird. A lot weird.

    I like the Maryland flag or PRS eagle idea, it could say PRS somewhere, and leave the rest up to the individual.

    There are lots of places that deal in letter jackets that could customize what's on the jacket for individuals, including sew-on letters, custom stitching, etc., and people could arrange for that themselves, according to their tastes.

    At some point in the past, PRS had an all-leather jacket with the original Customs sewn on the back, and something on the front, but I don't remember the details. It looked pretty cool!

    You know, I thought of another idea besides the gig bag, and it could employ the same flag logo, and be useful:

    Lots of members have Artist and PS cases, or Paisley cases, standard hard cases, etc., and prefer to use them instead of gig bags. But walk in and out of a gig or session in really bad weather with a case, and the guitar can wake up wet, the case can get pretty nasty fast, etc., and let's face it, these are expensive cases to replace.

    What about an insulated case cover sporting the PRS or Maryland logo? It protects the guitar from the weather, and the insulation buffers temperature changes when taking the guitar into and out of cold or hot weather. Why not? It'd be especially useful if your guitar is nitro, which does tend to crack with sudden temperature changes.

    Could probably even be obtained for the acoustics!
    Last edited by LSchefman; 01-29-2013 at 11:01 AM.

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    I love the letterman jacket idea. But I like the eagle on the back more than the Maryland flag.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Solocaller View Post
    I love the letterman jacket idea. But I like the eagle on the back more than the Maryland flag.
    What if you had the Maryland flag on the front, and the eagle on the back?

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    Quote Originally Posted by LSchefman View Post
    What if you had the Maryland flag on the front, and the eagle on the back?
    I priced one of these out, in 100% leather with leather collar and zipper (instead op snap-buttons). Even without the Maryland flag on the front (just used the color scheme) was pricey.

    We'd have to do them in a larger quantity to make them affordable.
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    Quote Originally Posted by themike View Post
    Like the ones they made from old anniversary fretboards?


    I would be in for a handful of these......
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    I would love a handful of these as well!! Also a hoody a shirt...paisley strap!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by LSchefman View Post
    What if you had the Maryland flag on the front, and the eagle on the back?
    I would be down for that

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    Quote Originally Posted by themike View Post
    Like the ones they made from old anniversary fretboards?

    I would probably pay way too much for one of these.

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    Quote Originally Posted by strat63 View Post
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    I would probably pay way too much for one of these.

    I think, between Wedge and myself...we already have a few dozen accounted for!

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    I've been thinking about this and the Forum guitar and I don't think we'll settle on a specific model.

    Now, having some sort of forum symbol on the truss rod cover (winning the poll right now) would make any of your guitars a Forum guitar, right?

    I've been doodling around for a while and came up with a concept of using the "fg" abbreviation to form a hollowbody f-hole. It's still in the sketch phase, but if you guys liked the idea, I could perfect the design and Shawn could hopefully make it happen...

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    Interesting idea...your sketch not only uses the initials to resemble the "f" hole...but it is vaguely reminiscent of a "G Clef" in musical staffs. That being said....my uncorrected vision is -750, so take it from who it comes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by docbennett View Post
    Interesting idea...your sketch not only uses the initials to resemble the "f" hole...but it is vaguely reminiscent of a "G Clef" in musical staffs. That being said....my uncorrected vision is -750, so take it from who it comes.
    I was originally thinking of shaping the letter g like the upside down g clef, but it was all too much. It is suggested not to put too many ideas into logo design, one is said to be enough...
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    The PAISLEY strap would be the only strap I'd be interested in

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    Anything! Just make something so we can stop debating.
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