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    BTW. I would post a pic of my beautiful cu24 but Im not savy enough to know how to do it. sorry

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    Quote Originally Posted by tiboy View Post
    For me it's the last one in that does not want to leave my hands. Thr AP P22, with a pattern IRW neck and ebony board just feels so natural. Add the piezo and it's all there in one package.

    The I pick up the stripper and I'm ready to propose a lifetime monogamous commitment.

    I'm trying not to play the MEQ or CU24 so I can get my head around the idea of parting with them. Alas, I fail too often, fall in love again and return to start.
    I empathize with your MEQ and CU24 predicament. When I parted with my Stripped 58, I was truly upset and moped around for weeks. Felt like a huge mistake.

    If I'd had sackcloth and ashes, it would have been a perfect picture!

    My wife actually felt sorry for me.
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    The one that says "Bad Muthah Fuckah" on it...
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    For me, it always ends up being the one I haven't played in a while. I'll get in a rut and play the same two guitars for a month, then break up something else and wonder why I haven't been play it all along.

    Right now, it's the Mira with 57/08s, but I'm pulling the 513 out tomorrow...

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    For me it's whatever guitar I am playing. I can't seem to put the 513 down for the DGT and I can't put down the DGT for the 513. I really love them both, it's a good problem to have!
    "Just one more and then I promise, no more guitars honey!" - The phrase I say most to my wife

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    Quote Originally Posted by Danerada View Post
    My SE One....un-freaking-believable guitar.....
    I have an SE Soapbar that was my #1 guitar for a long time. Especially when my son was younger and didn't fully understand how to treat instruments with respect. The guitar plays and sounds great. Now that the boy is older, I can feel more comfortable leaving one of my Maryland built guitars on a stand without fear of harm. The SE still holds a special place in my heart though, that thing is a monster.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gush View Post
    BTW. I would post a pic of my beautiful cu24 but Im not savy enough to know how to do it. sorry
    Easy....copy a link to the photo (use photobucket for ease)....then click the little image icon...the "windowpane with the tree icon"..it's the 3rd icon from the right...in between the link icon and the video icon. These icons all show up above the writing pane, when you hit any "reply" option when posting. Once you get that "popup" after clicking on the image icon... just paste your link inside the brackets they automatically give you. Voila...it will appear.

    An easier option is that if you have an existing copy of the photo you want to post...just right click and copy it...depending on where the photo is located in your files...it should appear right away when you right click "paste" into the thread you want to reply to.
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    Dirty 100
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    Taylor GS with Englemann top, Adirondack bracing and cocobolo arm rest
    and anything with a rosewood neck
    Last edited by veinbuster; 02-10-2013 at 08:15 AM.

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    305 and my Thorns at home. I've been playing cu22's with the band.
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    McRosie with 53/10s... It is absolutely perfect...

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    My Dirty 100. I received it last weekend and then had to go out of town for work this week. I have not put it down since I got home Thursday night. Just a magical guitar. Has the 245 scale I love and just looks/feels/sounds perfect. This is now my #1 PRS (before it was my Ted DC245).

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    Since July it's been my P22

    Oh and that's a VERY long time for me. A Friend of mine joked that the GC had to lay off a guy because I quite buying gear after getting that guitar!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rango View Post
    Since July it's been my P22

    Oh and that's a VERY long time for me. A Friend of mine joked that the GC had to lay off a guy because I quite buying gear after getting that guitar!
    Haha! I wonder if PRS has special health and life insurance on Markie, 11Top, and MA Pete!

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    Collection V for me, it's just an incredibly musical instrument.

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    My new Starla LTD, one of the best guitars I think I've ever owned.


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    Quote Originally Posted by veinbuster View Post
    Dirty 100
    Laskin (classical)
    Taylor GS with Englemann top, Adirondack bracing and cocobolo arm rest
    and anything with a rosewood neck
    Quote Originally Posted by TJIann View Post
    My Dirty 100. I received it last weekend and then had to go out of town for work this week. I have not put it down since I got home Thursday night. Just a magical guitar. Has the 245 scale I love and just looks/feels/sounds perfect. This is now my #1 PRS (before it was my Ted DC245).
    I generally don't bond well with satin finishes and I am a bit concerned about 245 scale but I've had Dirty 100 GAS for some time. I should take the plunge.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SixStringZombie View Post
    My new Starla LTD, one of the best guitars I think I've ever owned.

    That's a great color for a Starla!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jfb View Post
    I generally don't bond well with satin finishes and I am a bit concerned about 245 scale but I've had Dirty 100 GAS for some time. I should take the plunge.
    They are great guitars - in fact the sound got me off my fixations with braz necks.

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    My Strat and my Bernie!

    They where both great to strat with but i've had more than long enough (Particularly with the Strat) to tinker and mod, dial in the perfect setup and get used to any quibbles to make them work perfectly for me. There's nothing I'm fighting or unhappy with on those two guitars. I just pick them up, plug in and away I go!
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    Quote Originally Posted by LSchefman View Post
    Haha! I wonder if PRS has special health and life insurance on Markie, 11Top, and MA Pete!
    My gear budget is peanuts compaired to that bunch! They could effect employment in U.S. and Canada!
    They sure spec' out some beauties!

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